Shreddy Times: “Moving Forward” Trailer

Shreddy Times:

On January 3rd, 2011 Danny Toumarkine took a horrible fall while snowboarding in Montana. Danny was care flighted to a local hospital where he spent the next 33 days. During his time at the hospital Danny underwent 4 brain surgeries as a result of impact trauma to the left side of his head. Danny is very lucky to be alive.

This video is a trailer to the full length video which will be released on January 10th, 2012. It documents the time before and after the injury and will come out a week after Danny's return to the snow.

For more information on Danny's story check out: http://www.dannyisthebomb.com

We would like to thank all the sponsors of this project:

http://www.vitaminwater.com/ – Vitamin Water
http://www.highfivesfoundation.org/ – High Fives Foundation
http://www.burton.com/ – Burton Snowboards
http://www.sandboxland.com/ – Sandbox Helmets
http://www.cliffbar.com/ – Cliff Bar
http://www.stickerpack.com/ – Sticker Pack
http://www.kicker.com/ – Kicker

Additionally we would like to thank everyone that supported our project on Kickstarter!

Music:
Muse – "Map of The Problematique"
Crystal Castles – "Videosection"

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