TEVA's Big Air Competition
Show us your human powered B1-G Air moments and you could win a trip to the 2010 Teva Mountain Games and a course at the Serac Adventure Film School. All you have to do is submit a video of yourself or that you shot of one of your friends catching some air. Skiing, kayaking, free-riding, snowboarding, rock climbing...whatever. Just show us your B1-G AIR. A panel of judges will select one winner by June 30, 2009 so get your videos up ASAP! Submit Now!
The Teva Mountain Games Adventure Film School is FULL!
Our next film school offering will be in October as we team up with Outside Magazine for the Outside/Serac Adventure Film School
at Outside's headquarters in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The
week-long course will take you from initial idea to story development with
Outside editors and Serac filmmakers, to final cut and a screening of all the
Teva Mountain Games, June 3-10, 2009 (Full!)
|Two Film Festival Screenings and an Award
Serac Adventure Films newest release, Bridal Veil Falls:Back to the Public,
will be at Mountainfilm in Telluride Colorado, May 22-25, 2009. This film
features blind adventurer Erik Weihenmayer and Iraq War amputee Chad Jukes climbing Colorado's tallest free flowing waterfall. Bridal Veil was reopened to climbers through the efforts of the Trust For Public Land. The spectacular waterfall, frozen in winter, has been closed to the public since the late 1980's.
Breckenridge Film Festival
Blind Skiers Edge
screens at Breckenridge Film Festival
June 11-14 2009. In this film Erik Weihenmayer gives us a look at the world of blind skiing. Both Erik and Michael Brown will be in attendance at the festival.Empixx Awards
3 Peak 3 Weeks
won a Platinum Empixx Award
in this new competition which
honors excellence in the production of moving pixels.Photo by David D'Angelo, Erik Weihenmayer and Chad Jukes climbing Bridal Veil Falls.
|Worlds Toughest Fixes: Hoover Dam
Michael and David hanging over Hoover Dam for World's Toughest Fixes
Thanks to Molly Tait, formerly of Serac who is now with National Geographic
Television, for including us in the production. Michael says it was a blast to rappel down the
face of the dam, not many people ever get to do that.Photo by Molly Tait: David D'Angelo (left) and Michael Brown at the Hoover Dam.
Outside Magazine's May feature on best jobs includes David D'Angelo. In the article "Best Places to Work, No Risk No Reward" David talks about how he went from being apprentice at Serac Adventure Films to
shooting for Discovery and National Geographic.
Illustration of David D'Angelo featured in Outside Magazine. Created by Travis Coburn.
Ice and Deadliest Catch
|David D'Angelo is a cameraman in the new season of Discovery Channel's Deadliest
Catch. Check your local listings or catch some video clips online.
Also Michael Brown was Director of Photography for
this stunning NOVA documentary about James Balog's Extreme Ice Survey.
Photo by Michael Brown, James Balog of Extreme Ice rappels into a crevasse.
|Michael's Filmmaking Blog|
He summited Mt. Everest 4 times and brought the first HD camera up there, Michael Brown gives his thoughts on the philosophy of athletes and sports in his blog for Backpacker.
|Serac Adventure Films: Michael, Dave, Ryan, Tracy, Lam, Cyndi, Tyler, Krista, Carolyn, Jason, Kate, Ashley, and Davis