Powder Souls is a new short film by Matthew Bruhns featuring Timmy Taussig and friends in search of that hard-won, beyond-rewarding feeling of "nothingness" found only in the deepest and freshest powder snow.
It is a daunting task to sum up the vastness of BC's Coast Mountains, but 'Shaped By Wild' gives it a shot. The new film, now freely available, approaches the range through the people who have chosen to forge a life here.
Last winter TREW chose ten teams to produce a three- to five-minute film showcasing their mountain community and their local stomping grounds. The teams had just six weeks to film and four weeks to edit.
In today's Friday Flick, off-grid Yellowknifers Leanne Robinson and Dwayne Wohlgemuth take a season-long canoe trip across the Northwest Territories with their young sons, one-year-old Aleksi and four-year-old Emile.
Since 2004, the Whistler Valley's legendary singletrack, rock gardens, punishing ascents and exhilarating descents have been home to Crankworx Whistler—where the globe's top MTB athletes come to showcase their skills.
After receiving diagnoses for Autism Spectrum Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder as an adult—and being forced to limit climbing during the pandemic lockdowns and due to injuries—Zofia Reych discovered that perhaps the best way to improve on climbing was to temporarily let it go.