Feet Banks

Feet Banks is a writer and (shitty) filmmaker from the west coast of Canada who appreciates mountain views, campfires by the river, horror movies, books, naps, people who try new things, and pumpkin pie. He has been chipping away at the underlying truths, greater goods, and seedy underbellies of life since the late 1990s and is still not entirely convinced Western Civilization isn’t on the verge of collapse—if it can happen to the Inca, it can happen to us… Act accordingly.

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Feet First – Deep & Delicious

There are friends on a pow day.

Blake Jorgenson: Ride it Like It’s Stolen

Using words to talk about making pictures with one of the industry’s greatest.

Buried Treasure

Digging deep in Western Newfoundland.

Boarder Patrol

Is it wise to try and snowboard right on the Canada-USA border with no permission? Let’s find out.

Interview: Jay Baruchel

Feet talks to Canadian film icon Jay Baruchel in 2011.

Storm the Island

Six landlubbers find their sea legs, and the deepest snow of the year, amidst the salty spray and coastal rainforests of Vancouver Island.

Glory Holes, Helicopters, and other Fishy Tales

Notes from the Bella Coola Valley

Last Descents

Riding the end of the world.

Gili Trawangan

The island of many trips to the moon.

Music: Oh Shit! (Paradise)

Four groovin’ mixes from a master.