“The lights haven’t gone out yet!”
From the company that brought you the incredible short-films; Afterglow, Jumbo Wild, and Valhalla – Sweetgrass Productions are back yet again with another cinematic masterpiece. This time it’s a unique view of mountain biking that you’ve never seen before, and also, it’s available in the beautiful resolution of 4K.
3 professional mountain bikers; Graham Agassiz, Matt Hunter, and Matty Miles worked with the Sweetgrass crew, Ahlstrand and Wållgren, and also Philips TV, in the strangely-satisfying Ewok Forests of the Pacific Northwest all the way to the other-worldly looking landscape of Southern Utah. Over the course of 3 exciting yet tiring weeks, during midnight hours, and a crew of 27, the project was supported by Philips TV as an ambitious campaign to promote the new Philips Ambilight TV – Powered by Android ™. The DARKLIGHT project was supported by Bike Magazine, CLIF Bar, and Freefly Systems, associated with Specialized and the TomTom Bandit ActionCam, and presented by the Philips Ambilight TV.
Watch the action here:
Sweetgrass Productions are “A small team capable of big things” with a crew consisting of (Director) Nick Waggoner, (Producer) Zac Ramras, and (Director) Mike Brown. The company has worked with some interesting brands such as [Patagonia, Philips, and Specialized, to name a few], with creative visions to achieve some pretty spectacular results.
Other Lives – Old Statues (0:00 – 1:29)
Yolanda Be Cool ft. Gurrumul – A Baru in New York (Flume Remix) (1:30 – 3:07)
William Ryan Fritch – Winds Upon A Tin Roof (3:08 – 3:39?)
Other Lives – Beat Primal (3:40 – 5:47)
William Ryan Fritch – Coda (5:49 – End)
More Screen Captures here:
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