The Art of Flight

Synopsis: Two years in the making, "The Art of FLIGHT" gives iconic snowboarder Travis Rice and friends the opportunity to redefine what is possible in the mountains. Experience the highs, as new tricks are landed and new zones opened, alongside the lows, where avalanches, accidents, and wrong-turns strike.
Director(s): Curt Morgan
Production: Red Bull Media House
 
IMDB:
8.3
PG-13
Year:
2011
80 min
Website
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You know it's funny what's happening to us.

Our lives have become digital.

Our friends, now, virtual.

And everything that you could ever want to know is just a click away.

Experiencing the world through endless second-hand information isn't enough.

If we want authenticity,

we have initiate it.

We'll never know our full potential unless we push ourselves to find it.

It's this self-discovery

that inevitably takes us to the wildest places on earth.

The Art of Flight

It seems like every place we go

has its own unique set of variables.

This place in particular

is no exception.

Alaska.

So far gone.

It's so hard to grasp the sense of scale here.

When your whole life is dedicated to travel,

you have to learn how to adapt to your surroundings.

It's just kind of hard to adapt when

you feel like you are on the moon.

All right, John, Drop in 3... 2... 1.

Come on.

Drop.

Hey, Travis, are you ready?

Yes, I'm ready.

Let's go in quick, though.

Let's do this.

Yeah, Travis!

The majority of time spent out here is

cloudy down days.

In order to create the great, you know, snow and glacier that we have

means we get a lot of weather.

Alaska's weather is hard to read.

Everybody is trying to nitpick everything all the time,

checking the weather constantly.

I just kind of like to wake up in the morning and look out of the window

'cause that's the ultimate test.

On May 2,

Nice cold morning.

The weather forecast

is for mostly cloudy with scattered rain and snow showers.

Here in Alaska, you don't always go with the weather forecast.

You kind of go with what's going on out of the window.

We try to create a lot of, you know, activities for down days.

We have a crew like this, we need to up the level a little bit.

Son of a motherless goat.

How are you doing?

I need a ride.

Fire.

That almost took my face off.

Pull!

What is that?

He used to dissect these in middle school.

Are you ready?

- There we go.

- Yep.

This is like "MythBusters," kind of.

At the bonfire, it's gonna burn.

It's gonna be like, "Fire burn!"

"And we are going to burn down Babylon!

"In Alaska Mountain!"

We're going deep. We have a plane coming out with fuel. So...

Firstly, use the plane to get

everybody out there,

allowing us to kind of go

deeper than we ever have before.

It should be.

I think it's "all systems go."

Looks I'm gonna fall out the sky for a while.

I'm ready.

One of the things about coming to Alaska

is there are a lot of terrain that is unridden.

And there's a lot of first ascents that go down.

You know, I came here four years ago with Jeremy Jones.

We had a lot of lines we had pick out.

He hasn't ridden them yet,

but we had identified them with names.

Jeremy Jones named this area "the Wizard of Oz",

but never rode it.

The wizard is something I saw

early on in the Tordrillo, then we put it

you know, on the top of our hitlist.

But the problem is that there's a lot of exposure below.

A ton of open crevasses which,

to people that don't understand,

like, those crevasses are black holes.

If You get taken into a hole with a bunch of moving snow,

It's not a good thing.

The chances are pretty good that you're getting buried.

Ready, Travis?

Yes, ready as I'll ever be I guess.

Nice job, Rice.

- Are you kidding me!

- Johny!

That's what I wanted. Yeah!

South.

It's always a bit surreal, chasing winter down to South America.

Geographically, Chile is one of the most amazing places on the planet

with thousands of miles of coastline

that reaches directly up to some of the tallest mountains in the world.

And right in the middle, thrives a cultural-rich nation,

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