North of Nightfall: Exploring Big Mountain Lines in the Arctic

Red Bull Media House’s latest documentary, North of Nightfall, which captures Darren Berrecloth, Cam Zink, Carson Storch, and Tom van Steenbergen exploring massive, big mountain lines in the Arctic, is now available worldwide. The documentary produced in partnership with Freeride Entertainment, can be watched on digital platforms, DVD/Blu-Ray, and the summer screening tour, which kicks off in Seattle.

OUT TODAY! North of Nightfall Official Trailer:

North of Nightfall is available as a digital download in 4K through Vimeo On Demand, or in HD and SD on iTunes, Amazon, Vimeo On Demand, and Google Play. A 3-In-1 Collector’s Edition of North of Nightfall including the film on Blu-Ray, DVD and a digital download are available through Amazon and The Red Bull Shop US.

“This film was the perfect recipe for me: take two of the world’s top riders, mix them with two of the hungriest up-and-comers and leave them alone on an uninhabited island with arguably the biggest terrain ever ridden in the sport,” said Jeremy Grant, who directed North of Nightfall. “We all learned a great deal from this film, which started as a mission to ride massive lines in the Arctic, but organically transformed into much more than that. The expedition became a chance to learn about a region that is so spectacular and still so unknown.”

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About the Film

Each summer, the frozen landscape of Axel Heiberg Island, high in the Arctic Circle flourishes under endless daylight, revealing a spectacular ecosystem. Here the riders discovered a changing environment steeped in history, along with challenging descents unlike anything anyone’s ridden to date. Their goal was to explore, build up to, and ride these massive lines. The adventure tested not only their skill, but also their sanity, as they attempted to push freeriding’s progression 12-hours from the nearest hospital, during days without a beginning or end.

Film Viewing Tour

From Seattle, the screening tour heads east to Highland MTB Park (June 9), Dallas (June 12), Bentonville (June 21), Washington, D.C. (June 30), San Francisco (July 12), Denver (July 24), and more than a dozen other showings throughout the summer and into the fall. Additional opportunities to host screenings for North of Nightfall are available at

“The Unrideables franchise is dedicated to the athletes and visionaries, who are redefining what is possible in their sport,” said Scott Bradfield, Senior Vice President, Content for Red Bull Media House North America. “This epic journey and these athletes’ dedication represent sport progressing vision and effort at the highest level.”

North of Nightfall is the third film in Red Bull Media House, in association with Freeride Entertainment’s, The Unrideables series, which also includes Unrideables: Alaska Range (2015) and Distance Between Dreams (2016).

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