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It’s Payback Time from Nexus on Vimeo.

Their world is in the grip of a lethal outbreak. A mysterious blue substance is leading to catastrophic destruction. Who is behind it all?

Credits:
Client: Channel 4 Television / CRUK
Product: Stand Up to Cancer
Title: ‘Payback Time’
Length: 120”, 90”cd, 60”cd, 40”cd, 20”cd
Agency: 4Creative
Creative Directors: Chris Bovill / John Allison
Creative: Pablo Gonzalez de la Pena
Agency Producer: Shananne Lane
Group Business Director: Olivia Browne
Business Director: Kuba Wieczorek
Group Marketing Manager: Charlie Palmer
Marketing Manager: Daisy Mount
Production Company: Nexus
Director: Smith & Foulkes
ECD: Chris O’Reilly
Producer: Tracey Cooper
Production Manager: Fernanda Garcia Lopez
Technical Director: Dave Walker
Art Director: Daniel Burgess
Design: Renaud Futterer
Character Modeler: Sohrab Esfehani
Character Modeler: Denis Bodart
Modeler: Margherita Balestri
Animator: Dominic Griffths
Animator: Sergei Shabarov
Rigger & Animator: Paul Tempelman
Animator: Benoit Lecailtel
Matte Painter: Adam Willis
Matte Painter: Yohann Auroux
Texture Artist: Camille Fourniols
Texture Artist: Alex Veux
Texture Artist: Roxane Martinez
L&R: Michal Firkowski
L&R: Denis Bodart
L&R: Francois Mancone
L&R: Camille Fourniols
L&R: Jeremi Boutelet
Compositor: Elliott Kajdan
Compositor: Rob Ward
VFX: Claire Pegorier
VFX: Thanos Topouzis
Editor: Paul Hardcastle @ TRIM
Grade: Mike Skrgatic @ Time Based Arts
Sound Design & Mix: Anthony Moore, Dan Beckwith & Tom Joyce @ Factory
Sound Producer: Lou Allen @ Factory
Music Production: Company: SIREN
Music Producer: Sean Atherton & Sian Rogers
Music Composed by: Alex Baranowski
Music Production Company: SIREN
Music Producer: Sean Atherton & Sian Rogers
Music Composed by: Alex Baranowski
Live Action Production Company: 4Creative
Live Action Director: Keith McCarthy
Live action Producer: Shananne Lane
Director of Photography: Christopher Sabogal
Live Action VFX: MPC
Live Action Grading: George K @ MPC

Casey Wrightsman GoPro Footage Remix from casey wrightsman on Vimeo.

some weird shit going on in this little edit. Its all my go pro footage from a few edits this season.

Sunset - TEST VIDEO from casey wrightsman on Vimeo.

Testing out my new Canon T4i and Gopro hero 3.

2014 South America Rookie Fest in Valle Nevado Chile from Board.tv on Vimeo.

A clear blue sky welcomed the 5th edition of the South America Rookie Fest in Valle Nevado , Chile, with participants from Chile and Argentina and the guest from Japan, Keita Inamura World Rookie Champion and Kaito Amada World Grom Champion.

The slopestyle well shaped by the Gap Snowpark crew, with a down rail, two kickers and a rail set at the end, gave to every rider the chance to impress the judge. Best run of three counted for the ranking of the event.

Thanks to the sunny day and the good vibe rookies and grooms showed a great level.
Local hero Antonia Yanez resulted as best girl with solid 360 on the kickers. In the groms category Kaito Hamada laid down the best run, with a fs3 and a huge bs7, followed by Julian Cortes and Alvaro Yanez.
Keita Inamura confirmed is good condition with an impressive run, bstail 270out on the first rail, fs7 and bs10 on the kickers and 270in fs board slide on last rail set. Behind him, as second in rookie category, came Federico Chiaradio from Argentina stomping cab5 and fs7, on third position team mate from Argentina, Pedro Bidegain.

Watch the pictures of the event on facebook.com/worldrookietour

Follow World Rookie Tour and the Black Yeti online
web: worldrookietour.com and worldsnowboardfederation.org
facebook fan page: facebook.com/worldrookietour
Instagram: @worldrookietour #worldrookietour

How did I get here: New Zealand from Sierra Quitiquit on Vimeo.

The temperatures in Utah were scorching so I booked a last minute flight to New Zealand for a mini summer vacation. I arrived in Queenstown, hitched a ride to Wanaka and immediately hopped on snow. Nothing beats a summer vacation to snow!

Clay is Clay from SURFING Magazine on Vimeo.

A physicist might say that all things are in a perpetual state of change, but there are a few things that seem to find a way to resist. Or at least a few people. Clay Marzo is one of them. No matter how drastically the details of his life may change, Clay is Clay and he always will be. After Marzo got dropped by his foremost sponsor, sustained a serious injury and dabbled with obscurity, we took him to West Oz with Matt Meola. We learned that Clay is still socially cumbersome. He still gets rabidly excited. And he is still doing shit that nobody else can do on a surfboard — click play for proof.

Filmed by Tom Jennings
Edited by Sean Benik
Addition Footage by John Barton
Story by Jamie Tierney
Photography by Brent Bielmann

"12 Days of Christmas" Danny Kass from Snowboarder Magazine on Vimeo.

Christmas came early for Danny Kass, Mason Aguirre, and Scott Blum, who shred pow lines at Mammoth Mountain, California in the 11th edit in GoPro’s “12 Days of Christmas.”