Sun Dog (2014)

Sun Dog (2014) - shadow campaign

Sun Dog (2014) – Shadow campaign

Sun Dog (2014) – two mountain souls sharing a day In the snow-capped Argentinian peaks

In the snow-capped Argentinian peaks, Refugio Frey is the only protection from the ravaging winds, drawing wanderers of all sorts to its doors. When a dog named Conga arrives and leads skier Santiago Guzman into the hills with her infectious energy, the windswept landscape becomes a backdrop for the pure joy of two mountain souls sharing a day in the wild.

We are proud to announce the beginning of an exciting new chapter in the DPS storyline, our new film wing, DPS Cinematic. DPS Cinematic has been in the works for several years. The vision has remained constant: to create an annual line-up of fresh, artistic, festival-worthy film shorts released online. Throughout the journey we’ve prioritized: meaningful storytelling amidst storm-chasing and deep powder riding, with using the latest and greatest camera equipment and leading cinematographers, all-the-while showcasing our skis on the feet of the DPS Koalas. – DPS cinematic.

Sun Dog, the latest film from Sturgefilm and DPS Cinematic, captures this unique and joyful bond between skier Santiago Guzman and his dog Conga in the rugged and wild peaks overlooking Bariloche, Argentina. Sun Dog is the third film in The Shadow Campaign series, presented by DPS Cinematic in association with Outdoor Research and Gore-Tex.

Directed by Ben Sturgulewski. Starring: Santiago Guzman and Conga

More info:

Sturgefilm
sturgefilm.com | Gore-Tex:
 dpsskis.com/cinematic
 | outdoorresearch.com
 goretex.com/shadow

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