"We've looked up to Iker as an icon of Spanish snowboarding for years, way before he ever filmed a part with BQP. It was a time when we were growing up and making a name for ourselves, and he was at his peak, filming parts with some of the biggest production companies out there. As time passed, BQP came into its own and Iker had a family, which changed his priorities. He wanted to stay closer to home and started spending more time with the Spanish scene, which led to us developing not only a good working relationship but also real friendship. It's now been two years that we've been filming with him, which led to us producing this documentary. It was an honor for us, if there is anyone in Spain who deserves a movie about his life it's Iker Fernandez."
- Matias Radaelli, Director & Producer of Saiko
We also sat down with the man himself, ladies and gentlemen, Iker Fernandez!
So Iker, how does it feel to have a movie made about you?
Personally, it feels really nice to have something like this happen. It's been many years since I've been involved in snowboarding, so the time was right to do this and lay it all out in one go. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank my sponsors and BQP for making it happen.