Follow snowboarder Travis Rice as he tackles slopes in Chile, Colorado, Argentina, Romania and Jackson Hole Wyoming, in his new film 'The Art of Flight' which premiers on September 7.

Travis Rice's use of the word epic to describe his new snowboarding film ‘The Art of Flight‘ barely does the powder-crushing tour de force credit. The Herculean adventure, captured by the same type of Cineflex cameras used to film Planet Earth, shows Rice and his handpicked crew as they snowboard some of the wildest terrain around the globe.

The Art of Flight is Rice's follow up to the award-winning film ‘That's It, That's All'—both shot by Curt Morgan, a snowboarder who turned to filmmaking after a serious back injury. A self-dubbed ‘tech geek,' Morgan and his boutique production house Brain Farm test the limits of aerial cinematography, shooting for outlets like National Geographic, ESPN, the U.S. Marine Corps and Red Bull (who also sponsored the film).

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