Now online, The Red Bulletin further extends its global reach

The Red Bulletin, the men’s active lifestyle magazine with a global print circulation of more than 2 million, is now also available online at redbulletin.com.

By adding another relevant channel to meet the demands of today’s audiences for easy-to-access premium content, the magazine further extends its reach and accessibility – and its global relevance for media buyers.

Thanks to the responsive design of redbulletin.com and its optimized usability, readers can easily dive into a world of action, sport, lifestyle, art, music and travel content right on their screens, in a format thoughtfully designed for the best and easiest user experience. All articles from the print edition captivate the reader with arresting visual story telling and extra content that takes them even deeper into the stories, such as behind-the-scenes videos, added images and insightful bonus text, uploaded daily. In this move, the redbulletin.com follows the Snowfall approach introduced by The New York Times in 2012 by translating the print magazine into visually appealing online content – including large photos over the entire screen, parallax scrolling and moving images.

The Red Bulletin and redbulletin.com are published by global media company Red Bull Media House in five languages – English, German, Spanish, Portuguese and French – with five international editions and 12 localized country versions.  

Savage Cinema will host the European Premiere of - On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter - for its second edition

This September, the Savage Cinema section of the San Sebastiàn Film Festival will host the European premiere of the new feature film coming from Red Bull Media House and Freeride Entertainment:

“On Any Sunday – The Next Chapter.” Directed by acclaimed filmmaker Dana Brown (“Step into Liquid,” “Dust to Glory”), the feature explores the excitement and passion of the world of motorcycle riding.

Shot in 4K Ultra HD, the film is modern take on 1971’s Academy-Award nominated “On Any Sunday” starring Steve McQueen. Directed by Dana Brown’s father, Bruce Brown (also an executive producer for the new film), the groundbreaking documentary transcended the sport, reaching a wide audience with engaging characters and heartfelt stories. The new release journeys even deeper into the humanity and emotion of motorcycle culture across disciplines – the passion for the race, the thrill of the ride, the love of family and friends. Featured are many of moto’s best, such as Robbie Maddison, Marc Márquez, Ashley Fiolek, Travis Pastrana, Kenny Roberts, James Stewart and Dani Pedrosa, as well as enthusiasts like actors Scott Caan and Mickey Rourke.

Introduced only last year, Savage Cinema offers a non-competitive selection of outstanding adventure and action sports films, showcasing innovative production and storytelling techniques and sharing the evolution of the genre with specialist and mainstream audiences alike.

To honor the European debut of Dana Brown's On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter, Savage Cinema has joined forces with motorcycle’s avant-garde specialty store, El Solitario to produce a haunting piece – watch the powerful clip here!

Radical Nighttime Snowboard Shots in “Frozen Motion”

The Slovenian photographer Samo Vidic used mirrors to shoot standout snowboarder Marko Grilc in extreme conditions, creating a set of top images to fascinate by unique perspectives and striking photography.

With a crew of 10 people, Vidic launched on what he admits was one of the hardest shoots he has ever undertaken and demonstrates that sometimes it’s possible to create extraordinary images even without a spectacular natural phenomenon.

All it takes is a creative mind, exceptional photography skills and, in this case, a talented and passionate snowboard pro. A selection of the “Frozen Motion” photographs is available for licensing now on redbullphotography.com.