RUAPEHU. A TRIBUTE TO OUR SKIING PIONEERS

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John Ball has lived at the foot of Mt Ruapehu for the past 35 years. He came to New Zealand from Canada in 1970 as a ski instructor to teach for the Chateau Ski School and thus began a string of 70 consecutive winters teaching and directing ski schools in New Zealand, Canada and the USA.

Portrait of how skiing developed on Ruapehu and describes how Ball’s own experience teaching skiing on the mountains slopes had a profound influence on him and inspired him to research and tell this story.

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Year 2007

Reference number F102741

Collection Film and Video Collection

Media type Moving Image

Place of Production NEW ZEALAND/AOTEAROA

Genre Short

Duration 01:11:41

Production company John Ball Productions

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Credits Director: John Ball
Camera: John Ball
Editor: John Ball
Sound Mix: Visual Media Tv Video Production
Dvd Compilation: Visual Media Tv
Dvd Compilation: Video Production

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