You can purchase unReal on iTunes for $14.99, or you can download it from one of the following platforms: Amazon, Google Play, Xbox, PlayStation, MGo (4k), and Vimeo on Demand. unReal is also available on demand on Comcast Cable VOD, DirecTV On Demand, and Dish On Demand.
On June 18th, 2015, Teton Gravity Research and Anthill Films unveiled their long-awaited mountain bike film, unReal, to 1600 people in Vancouver, BC. Since then, the film has premiered in over 55 cities and is set to premiere in dozens more over the summer. Be sure to check out tetongravity.com/films/unreal/tour for tour dates and to buy tickets!
On June 18th, 2015, the unReal world tour kicks off in Vancouver, BC. Tickets for the tour are ON SALE NOW! To purchase tickets, head on over to www.tetongravity.com/films/unreal/tour. You don't want to miss this!
Early last summer I had an unUsual email come across my inbox. It read something like this: “Hey Cam, we’re actually going to try to do that crazy glacier idea for unReal. We’ll be camping up there for 2 weeks and trying to find some rideable snow and ice. It will probably be a big challenge, are you into it...?”
We see you there. Stuck in the real world. Staring blankly at your computer screen. Hoping to find something, anything, to take you away.
Routine is the last thing you expect to encounter on a mountain bike film trip. But we know the routine so well in Green River after a few days we already have the breakfast menu memorized as Carlos verbally reads it to us each morning. Eventually he stops reading it aloud and some of us are simply having the usual. Time seems to slip away in the desert.
Anthill Films is excited to follow up the announcement of their upcoming mountain bike film, Strength in Numbers, with the confirmed rider list for the film. Strength in Numbers will feature a diverse selection of riders with some of the biggest names in the sport, including: Andrew Shandro, Brandon Semenuk, Cam McCaul, Danny Macaskill, Gee Atherton, Graham Aggasiz, Matt Hunter, Rene Wildhaber and Thomas Vanderham.
Last week Kurt Sorge, Geoff Gulevich, Jordie Lunn and Graham Agassiz dropped by the Anthill office on their way up to Whistler. Since we were just putting the finishing touches on Kurt’s rider profile for Follow Me, we thought it might be cool to ask him a few questions to go with it. Here’s what Sorge had to say for himself… plus a few shots that Sterling Lorence captured during the filming of Follow Me. Enjoy.