Now that we've got the Sierra Snowboard Media section up and running, we figured you all might actually like to find some content in here. So with that in mind, the editors at Sierra Snowboard present the first installment of our semi-regular column covering some of what we think is cool in the world of snowboarding.
Links, gossip, and random facts that will definitely inspire you to shred harder!
ESPN caught up with Curt Morgan, the founder of Jackson, Wyoming's Brain Farm Cinema (responsible for bringing us "That's It, That's All" starring Travis Rice, and many other sick snowboarding films recently), to talk about the future of the production company and what they're planning to do with all the brand new HD cameras they've purchased.
All you San Francisco (and nearby) based riders won't want to miss the SF stop of the I AM SNOWBOARDING ART EXHIBITION (in honor of Jeff Anderson), coming to Club Six (60th Sixth Street, San Francisco) on Thursday, Dec. 10. A collaboration between Juxtapoz magazine, Volcom and Vans, the exhibit is a benefit for the JLA memorial fund and Brothers skateboard park. Check out the work of over 50 artists and try to win prizes from Volcom, Vans, Burton, the Northface, Analog, and more. Music will be provided by dj BARON and local SF bands Stagger and Fall, Attitude Problem and Gull.
Want to see what raw video footage looks like before it gets edited into a snowboard film? Check out the Forum Friday's Rawness Edit over at TransworldSnowboarding.com, with raw footage that will eventually become a part of Forum's latest team movie "Forever." It'll give you an appreciation for editors, as well as a the skills of the filmers who were able to capture some sick footage.
And for you skiers and mustache aficionados out there. Check out Skiing's interview with U.S. Women's Ski Team coach Chris Knight, who grew the gnarliest mustache this November in the name of prostate and testicular cancer awareness.