The Reels international snowboard film festival goes off in Annecy, France

For the first time in snowboard history an international film festival has been created to bring together some of the best movie producers, athletes, media and snowboard enthusiasts for a weekend of partying, movies and good times.

Inspired by the Cannes Film Festival and the Sundance Festival, The Reels is the one and only festival dedicated to the world of snowboarding.

Check out the results from this year and watch the video above to relive all the action that went down in Annecy, France.

Golden Reels Awards Ceremony 2012

Best Froggy: The Frenchie with the best video Part
Victor De Le Rue with his Standard Films “2112” segment

Best Web Series: Brothers On The Run

Best Guts: Xavier Delerue for Timeline “White Noise” & Standard Films “2112”

Jurye’s Coup De Coeur:  Judge choice of best shot/action/part
Pirates Production  for the Chris Sörman’s intro ( Pirates “Unique 8”)

Video Newcomer : The new talent in a video, with a big potential for the future
Jaeger Bailey

Best Editing: Burton “13” 

Best Jib Segment: Frank April (Videograss “Enlighten”)

Best Backcountry Segment: Nicolas Müller (Absinthe Films “Resonance”)

Best Cinematography: Burton “13”

Best Rider Performance: Dan Brisse (Volcom “IP2”)

Best Movie: Burton “13”

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