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Heart Films Vol. 3: a snowboard documentary

A snowboard documentary featuring riders Tadashi Fuse, Shota Suzuki, Hiromi Takahashi, Akifumi Hiraoka, Adachi Futa, Sachi Tanaka, Takafumi Konishi, Donn Hore, Kousuke Wakisaka, Natasza Zurek. Filmed in one season, the riders tackle backcountry terrain in Alaska and Northern BC, terrain parks in Japan, and lift-accessed powder pillows in Whistler, Revelstoke, and Golden.

Whistler content appears only in the first 10 mins of running time.

Filmed and edited by: Taro Koeji, Keiji Tajima, and Nobuhiro Hayashi
Produced by: Manabu Taira and Yuho Sekihara
Directed by: Tadashi Fuse

Normal

A 5 minute film directed by Beau and Dustin Blanche for the 2006 Whistler Film Festival. Normal is about the story of Peter Crutchfield who was injured in a skiing accident and is in the process of training for the Paralympic Games.

Extreme Seniors

A 5 minute film directed by Lisa Fernandez for the 2007 Whistler Film Festival. Extreme Seniors investigates seniors in the Whistler area who are very active and involved and ask them what the secret to eternal youth is.

Gondola Stories

A 5 minute film directed by Ace Mackay-Smith for the 2008 Whistler Film Festival. Gondola stories tells the story of the development of Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains and the gondolas built for them.

Speedbumps

A 5 minute film directed by Ivan Hughes for the 2008 Whistler Film Festival. Speedbumps tells the story of Whistler's skiing history and its journey towards hosting the Olympic games.

Whistler's Crazy Canucks

A 5 minute film directed by Liz Thomson for the 2009 Whistler Film Festival. Whistler's Crazy Canucks tells the story of Steve Podborski, Ken Read, Dave Murray and Dave Irwin and how they became the Crazy Canucks.

When Hugh Met Joe

A 5 minute film directed by Jim Budge for the 2009 Whistler Film Festival. When Hugh Met Joe tells the story of how Hugh Smythe met Joe Houssian and opened Blackcomb Mountain as a ski hill, and how they eventually merged with Whistler Mountain.

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