The Snowboarder Movie: Everybody, Everybody – Ted Borland

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The Snowboarder Movie: Everybody, Everybody

Ted Borland

Genre: Sports

Price: $ 9.99

Release Date: October 8, 2019


With every stair set and step-down, kink and cornice, cheese wedge and cheese grater, runway and ride-out, Everybody, Everybody invites viewers into SNOWBOARDER’s sixth season-long cinematic session as twelve riders, an eclectic cross section of snowboarding’s hell-bent vanguard, partake in the quixotic quest for the perfect video part. Fueled by youth, angst and unlimited data plans, the Everybody, Everybody roster spent last winter sending it across the Northern Hemisphere shepherded by director/editor Ted Borland. Alongside the rest of the film support staff, Ryan Finder, Derek Weimer, and Anton Kiiski, Ted and company were able to capture every make, battle, NBD and b-roll moment in hi-res.

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