Photo by Sterling Lorence
It’s not easy to raise the bar for mountain bike films, but the latest work from Teton Gravity Research and Anthill Films is likely to do just that. Their latest, unReal, is now available for purchase on iTunes and other online outlets and they’ve released this clip to give you a taste of what you’ll see.
Widely recognized as the best slopestyle mountain biker in the world, Brandon Semenuk has become the first to film a full segment in a single continuous shot. This uninterrupted shot was filmed by the most advanced gyro-stabilized camera system, the GSS C520, mounted to a truck on a custom road built next to a custom trail that took three weeks to build. This cinematic achievement required perfect coordination between Semenuk, Anthill Films and TGR. Injured at the time, Semenuk only hit the full line once.Tweet Print
Cam McCaul appeared, of all places, on The Weather Channel this week, promoting his new mountain bike film, “Unreal”. McCaul is no stranger to being in front of a camera or holding a microphone, but he really outdid himself by appearing as a live weather reporter describing the amazing “dirt flurries” that were snowing down from the sky in the “Unreal World”.
Just watch his live appearance on AMHQ:
“Unreal” is the next film from Teton Gravity Research and Anthill films, where McCaul and his friends escape from the real world and are able to ride some of the most breathtaking terrain in the world.Tweet Print