|Directed by||Kemp Curly,
|Produced by||Kemp Curly,
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
|Release date(s)||December 2, 2005|
|Running time||110 min.|
The snowboarders featured in this movie (Shawn Farmer, Nick Perata, Terje Haakonsen, Hannah Teter and Shaun White with guest appearances from Travis Rice) represent three generations of snowboarders and the progress this young sport has made over the past two decades. Most of the movie was shot in Alaska and its back country.
It is the first movie to be produced and financed by a soft-drink company.
Kemp Curly .... producer, editor
Kevin Harrison .... producer, director
Marc Joubert .... co-producer
John Kaplan .... co-producer
Jack Kelly .... coordinating producer
Paula Martone .... line producer
Larry Tanz .... executive producer
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