Thursday, 14 December 2017
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    Bryan Iguchi joins the newest member of the Arbor Snowboards' Pro Team, Erik Leon, in the opening segment of Cosa Nostra. Both born and raised in Southern California, Bryan and Erik represent two generations of riders with a common background.

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  • Arctic Lights

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    Professional snowboarder Antti Autti is dependent on snowboarding. For Antti, it is a passion, but for his closest ones, it is an obsession. He has been chasing snow and mountains at the expense of everything else. But when does an absolute dedication, for one thing, start to take a toll on other important things in life?

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    Average: 5 (1 vote)
  • In Some Far Island - Salty Drop

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    In some far Island.

    Riders
    Kostas Kostopoulos
    theTallGuy
    Pantelis Papagiano
    Bjorno theLegend

    Film | Edit
    Yannis Kritikos

    Feel The Surfness
    saltydrop.com

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    Average: 5 (1 vote)
  • Pedro’s Bay

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    What is the legend of the enchanted Pedro's Bay?

    A secret whispered from one to the next. Somewhere on an island far, far away is a parallel life on a forgotten beach—with emerald waves and mushroom forests. Where toucans talk and trees grow full of fruit. Where wine trickles off rocks and mermaid lagoons meet black jungles.
    The sun shines here everyday.

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    Average: 5 (1 vote)
  • Refined Vandalism

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    "Refined Vandalism" / Εξευγενισμένος Βανδαλισμός" 2017.

    Featuring Notis Aggelis, Filippos Fotiadis, Thomas Kolousis, George Patias, Robi Ehiwe, Dimitris Kamperis, Jonas Strecke, Nils Leibeling, Giorgio Zavos, Mehmet Demir, Antonis Lorentzos, Giannis Fessas.

    Filmed and edited : George Patias

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    Average: 5 (1 vote)
  • Sliding Into The Light

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    “Sliding into the Light,” a new short film featuring Crystal Thornburg-Homcy, is a meditation on loss, renewal, and our connection to the sea. From childhood to motherhood, the film explores the challenges of femininity and the strength and support that the ocean provides.

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    Average: 5 (1 vote)
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