A timeless ski and snowboard adventure in Kyrgyzstan
Chronoception is more than just a documentary film. It is an epic adventure that takes you to the remote and majestic mountains of Kyrgyzstan, where four snowboarders and two guides embark on a quest to explore the unknown.
Directed by Guillaume Broust, a renowned author and filmmaker who specializes in outdoor documentaries, Chronoception showcases the beauty and diversity of Kyrgyzstan, a land of nomads and ancient traditions.
The film also delves into the fascinating concept of chronoception, which is the subjective perception of time and how it changes depending on the situation and the environment. In this film, you will witness a space where time seems to have stopped, and where the snowboarders experience a different way of living and seeing the world. Chronoception is a film that celebrates the spirit of exploration, adventure, and connection with nature and people.
Chronoception premiered in Annecy last week and will be available on YT from Spring 2024.
Thomas DELFINO Thomas is the driving force behind the expedition to Kyrgyzstan, a curious adventurer who loves to explore new places and challenges. He never gave up on his dream of skiing in a region that is not known for snow sports, and he inspired everyone around him with his persistence and positivity. He always finds a way to overcome obstacles and to smile in any situation. He has an eagle eye for spotting the most amazing mountains and peaks that are waiting to be discovered.
Léa KLAUE Léa is the female energy of the group, a professional snowboarder who grew up in the Swiss mountains. She is not afraid to compete with the boys, to carry a heavy backpack, or to venture into unknown territories. She is always motivated and ready for action. She accepted the challenge of travelling to a remote corner of Asia, where skiing is a foreign word, and she did it with grace and style.
Aurélien LARDY Aurélien is a versatile athlete who can fly, bike, or ski with ease. He loves the mountains and he knows how to shred them. He is always up for a high-altitude climb and a steep descent. He jumped at the opportunity to explore the hidden peaks of Kyrgyzstan, a place he could barely pronounce. He brought his joyful enthusiasm and his adventurous spirit to the expedition, and he only had one problem: saying the name of the destination, “Kyrgyzya or Kyrzygy, or something like that.”