THERE’S ALWAYS NEXT SEASON — Official trailer

From Badlands Entertainment via Vimeo:
THERE’S ALWAYS NEXT SEASON is a feature documentary chronicling the story of the making of a snowboard film that has taken almost 20 years to finish.

A story of an underground culture located in and around Tromsø, Norway gone missing in the late 90s, only to resurface some 15 years later to try and finish what they once started.

Original Film in association with director Carl Christian Lein Størmer present a crowdfunding initiative to secure funding for the completion of THERE’S ALWAYS NEXT SEASON. The campaign starts January 17th and goes on for 60 days ’till March 18th.

Go to igg.me/at/theresalwaysnextseason to join the movement.

Starring: Stian Tapani Gundersen, Roy Olsen, Daniel Mikkelsen, Stian Skjærvik, Ronny Olsen, Mikael Bones Olsen, Lars Moltzau and more and featuring interviews with Terje Haakonsen, Mike McEntire, Mike Hatchett, Jerry Dugan, Jamie Mosberg, Danny Larsen, Andreas Ygre Wiig, Torstein Horgmo, Gjermund Braathen and many more.

Original Soundtrack written & performed by: Ariel Joshua Sivertsen, Ottar Tøllefsen, Benjamin Mørk and Carl Christian Lein Størmer

Sound mix by Ariel Joshua Sivertsen

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