Last weekend, we went on a short trip to the Sunshine Coast in B.C. Here is a collage of the photos we took on Mach Chicken and at Coast Gravity Park:
We are excited to announce that “Bryan and Kaia” will be screening at the 2014 Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado! If you happen to be in the area between May 23-26, definitely check out the festival for some amazing films.
Fresh Tracks will be showing at the What If, Why Not? Adventure Film Festival which will be touring Ireland in the coming weeks. We made it into the Top 9 films and Fresh Tracks will be the only mountain bike film to be shown alongside ARRIVAL from the Coastal Crew. If you happen to be in Dublin, Castlebar or Galway, be sure to grab tickets!
We recently found out that Fresh Tracks won best High School Documentary at the Hollywood International Student Film Festival in California and a People’s Choice award at the YoungCuts film festival in Quebec. This makes for a total of 10 awards for the film. The last festival Fresh Tracks is entered in is the Why Not? Adventure Film Festival in Ireland. Hopefully it gets selected to be shown there!
Had a photoshoot yesterday at our local jump spot that didn’t end so well. A slight wobble when I landed resulted in a cracked helmet and a trip to the hospital. Luckily I’m alright, besides a mild concussion and feeling sore all over. With some rest I should be back at full strength in a few days.
As the mountain bike world watched in anticipation, Steve Smith was crowned the overall World Cup champion of downhill mountain biking today. It’s been a long time coming and all of Canada can be proud to call it’s very own the the best in the world. All of us at Foxwood Films were rooting for Stevie to bring it home and we couldn’t be more stoked on his victory!
Here is a look back at Stevie’s roots: