Blank. - The Official Ski Movie Trailer

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blank. The movie takes you around the world to ski as well as showing a glimpse of what happens off the ski hill. Filmed on location in Japan, Europe, and Alaska.

Starring: Alexi Godbout, KC Deane, Vincent Gagnier, Max Morello, Josh Daiekitiuk, and Max Morello

Principal Cinematography by Colin D Watt

Directed and Produced by KC Deane

Coming to iTunes this fall.

 


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