Whistler, British Columbia—The snow is flying and the Misschief Films crew is up to no good again. And by no good I mean doing 900s in the park, cab 5s in the backcountry and getting rad on street rails and dance floors. Misschief’s second release is sure to once again showcase the progression of female snowboarding and capture the entertainingly unique personalities of today’s best girl pros.
Back to attack will be the original Misschief crew for the Fall 2006 release; Alexis Waite, 2006 rookie of the year Annie-Flore Marxer, back country blazer Annie Boulanger, Amber Stackhouse, Gretchen Bleiler, Hana Beaman, Jacqui Berg, Laura Hadar, 2006 rider of the year Leanne Pelosi, Maribeth Swetkoff, 2005 rider of the year Priscilla Levac, Natasza Zurek, Silvia Mittermüller, Tara Dakides and friends. New additions include Marie-France Roy, Spencer O’Brien, Lisa Beck and Stacy Thomas.
Following around lovely talented athletes is a hard job but someone has to do it and who better than some of snowboard film’s leading men. Lending credibility and quality will be Rich Goodwin (The Community Project and Absinthe Films), Pascal Gallant (Defective Films and Mack Dawg), Justin Hare (Robot Food, 91 words) Damon Pyett, Aaron Leyland and Utah’s Knut Carter.
Misschief’s first movie, founded and produced by Fabia Grueebler and Amber Stackhouse, received serious high-fives and rave reviews from the industry. And … As If became the top selling girls’ video of all time, in North America, Europe and Japan after only 3 months of sales. It’s currently nipping at the heels of the top “guy movie sales.
What can be anticipated for the second Misschief movie? More switch backside 5s? Cab 9s? Perhaps a cable-cam to one up the current footage of Anne-Flore making out with boys on groomed runs? A bonus DVD of Alexis’s dance moves? Time will tell but with such a solid film, edit and rider crew you will surely want front row seats.
If you’d like more information on Misschief Films please check out www.projectmisschief.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.