House of Vans is pulling out all the stops for their upcoming snowboard film, and rightly so. "Landline" marks the first full-length snowboard film for the classic skate shoe company. And just as Vans goes way back, so too does "Landline" in it’s cinematography. The film was shot in 16mm, providing a powdery, behind the scenes look at the Vans snowboard team as they jet set around the world. The film highlights each rider’s innovative and unique style in a no holds barred glimpse into the life of the globetrotting shredders. You can check out the trailer for "Landline" above.
To unveil this ambitious project, House of Vans will premiere the film at Denver’s Ogden Theatre on Jan. 25. This historic pop up experience will also feature a performance by alt-rockers Dinosaur Jr. as well as a special DJ set from Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore. The screening will also feature behind the scenes footage as well as a panel discussion with director Tanner Pendleton, cinematographer Jake Price and Vans global snow team members Jake Kuzyk and Darrell Mathes.
Here's the best part: tickets are free! But they will go fast. Follow this link to RSVP on AXS.