Kiteboard movie HIDDEN LINES now online
EyEFORcE is proud to announce that Hidden Lines will be released online in three parts. The first screening of Hidden Lines at a cinema during the PKRA Scheveningen (May 2012) was a great success. After a thunderous ovation of more than 800 Dutch visitors, media like kitesurf magazine called the movie "the first real cult movie in kitesurfing".
The movie with a total length of an hour will be released online in three chapters. The first one will be broadcasted now on the websites and facebook pages of Sportlife, Brunotti, O'Neill and Slingshot, and the other parts will follow shortly after. With Hidden Lines, EyEFORcE created a full-length kitesurfing movie experience that would appeal to both kite surfers and the general public.
Kevin and Youri are two long-time rivals and they have been competing against each other for many years. After Kevin won the world championship in 2009, and Youri in 2011, shooting this movie together was something nobody expected to be possible. Maybe it would have never happened, if it wasn't for their mutual friend Nick Jacobsen joining them on this trip. Nick became an instant legend in the kitesurfing world after jumping from a huge crane in Cape Town in 2011. In Hidden Lines he again accounts for crazy stunts and a lot of fun in every chapter of the movie.
After making 'Cape Sessions' with Kevin Langeree and the 'RECORDED' series with Youri Zoon, EyEFORcE productions decided it was time for something new, something unique. Making a movie with the best two kiteboarders in the world was a dream come true. Adding Nick Jacobsen to the equation proofed to be a winning formula.
Check the movie HERE!
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