A short movie that shows the deep motivation of passionate skateboarders. Once you got affected, it highly influences the rest of your life – for good. It is a motivation that keeps you going, while others just fall. You keep getting up again, and again…
Film/Edit By: Waylon Bone Music by: SeenMR “Exquisite Blends” More at: http://theridechannel.com/ SUBSCRIBE to RIDE: http://bit.ly/HZ9Dau Like RIDE on FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/ridechannel Follow RIDE on INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/ridechannel Follow RIDE on TWITTER: http://twitter.com/ridechannel Check out the RIDE WEBSITE: http://theridechannel.com/
For over 15 years now, Kyle Camarillo has been capturing epic moments of skateboard history with his photography, videography and directorial efforts.Check out one of his movies where Miles Silvas and Jack Curtin hitting the road…
Invade the streets v.2
Trapy presents “Invade the streets v.2” – A short film exploring some unusual skate spots from the surroundings of Barcelona.
Featuring Ruben Garcia, Tiago Almança, Fran Leon aka Harry, Eric Peramos, Josep Cañadas, Kike Escudero & Kevin Nevado.
Filmed & Edited by Tiago Almança.
Additional Filming by Ruben Garcia & Raul Ramirez.
Supported by TapuFilms
POSTCARD from KØBENHAVN
from Luc Kämpfen
Our crew enjoyed a few days of nordic summer in the city of copenhagen.
Super8 film & edit: Luc Kämpfen
Additional filming: Marco Stocker, Christian Zemp, Luc Kämpfen, Reto Röllin and Rose
from Sean Slobodan
I had a free afternoon while shooting in northern California and decided to go down to the local skatepark with some friends. Here’s some footage that Connor and I shot of local ripper Justin and his homies.
ANTIZ “OUT OF THE BLUE” VIDEO
from Antiz Skateboards
“Out Of The Blue” is the new Antiz movie by Ludo Azémar
Featuring: Rémy Taveira / Gabriel Engelke / Hugo Liard / Michel Marhinger / Dominik Dietrich / Peter Molec / and the rest of the team
Thanks to all the filmers to support this project
Peter Brings the Shadow to Life
from predatory bird
The title of this video by Joe Pease comes from this essay – yhoo.it/IBn2mK – which contains paragraphs such as, “It is not uncommon for children to play with their shadows or to imagine that they are tangible. However, in order to grow up, children must leave behind this fantasy…no one ever fully grows up. Instead, growing up is a process that continues throughout life.” Of course, it might just be a bunch of shadows. Music by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis.