Landline., Vans' first-ever global snowboard film now available on iTunes

Landline., Vans' first-ever global snowboard film now available on iTunes

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Landline., Vans' first-ever global snowboard film now available on iTunes

Vans proudly announces the official worldwide release of LANDLINE., the brand’s first-ever global snowboarding film, available now on iTunes. Directed by long-time snowboarder turned filmmaker Tanner Pendleton, LANDLINE. marks the first full-length snowboard film for the emerging cinematographer. Vans’ highly anticipated snowboarding film is shot primarily on Kodak 16mm film and conveys a raw, behind-the-lens perspective of the Vans snowboard team as they travel the globe showcasing their creative talents and eclectic personalities on and off the mountain. With full parts from snowboarding icons such as Pat Moore, Bryan Iguchi, Darrell Mathes and Jake Kuzyk, LANDLINE. embodies the true spirit and culture of snowboarding of today.

“So much went into the making of LANDLINE. by such a rad group of individuals,” exclaims Vans global snow team rider Jake Kuzyk. “Everyone at Vans, the filmers and snowboarders, they put all they had into this film. We dreamed of this project, and here it is. I’m just proud to be a part of it all, and couldn’t be happier to show it to the world.”

On the heels of the film’s official world premiere last night at the House of Vans in Denver, CO, LANDLINE. continues its international global tour with the final stops in China and South Korea. Visit Vans.com/LANDLINE to learn more about the film, explore world premiere dates, locations, ticket information and to find a local premiere near you. Download the LANDLINE. film on iTunes now!

VANS LANDLINE.
GLOBAL TOUR DATES

JANUARY 11
Innsbruck, Austria

JANUARY 12
Munich, Germany

JANUARY 17
Vancouver, Canada

JANUARY 25
WORLD PREMIERE
OGDEN THEATER
Denver, Colorado

JANUARY 28
Beijing, China

FEBRUARY 1
Seoul, South Korea

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