TEN, a cameraman's tale
Switzerland / 2008 / 36'
Ten - A cameraman's tale is a documentary film about free-ride snowboarding, seen through Guido Perrini’s eyes. Shot in 16mm, the film shows some of the best snowboarders and free-riders worldwide, including: Xavier De Le Rue, Nicolas and Loris Falquet, Henrik Windstedt, Jeremy Jones, Phil Meier, Jean-Yves Michellod and Geraldine Fasnacht. Shot in different locations throughout the world, from Alaska to Chile, from Canada to Russia, the film digs into the passion, talent and daily hazards of free-riding.
Guido Perrini is a freelance cameraman and director of photography. He lives and works in Switzerland. He specialises in sport photography and footage, especially ski and snowboard action. He signed the photography of Huck & Chuck, Bob, Loser, Hike & Ride as well as the direction of Flipped, Verbier Ride freeride, Snows in the House and Rip Curl freeride world tour.