VIMFF 2014 :: FILMS :: 

Not Bad

Canada, 30 minutes, 2013
Directed by Anthill Films
Screening: Mountain Bike Show, Fri Feb 14 @7:30pm (doors 6:30pm)
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NotBad is all about having a good time, all while pushing the limits of biking in every discipline.

This is a tale of epic adventure. A tale of seven brave riders who set out from the four corners of the globe to gather together under one roof in a town located at the ends of the earth. A tale with no beginning and no end but where a few things happen in between. Things like eel fights. Yeah that’s right... f’n eel fights.
Not Bad features members of Trek’s talented and diverse C3 Project Team: Brandon Semenuk, Brook MacDonald, Brett Rheeder, Cam McCaul, Andrew Shandro, René Wildhaber, and Ryan Howard. Channeling the vibe that early skate and snowboard films are known for, Not Bad is all about having a good time, all while pushing the limits of biking in every discipline. It’s amazing what you can see and do in thirty days. From exploring the trails of the Remarkables, to basking in dirt-jump heaven at the Gorge Road jumps, the list of good times could go on forever. Mix in a few high-speed drive-by food fights in between all of these adventures, and well… you’ve got yourself a party!

Anthill Films is a group of award-winning, adventure storytellers who are constantly pushing visual and technical boundaries to create films that are inspired by a way of life. Based in Squamish, BC, this collaborative group of action sport storytellers is the same crew that brought you The Collective, Roam, Seasons, Follow Me, and Strength in Numbers.
Anthill is owned and operated collectively by Colin Jones, Darcy Wittenburg, Darren McCullough and Ian

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