Beyond Boarding presents “Belen” – A travel and snowboarding adventure film

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“Belen” follows Tamo Campos and David MacKinnon on a quest to give back. Channeling the passion and energy from their privileged lives as Canadian snowboarders, and after a year of fundraising, they travel to Peru to help a struggling community. After a month in the Amazon basin the journey continues, and drastically switches gears. A short plane ride and they are in the heart of the Chilean winter season. A road trip south and they are climbing Chile’s Andes, riding fresh snow and reflecting on their time in Belen. Keeping their quest in mind, they investigate local aid groups helping to create affordable shelter for the underprivileged. With artistic cinematography and focused interviews, Belen tells a story of passions being directed toward the service of others.

A film by Beyond Boarding- COMING FALL OF 2013

Created by:
Tamo Campos
Marshal Chupa
Dave McKinnon
Lewis Muirhead
Directed By:
Marshal Chupa
Co-directored By:
Lewis Muirhead
Cinematography By:
Marshal Chupa
Lewis Muirhead
Edited By: Andrew Santos

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