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Sony Eye of the Condor Returns to Chile

Top skiers and industry leaders are scheduled to arrive at Ski La Parva this week for the second annual Sony Eye of the Condor, a weeklong film and photography contest. Set in the heart of the Andes, La Parva will play host to athletes including JT Holmes, Julian Carr, Rachel Burks and Drew Tabke and industry leaders including Chris Davenport, Sherry McConkey, and Ingrid Backstrom."The Eye of the Condor format is full throttle," says professional skier JT Holmes.

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Victor Pakpour’s New Film Daze at Sea

Lensman extraordinaire Victor Pakpour, the man behind Daze at Sea productions, has been traveling the globe with Billabong's roster of young talent to locales such as Hawaii, France, California, Australia, and Indo, capturing the goings on both in and out of the water. Here is his self-titled film, which includes all of his recent digital shorts and A-grade clips from a lot more than just a couple 'daze' at sea.Film available for free download here.

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Coffin Brothers Release Electric Wilderness

The Coffin duo, Conner and Parker, just released a half hour Indonesian odyssey entitled Electric Wilderness. The short film is shot entirely on a trip to a new land outpost in Northern Sumatra which holds an array of playful and challenging reef setups, and even a sand-bottom beachbreak, all within a short hike or boat ride. For the trip they enlisted some of their hi-fi cohorts including Jack Freestone, Clay Marzo, and Andrew Doheny. Photographer Tom Carey was there to document the action...

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Desillusion Profiles Alex Knost

Desillusion Magazine has wrangled some of the most iconic and controversial characters in the action sports bubble, and put them in front of the lens to share some thoughts in a series of short films. The last focused on surfer/artist/rockstar/pirate Ozzie Wright, who has been cheered and jeered throughout his career for his eccentric style in and out of the water. This installment is based on another surfer who fits that bill, Newport Beach's Alex Knost. Al is among the leaders in the..

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True Color Films Releases “Day by Day” Teaser

What better way to make your work day pass than enjoying a freshly released snowboard teaser? The Euro-based film crew, True Color Films, has sent over the trailer for their 2012 movie, Day by Day, and it's a breath of fresh air after enduring all these scorching summer days. Filmed in Europe, Japan, and Canada, the crew sought fresh powder and clean lines with a solid group that included Stephan Maurer, Nicholas Wolken, Thomas Feurstein, Rene Schnoller, Lisa Filzmoser, Christoph..

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Brent Dorrington: Best Unsponsored Surfer?

With Nick Rosza back on team Reef, the bittersweet title of 'world's best unsponsored surfer' is up for grabs. As the title of this clip implies, Brent Dorrington does not have a sticker on the nose of his board. Brenno is no stranger to surfing glory, winning the Scotland Cold Water Classic in 2011. But after losing his major contract with Oakley, surfing has ceased to be his full time job. That said, holy shit does he rip in this clip, which is comprised of a couple sessions..

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New Episodes in Protest’s ‘From Here To There’

Europe's Protest wetsuits presents another batch of episodes in their incredibly well-shot From Here to There series, which follows four of their riders on their respective journeys. These two episodes follow Oli Adams to his secret mysto slab in the British Isles, and lars Musschoot as he road trips across Denmark and Germany hunting down rippable peaks. Previous episodes here.

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Trailer: YES. It’s a Movie Too

Yes, you read that right. YES Snowboards has released the trailer for their new snowboard movie, Too. Aptly titled, Too is the follow-up to One and promises to be packed with incredible shredding from snowboarding's elite. Too boasts riding from a heavy roasters including YES's founding members Romain De Marchi, JP Solberg, and Tadashi Fuse, and young-guns Benji Ritchie and Colin Spencer. The multifaceted crew spent their winter chasing snow across the globe from Japan to..

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The Latest Innersection Entries

The 2012 Innersection entry process has begun, and there are already a couple of early highlights. The brainchild of surf cinema kingpin Taylor Steele, this revolutionary user-generated method of surf video production has done a great job of shining a spotlight on talented surfers who don't necessarily have the big company sponsorship dollars to travel the world.This year the Innersection contest has changed a bit, opening a 5 month period from July 1 to December 1 as a single..

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