Follow Tanner Hall and crew around the world in his latest ski film, Believe. Watch Tanner, Seth Morrison, Kyle Petersen, Sean Pettit, Callum Pettit, Anthony Borownowski, Ian Provo, Dan Treadway, CR Johnson and more as they take skiing to a level unlike anything youve ever seen before. Believe takes you from sessions in chest deep blower pow at Mt. Baker to a little cat time in Retallack, British Columbia. The journey continues while picking up major speed through Whistler, B.C., then on to a massive roadside session in Japan as the crew mashes the all time dirtiest pillows in Mica and up North to Haines, Alaska as Seth Morrison throws a 150+ double front flip to stop! Believe is the new standard in ski films, don't get left behind.
Check out the way Tanner and his crew destroys Mt Baker along w/ snowboarder Mikey P (RIP), their tour guide to the Mt Baker Backcountry and our personal friend here at skimovie.blogspot.com.
Tanner Hall Believe Ski Video Soundtrack
Picture of Sellassie Remix -Khari Kill
"Picture of Selassie"
By Khari Kill
Album Picture of Selassie
At the End of the Day - Amon Tobin
"At the End of the Day"
By Amon Tobin
Album Foley Room
By Kya Bamba feat. Demolition Man
What Else Is There - Royksopp
"What Else Is There?"
Album The Understanding
Razorblade Salvation - Jedi Mind Tricks
By Jedi Mind Tricks
Album Servants In Heaven, Kings In Hell
By Tears for Fears
Album Songs from the Big Chair
"Bun Down D System"
"Songs of Joy Remix"
By Kya Bamba
"Blood Dem Out"
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Thursday, February 7, 2008
Monday, February 4, 2008
The award winning MSP team spared no expense this time to bring you yet another skiing blockbuster. It features what the pro skiers called the “trip of a lifetime”- Heli-skiing remote mountains in B.C. off a 110-foot yacht, a night jumping session complete with a crane cam, go-go dancers and disco balls.
The Ski Movie 2 High Society 2000 showcases the team at Matchstick chartering a 110-foot yacht complete with helicopter to ski and explore unskied peaks off the coast of British Columbia. Features Morrison and Kent Kreitler both narrowly surviving massive avalanches and CR Johnston's 130-foot corked 900, quite possibly the biggest aerial trick to date.
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