January 28th, 2016
Posts Tagged ‘art of flight’
The Newport Beach Film Festival Action Sports Film Series showcases international films about athletes, filmmakers and pioneers of the action sports culture. It’s the largest action sports cinema event in the nation, taking place during from April 26 – May 3, 2012 in Orange County, CA, at locations like the Lido theater where legendary surf movies premiered over the years.
If you are in Southern California during the festival, treat yourself to discover the host of groundbreaking visions of the sports we love. Check out the schedule to make it to some fun after parties where you can mingle with the stars like Travis Rice from The Art of Flight and Quiksilver Waterman Jamie Mitchell.
Watch trailers and learn about must-see films of the 2012 NBFF Action Sports Film Series
Day At The Pool
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A Day at the Pool is a documentary-style film that attempts to uncover the true origins of (more…)
Travis Rice, backcountry powderhound and winner of just about every prestigious boarding accolade including 2 XGames gold medals, is now part of the Contour Team!
After searching for the best, most low profile point-of-view camera, Rice chose to represent Contour, “Out of pure necessity.” He added, “Seeking out the best image in the category and a sleek profile just makes more sense. With a new arsenal of attachments, getting one-of-a-kind footage is only limited by your creativity. I am proud to be a part of the future of Contour!”
HERE TRAVIS RICE STARS IN, “ONE OF THE BEST SNOWBOARD MOVIES EVER MADE”
– The Art of Flight
As the most slender camera on the market, the Contour cams are perfect for snowboarding and skiing among other action sports. The Water resistant design lets you ditch the need for a housing and helps reduce extra bulk when riding. This makes the camera more aerodynamic that when mounted to your helmet and ensures truly one of a kind POV footage.
The GPS camera also adds a new layer to your filming experience by tracking location, altitude, and speed. This feature is especially awesome for charting your performance down the side of a mountain.
We’re all excited to see what type of amazing footage Travis Rice will capture and will keep you posted on the new and noteworthy clips as they arrive. For those of you wanting to see some of Rice’s downhill mastery, make sure to check out the Art of Flight (preview above).
Available on DVD:THE ART OF FLIGHT FEATURING TRAVIS RICE