FILMS AND DOCUMENTARIES
Heli Bike Promo
Some of the Wildest Riding on the Planet, remote places in beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
This is the Story of Tim Emmet Jimmy Martinello and Trev McDonald's discovery of climbing on Anvil Island, BC. An island only accessible by paddle-board or by boat, Anvil Island is on the Howe Sounds off the west coast of Canada, near Squamish. The trio have developed over 6 routes so far and continue to develop the climbing there.
The Man Who Can Fly
Legendary rock climber and base jumper Dean Potter mounts an expedition to free climb the massive peaks of Canada's Mt. Butte.
Chilcotin Quest - A Whitewater SUP Experience
A 4 day, 4 night fully self-supported whitewater SUP adventure from Taseko Junction to Farwell Canyon in British Columbia. Three members of C4 Waterman's Explore Team (plus local Jesse Hohert) dropped into the river at high water (450 cm/s) and it was game-on right away. A few dicey logjams and lots of big floating logs (and one massive 60-ft tree) to avoid, but many Class III wave trains and rapids.
Bella Coola River SUP
Sir Alexander Mackenzie is considered one of the greatest of all North American travelers. Two hundred and fourteen years ago, Mackenzie and his crew found a fur trading route from Fort Chipewyan on Lake Athabasca to the Pacific Ocean. They paddled the Fraser River, crossed the interior plains of the Chilcotin Plateau using Carrier and Nuxalk guides, and traveled down the Bella Coola River. This journey was the first recorded 6,400 km crossing of the North American continent.
Spring 2016 Justin Sweeny, Jimmy Martinello, Eric Hjorleifson, Christina Lustenberger and Bradford McArthur sailed out from Squamish, BC on La Montaña. Reaching the head of Bute Inlet they attempted to approach the next 67km by foot and ski to climb Mt Waddington.
Holy Grail: The First SUP Descent of the Mountain River
It was the first stand-up paddleboard descent of the iconic Mountain River—but that was hardly the point of experiencing one of the continent’s last great wildernesses.
Everyone needs Fresh Air and Nature | Rock Air Water, Trailer
4 adventurers come together in a multi-sport exploration through the Nahanni National Park in Canada - a spectacular vast wilderness only traveled by few. Although the beauty and rawness of their journey is what ultimately captivates through this film, we discover too that nature is to be respected and that extreme sport has a dark side. Stand-up paddle boarding, climbing and wingsuit flying take you through this 4 part series with Tim Emmett, Sean Leary, Jimmy Martinello and Trevor McDonald. Editor: Katie Schaitel, Cameraman: Chad Copeland Producer: Jimmy Martinello, Trevor McDonald, Tim Emmett Athletes: Jimmy Martinello, Trevor McDonald, Tim Emmett, Sean Leary
Arc'teryx presents: Makatea Vertical Adventure
The sailing boat «Maewan» arrives in 2018 in Makatea, a unique island of Polynesia. A circle of coral raised about a hundred meters above a turquoise sea, a large variety of fauna and flora, a dream landscape... but also an exploited and abandoned island in the middle of the remains of the phosphate mines.
The "The Lazyboy" is a short documentary about Alex Cairns, a sit skier from Squamish, BC. He was born with Spinal Bifida which left him paralyzed from the knees down. 6 years ago his grandmother signed him up for his first ski lesson. Although he didn't enjoy it much at first he stuck with it. Now Alex is 21 years old and skiing for the BC Para-Alpine Ski Team, but racing isn't the only type of skiing Alex likes to do. Freeskiing is his true passion. Sending cliffs, shredding steep lines and boosting jumps was what attracted Alex to the sport.
Mt. Waddington Region - Big Line Hunting
Remote ski lines from the Waddington Range with Jon Johnston and Jimmy Martinello and Chris Cristie Mountain Equipment Co-Op Expedition Grant and Arcteryx!
The Call of the Cold
In November 2021, four explorers embarked on a 14-day multi-sport adventure in Iceland. Three Canadian adventurers went to Iceland to explore “water” in its many forms. They followed conditions and elements around the island. From surfing the Icelandic waves, to climbing up icebergs to free diving beneath the surface of 1* water, they chased the fine line between frozen and liquid. Ambassadors Jimmy Martinello, Luca Sommaruga-Malaguti, Tim Emmett and filmmaker Brian Hockenstein, took to Iceland with a unique means of transport connecting each activity: their Red Paddle Co boards!