Taken from Skinet’s five question interview with Josh Berman…
“What is your last thought as the lights go out to begin a world premier of one of your movies?
I hope the computer doesn’t crash in the middle of the screening.”
I would have to agree with Josh – since this is going to be one of my computers and I will be quicktime command-f’ing it to the projector. This will be another hugely successful fun time tonight in Denver. See you there.
Skiing’s counterculture continues to buck the trends of what’s come before them- this is a worldwide documentation of ski action as you’ve never seen it presented before.
Follow the Level 1 crew as they experiment with one of the largest gap jumps ever built in Sun Valley, Idaho, hit a record snowfall in Helsinki, Finland, and harvest the vast resources of Alaska… or perhaps it’s all just a lucid dream?
Wake up, because Level 1 will take you on the visual trip of a lifetime. Come along for the ride!
A couple years ago Dave Morin and I were openly talking about the inane direction of freestyle skiing and where it was going. We joked about creating a ski movie production company with a name that defined the craziest thing we could ever imagine seeing a skier do… and so, Flying Helicopters Under People Productions was formed.
FHUPP – A now common adjective for something that is ultimately crazy – has randomly shown up in nearly every film from the last couple of years… However, from my understanding, a true FHUPP has not been accomplished and I challenge anyone who may be willing to strive for it.
The latest installment of a FHUPPed up jump comes from Level 1 Productions latest park shoot at Sun Valley, Idaho.
Tom Wallisch gets inverted on one of the largest kickers I have ever seen. Click the image. Inspect for yourself. This is not small.