Back in November, we saw the fruits of 686's labor with their first team video, ATLAS. The project was two years in the making, with Colton Feldman following Darrah, Forest, Riley, and Tommy across the globe, to five remote European towns, as they hit everything in their path. The movie speaks for itself, and while it needs no reintroduction, the 11-minutes of makes is just the tip of the iceberg. Submerged underneath is an entire backstory of BTS footage, unveiling what actually went down behind every clip. It only makes sense to do a deeper dive, and luckily Colton had the footage to do so.
Between Finland, Iceland, Norway, Romania, and Sweden, the camera never stopped rolling. Not only that, but Colton often rigged up multiple camera angles, catching everything else that could possibly go down while filming in the streets. A few notable civilian encounters, a few hit cars, and too many hijinks/spot battles to count, the four faces behind 686's ATLAS are back to recount it all.
Here's to the trials and tribulations of filming that you don't see, but probably should.