Full Movie: “The Mad Ones”

When The Mad Ones was released it took the internet by storm. The wanderings of filmmaker Liam Gallagher all compiled into a polished work of 16mm and digital perfection, this project is one of the most legitimate examples of snowboarding lifestyle that you can find on the web.

Watch also: Search For a Cool Place, a film by Liam Gallagher

Here’s what Liam Gallagher had to say about The Mad Ones:

Here’s the full flick. Enjoy 53 minutes of madness from the Winter of 2011-2012.

The Mad Ones is a a web-based video project by Liam Gallagher. Inspired by the Beat Generation and specifically the writings of Jack Kerouac, The Mad Ones followed the freaks, all winter long. This is a movie about snowboarding and some Beatniks.

Featuring: Forest Bailey, Forrest Burki, Patrick McCarthy, Shaun McKay, Wyatt Stasinos, Nick Russell, Kael Martin, Bryan Fox, Mark Landvik, Lucas Debari, Nick Ennen, Scott Blum, Dan Liedahl, Alex Beebe, Will Lavigne, Jamie Lynn, Sebi Geiger, Marco Feichtner, Atsushi Hasegawa, Kohei Kudo, Austin Hironaka and many more.

Supported by: K2 Snowboarding, Drink Water, 686 and Anon.

A limited run of DVDs will also be available for $15.00 in the coming weeks.

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