Celebrated snowboard moviemakers Absinthe Films is proud to announce the release of their latest feature film twel2ve. Stacked with epic footage of snowboarding’s best riders charging incredible locations around the globe, twel2ve promises to deliver more of what Absinthe Films are famous for: powder, progression, and adventure. Why twel2ve? This is the twelfth feature shred flick from Absinthe and it also features a hard dozen of snowboarding’s best and baddest riders. Veteran Absinthe riders Gigi Rüf, Nicolas Müller, Wolfgang Nyvelt, Romain DeMarchi, JP Solberg and Annie Boulanger are joined by vanguard pros Lucas Debari, Johnnie Paxson, Bode Merrill, Dan Brisse, Sylvain Bourbousson and Mat Schaer bringing shred fans a full-spectrum view of cutting edge snowboarding. With record snowfalls in Canada and Utah, a mission to Turkey with Müller, and more of their trademark Alaska epicness; plus Russia, Mt. Baker, and Sweden, twel2ve takes you (literally) around the world by board. The ultra-crisp, HD Digital format is artfully blended with super16mm and other retro films adding texture and classic tone to the feel of this highly-anticipated movie. Supported by two massive premiere (party) tours – in Europe and in North America – Absinthe brings rabid shred fans the big screen experience of twel2ve to movie theaters in over 50 cities. For those poor souls who can’t make it to a premiere twel2ve is available on Blu-ray, DVD, and iTunes (as of September 27).
Get it, watch it, be stoked!

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twel2ve trailer

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www.absinthe-films.com/film-tour/europe Featuring

Bode Merrill, Gigi Rüf, Dan Brisse, Nicolas Müller, Sylvain Bourbousson, Wolfgang Nyvelt, Romain DeMarchi, JP Solberg, Annie Boulanger, Lucas Debari, Johnnie Paxson, Mat Schaer
Sponsors
Billabong, Nike Snowboarding, Burton, Salomon, The North Face, DaKine, YES., Banshee Bungee, Volcom, Anon
Filmed in
Canada (BC), USA (SLC, Jackson Hole, Mt.Baker, Alaska), Sweden, Turkey, Russia, Japan