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Travis Rice born October 9, 1982.
Whilst shooting in Alaska last month 'The Red Bull Chronicles' had Curt ask Travis a couple of Q's for us on a down day. The interview features in Ep 12 of the 24 part series about to launch on the global networks.
In 2008 Rice co-produced with filmmaker Curt Morgan one of the biggest budget blockbuster snowboard films of its time "Thats It Thats All"
NZ not only featured in the opening section but also hosted the World Premier in Wanaka. It took film making in the mountains to another level.
Amid the never-ending mission to find pure adventure Travis has already begun production on Chapter 2 - "Flight"
With Brain Farm Cinema on your team who come armed with the in house Ciniflex V14, a Phantom HD Gold Cam, A Red One and a Varicam 3700 + enough glass to blow out any rockstars excess baggage allowance. Add in a mass heli budget, a storage shed with trucks, quads, sleds, camera rigs.. Then top it all off with a dream line up of riders... oh and a 730 day window to produce it all!
You know when it comes out its going to once again step it up a notch and set the bench mark for all those pro riders trying to build their film sections and leave winter film makers to dream some more.
Here is what Mr Rice had to say.
Chur Chur boys... Looking forward to seeing it all happen! Phantom that Shizza up!