Get Behind the Scenes of Burton’s ‘One World’ Snowboarding Film

This is ‘One World’ — 1,029 turns, 72 days, 32 riders, and endless snow.

Burton’s highly anticipated feature-length film, “One World,” dropped today. The film took over a year to plan — everything from who would ride to where they would ride and how to offset their carbon emissions from the project. Burton’s crew shot “One World” internationally over 72 days, with 32 of the world’s best riders.

But that’s not all — Burton also published a collection of behind-the-scenes episodes. These are the tastiest rail tricks, pow turns, and film shots the project has to offer.

The 12 short and fun “bonus” episodes are split into themes, each featuring different riders and locations. You can check out Anna Gasser in Episode 1, a mass of riders in tribute to Jake Burton Carpenter in Episode 10, and more.

Read more about what it took to make the film, or watch outtakes and bonus episodes here.

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Mary Murphy

Mary is the Managing Editor of GearJunkie and is based in GearJunkie's Denver, Colo. office. She has a degree in English and journalism, and has a background in both newspaper and magazine writing. Her outdoor interests span from running to sport climbing, from landscape photography to skiing to pack-paddleboarding. If she's not writing, you can most likely find her at the top of a fourteener, or in a local bakery.

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