Legs of Steel returns, taking their rider-inspired filming to a whole new level. After successfully producing four films, the freeski group committed all their resources to a new two year project. The wait will soon be over; the first 4K trailer is now live, and in just a few short months their film PASSENGER will be seen by the world. They set out to push the boundaries of riding, cinematography and storytelling, and after two winters of filming, they are proud to release their marquee project this October.
Watch Legs Of Steel's PASSENGER Trailer Below
This stacked list of skiers has come to be known as Legs of Steel, and they’ve been travel companions for a long time. PASSENGER captures this essence. A cinematic adventure that spans four continents, it aims to highlight the emotion and experiences of each location. The storyline winds through the twists of some exciting winter seasons, and what it’s like to be a constant passenger.
The Legs of Steel crew was born in 2009, curated from the ideas and passions of four freeskiers with a goal to drive innovation in freeski movie production. It is a group of friends, both unique athletes and talented film makers, creating a film true to themselves. They strive to use the newest film-making techniques, while keeping their culture and ski heritage intact. This combination of professionalism, friendship and creativity has quickly made its mark in the international freeski scene. To keep progressing and growing, they always strive to work with more talented, likeminded friends to grow the Legs of Steel legacy.
Starring in the film are LOS original members Paddy Graham, Bene Mayr and Thomas Hlawitschka, as well as close friends Sven Kueenle, Oscar Scherlin, Freeride World Tour star Sam Smoothy and Olympic Gold medalists Joss Christensen and David Wise. Andre Nutini and David Peacock are the directors for the film. Make sure to keep your eyes open for the film's release coming October 2015.
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