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The UK might not have the biggest mountains and powder days are rare as hell but nevertheless they have one of the fastig growing and most enthusiastic freeski scenes in Europe, plus there has been great talent comming out of the Queens Kingsdom,  speaking Paddy Graham or James Woddsy Woods to only name the 2 biggest players today.

Get to know the Brtish freeski scene and come on a journey through the UK’s best dry slope and indoor parks in “God Save The Scene”.

 Think skiing in the UK isn’t worth your while? Then think again!

This summer the Ski The Kingdom team headed on a journey around the UK to continue their mission of supporting, promoting and developing the people, places and attitudes that make the UK Freeski scene so great.

The result? “God Save The Scene” our first feature film, entirely self-funded and independently produced.

Filmed at a wide variety of UK slopes including Stoke, Tamworth, Halifax, Snowtrax [Christchurch], Swadlincote, Gloucester, The Snow Centre [Hemel], Kendal, Xscape [Milton Keynes] and even a secret setup in Hereford.

Come and join us as we explore why you should #SkiTheKingdom!

Directed, Principal Cinematography and Editing by
Jack Tompkins [jacktompkins.co.uk]

Secondary Cinematography
Chris Cheseldine

Skiers and Snowboarders

Will Tucker, Tom Smith, Row Emery, Ant Smith, Josh Jenkins, Gareth Vogan, Harry Shaw, Twig Spensely, Tom Greenway, Luke Rogers, Sam Brennan Tom Crane, Dean Harris, Josh Johnstone, Millie Wilkinson, Ted Halket and more UK skiers.

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British Freeskiing, dry slope, God Save the Queen