Full Movie: Anttisworld.com presents “Relate To It”

Anttisworld.com in association with Northlight Pictures releases yet another brilliant backcountry oriented movie.

Have you ever felt as watching those high-class snowboard films like, man, I wish I was there–but the spots are just so far out of reach? This time they’re not. Antti Autti and buddies were in the search for the best powder, but yet they wanted to get the white magic from the places accessible for everyone. They found themselves having the best season ever with loads of powder without forgetting the classic wintertime in Finland. There’s a reason it’s called “Relate To It”.
“Relate To It” features riding from Antti Autti, Miikka Hast, Nicholas Wolken, Markku Koski, Juuso Laivisto, Tero Poikajärvi, Joel Lahti and more.

Shot in locations of Hokkaido, Japan; Tamokdalen, Norway; Monashee PowderSnowCats, Canada; Revelstoke, Canada; Ruka, Finland; Ounasvaara, Finland; Southern Alps, New Zealand and Riksgränsen, Sweden.

Filmed, edited and directed by Teemu Lahtinen / Northqlight Pictures.

Additionally filmed by Matti Ollila, Anssi Lakela (elopictures.com) and Eemeli Hepola.

Photographed by Jani Kärppä / Lappikuva.fi, Rami Hanafi and Sami Tuoriniemi.

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