“Weather is pretty unpredictable, and it pretty much drives what you do and where you go,” said director Justin Brodin.
The team’s first film, “Come Find Us,” featured freestyle skiers skidding, flipping and crashing during the winter of 2009-2010. The producers limited filming to Montana ski hills and locations, which included the stairs, railings and abutments of local towns.
“Taking your talent to the streets is kind of the ultimate test of what you can do because it changes things a lot,” Brodin said. “The urban setting is just a reflection of the (terrain park), taking a lot of those features to where they originated.”
That formula is continued in this film, but the snow came late to Montana last winter. So the production team threw its cameras and skis in cars and plied its trade in seven other western states and Canada as the snow moved through each.