As part of the 2012 Whistler Telus Ski and Snowboard Festival, the Intersection film crew competition took off as usual and Mason Mashon and the Voleurz crew won first place and a $15,000 prize for their Art of Flight parody, Science of Airborning. The Science of Airborning | Voleurz Intersection Winning Edit | Art of Flight Parody | Unofficial Networks

The Science of Airborning | Voleurz Intersection Winning Edit | Art of Flight Parody

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The Science of Airborning | Voleurz Intersection Winning Edit | Art of Flight Parody

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As part of the 2012 Whistler Telus Ski and Snowboard Festival, the Intersection film crew competition took off as usual and Mason Mashon and the Voleurz crew won first place and a $15,000 prize for their Art of Flight parody, The Science of Airborning. 

Each team got a $1000 budget for the video which had to include: both skiers and snowboarders, 60 seconds to be filmed at Whistler Blackcomb consisting of 30 seconds in the park and 30 on inbounds terrain, and exactly 73% of the footage had to be on snow. Everything else had to be filmed within 100 kilometres of Whistler.

The event featured 6 of the best film crews in the area including Nuulife Cinema, Family Tree, Footy Fiend, Heart Films, and Capri Studios.

Look for other Intersection edits here on UnofficialNetworks.com as they begin to surface publicly online. 

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