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Red Bull Media House and U.S. digital filmmaking pioneers Brain Farm Digital Cinema have teamed to produce “The Fourth Phase,” the sequel to “The Art of Flight,” the 2011 global home entertainment hit.
Overall No. 1 iTunes movie in the U.S., “Flight” is arguably the most successful action sports film of the last decade.
At the American Film Market, Rbmh’s Philipp Manderla, head of feature films, will world premiere two 10-minute segments – set in Japan, and Jackson Hole – from “The Fourth Phase,” directed like “Flight” by Bdc CEO Curt Morgan, as well as Jon Klazkiewic. Rbmh will handle worldwide sales.
“Fourth Phase,” like “Flight,” stars Travis Rice, a double X Games gold medal winning snowboarder who has helped raise the bar on snowboard filmmaking, in running big mountain lines and soaring to amazing height – at tree tops level in one “Flight” backwoods sections – as he performs tech trips. In “Phase, »
- John Hopewell
The Orchard has signed a VOD distribution deal with producer Brain Farm for 11 feature films slated for release between 2017 and 2020, Variety has learned exclusively.
Brain Farm’s slate will feature snowboarding, skateboarding, surfing, motocross and mountain bike athletes, filmed with 4K and 8K camera technology.
The deal extends the partnership between Brain Farm and The Orchard, which distributes the Travis Rice snowboard documentary, “That’s It, That’s All,” and its follow-up, “The Art of Flight.” The companies said “The Art of Flight” is the highest grossing action sports film on iTunes.
Under the deal, The Orchard will release and promote music soundtracks for Brain Farm’s films, synchronizing these with the film’s release.
“I’ve gotten to know the team at The Orchard well over the last five years during the release of our biggest films,” Brain Farm CEO Curt Morgan said. “These guys are the best in »
- Dave McNary
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