Friday, August 1, 2014

Schweitzer makes the big screen in Level 1 Productions' new ski film

Posted By on Fri, Aug 1, 2014 at 11:14 AM

Just last week, Level 1 Productions dropped the highly-anticipated official trailer for their 2014 ski motion picture, Less. Albeit goofy, this teaser is packed with urban features and playful skiing under the cinematic direction of Josh Berman, and it has gotten the online ski community quite enthused. At 1:13, viewers catch a shot of our own Northern Idaho slopes.

Schweitzer was one of the primary filming locations this season for Level 1, a production company consistently giving name to new talent from extraordinary up-and-coming athletes. This is the company's 15th film release, and the full feature will debut in September. 

less official trailer from Level 1 on Vimeo.

In July, several ski flick teasers dropped, spurring the season of eager anticipation for the first snow.  

Teton Gravity Research (TGR) dropped the Almost Ablaze trailer just days before Level 1, and demonstrated their excellence and excitement for the backcountry playground.

You can get your Richard Permin, Bobby Brown fix through MSP Film's Days of My Youth.

Amped on wild animals, steep lines, and all things gnarly? Stellar Media's Migrations is National Geographic meets freeskiing.

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