Take it Well with New L1 Production Short Film
Fellow snowboarders and adventure enthusiasts, are you ready for an adrenaline rush? L1 is out with a crazy new short film that celebrates the beauty of wilderness and the art of riding by taking us on a tour of the fascinating and enigmatic mountains of Idaho and Montana.
Like the best recipes, it was born with just three simple ingredients: a van, an unfamiliar place, and a great desire to explore. And so it is that the new school of snowboards makes its way down freeride slopes and snowy alleys that hold hidden treasures of steel and concrete for a new L1-branded adventure.
In the cast we find some stars of the snow world ready to amaze us with their skills. They include the undisputed master Dominik Wagner, freeride king Luke Lund and the leaping and creative Justin Phipps who will surprise us with new stunts and styles. Simon Gschaider, Ben Egan, Jeremy Jones, Taylor Davies, and Hunter Goulet are just a few names of the other talents featured in this mountain odyssey.
Mountains of Hidden Treasures
Idaho and Montana are known for their breathtaking natural beauty, but “Tomorrow World” shows them to us from a unique and mysterious new perspective. The roads, embraced by snow, seem to hold ancient stories as riders traverse them with elegance and courage. Each descent becomes a work of art to be interpreted, an opportunity for exploration in pristine territory.
But it is not only nature that enchants on this journey. Idaho and Montana conceal real hidden urban treasures. The cities blend harmoniously with the landscape and steel and concrete mix with snow to create a unique scenery. The guys at “Tomorrow World” leave room for imagination by turning quiet urban spots into playgrounds where tricks and rails rule the day.
An immersive and enthralling experience resulting from the creativity and passion of Morgan Jennings and Alex Pfeffer. With an outstanding cast and a high-quality production, “Tomorrow World” is a short film destined to become a classic in the genre. The wild beauty of Idaho and Montana captures the eyes and heart while the skills of the riders leave us breathless. Get ready to immerse yourself in a world where creativity and daring reign supreme, here a small teaser to gas you some more.
The world premiere of Tomorrow World was held Oct. 28 in Salt Lake City, UT, and as of Oct. 30 it is online on their YouTube channel:
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