Anthill Films



Films

Arrival

Step into our world, as we bring you a raw look at the talents of the next wave of riders and photographers. Come face to face with our diverse styles as we take on new lines and new places. Arrival is all about what is happening now.

Available on - iTunes & DVD+BluRay

'Arrival' a Secondbase Film Presents - A Freeride Mountain Bike Film

Presented by Trek in Association with Shimano, JBL, Bontrager and Pinkbike.

NotBad

This is a tale of epic adventure. A tale of seven brave riders who set out from the four corners of the globe to gather together under one roof in a town located at the ends of the earth. 30 days of bicycle tomfoolery in New Zealand'.

Available on - iTunes & DVD+BluRay

'notbad' - Thirty Days of Bicycle Tomfoolery in New Zealand!

Strength In Numbers

Viewed at a distance, the world of mountain biking is a disjointed network of seemingly similar but disconnected communities. Freeride. Downhill. Big Mountain. All Mountain. Dirt Jump. Slopestyle. A sport of individuals, equally defined by their many differences, as the common threads that bind.

Strength In Numbers

From the Inside Out

Many past films, riders, and locations have inspired us. Some of those locations are now our backyards, and some of those riders are now our friends. From the Inside Out is our adventure to the places we've always wanted to ride, and our expression of the lines and styles that have influenced us. This is freeride mountain biking. This film is from us – the riders.

From the Inside Out

Follow Me

At the head of a trail you have have never ridden before, a friend turns with a knowing look and says... “just follow me”. We’ve all heard it before and depending on who says it, it makes a pretty big difference what lies ahead. Whether it’s a good idea or not, we almost always drop in. Follow Me takes a look at why we love to ride – back-yard sessions, ripping local trails, bike parks, epic road trips, heli drops.

Follow Me

The Collective Anthology

The Collective Anthology is a compilation of the entire library of work by The Collective, including all three films (The Collective, Roam, and Seasons) with all bonus features. The box set also has a fourth disc with previously unreleased material and “Forest for the Tree” a 30-minute documentary about The Collective and the making of the films.

The Collective Anthology