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‘Tamashii’ Theatrical Trailer | June 2015

Editor's Note: With Instagram and Facebook now taking the place of ski town bars as the dominant forum for discussions of outdoor radness, a group of pros took a turn towards the polar opposite by dumping their smartphones to live in the moment, as people, talking to each other. Sound like something you'd like to try?

Overwhelmed with the hyper-connectivity of the modern world, a group of friends embark on a journey to Japan in search of powder snow and good times – a quest to find and experience the ever-fabled “moment”.

We need your support to make this film happen! Check out our Kickstarter today: 
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/694818519/tam...

Available Fall 2015. For more information, please visit www.TamashiiFilm.com

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Presented by Hemlock Creative
Directed & Produced by Ross Reid
Cinematography by Ross Reid & Jasper Newton
Edited by Ross Reid & Nick Meilleur
Original soundtrack by Landis Tanaka
Starring Andy Mahre, Karl Fostvedt & Anna Segal

View on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=88CYjaEw0yU

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