This movie is the product of pure joy from freeriding, friendship, love of the mountains and the constant push to ride harder. “By Fair Means” is a project from the “Gnarlberg Steinbocks” crew. The entire film was shot at Arlberg, Austria and had no external funding or sponsorship!! Basically Do it yourself at its best !!!
Enjoy Progressive Freeriding from its finest.
Irian van Helfteren
Shot&Edited by Elmar Strotmann
World Premiere: Freeride Film Festival, Fall 2012 Innsbruck, METROPOL movie theater
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The original cinema version of the movie was mixed in 6 chanel audio and is available as download upon request!
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