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ShAFF 2014: Ski & Board Films 2

ShAFF 2014 - Ski & Board Films 2

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Deeper Than Snow - (23mins)

Sheffield University philosophy student Ismar Badzic premiered his debut film 'White Line' at ShAFF last year so we're delighted to be able to share with you his follow-up film about snowboarder Jake Cornish as he returns to Nendaz (Switzerland) for the first time, to explore what happened when he was buried in an avalanche, which nearly cost him his life.

Ismar says: "This is not a snowboard film, this is a film about a snowboarder which tells a story that goes 'Deeper than Snow' - a delicate look at the life of one man who has shaped his life around snowboarding, despite the risks".

We loved 'White Line' for the strength of Jake's story so it's great to have another chance to get a more in-depth insight into the impact of of the avalanche on Jake's life and also to see the clear development of Ismar's talents as a director and as well as those of his cameraman George Simpson.

Sportlife: Snow - (6mins)

Snowkiting World Champion, Bjørn Kaupang, challenges the most unforgiving snow plateau in the world.

Partly Cloudy - (59mins)

Hot on the heels of Level 1’s award-winning film Sunny comes a slightly different forecast. No major disturbances or low-pressure fronts, just a healthy mix of skiing, music, and personality with a low ultraviolet index.

Partly Cloudy mixes jaw-dropping urban tricks and wince-making crash sequences with big mountain freestyle backed up with a superb soundtrack and a tongue in cheek silent movie style opening.

Dates / Times

This film was last shown at Showroom on 05 Apr 2014

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Duration
100 mins