Sous le ciel de Paris
from Neels Castillon
“Fragmented memories of a skateboarding day in Paris. The approach was to work on the symbiosis between live-action, design and wicked sound design.” (For a better experience watch it in HD and use Headphones)
Arthur Turpin, Andrea Giallonardo, Djessy Homé
Music & Sound design by Yann Levasseur
Strike and Destroy – Luan Oliveira
Like the Brazilian futbol greats that have come before him, Luan possesses the remarkable ability to make magic with his feet. When we say this piece is beautiful, we mean it – exceptional cinematography coupled with the board control of a skateboard wizard. Enjoy!
Finally spring comes to Del Mar Skatehouse. Starring David Barreras and Sebastián Villani. Shot & edited by Iñigo Jiménez. https://www.facebook.com/delmarskatehouse Music by Woods https://www.facebook.com/woodsfamilyband
Nike SB – Brotherhood Of The Feet
from Shadowplay Films
Nike Europe sent Shadowplay Films and Make Lemonade off to Brazil
to shoot a film for Nike SB’s Brotherhood of the Feet campaign.
For the occasion of a new Nike Skateboarding line tied in to the Brazil World Cup,
the films draws subtle parallels between the worlds of skateboarding and soccer.
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…
Arbor Skateboards :: Alicia Fillback
Washington native Alicia Fillback clocks fly time and gnar points every single day. As one of the hardest working females in downhill skateboarding she’s refined a freeride style all her own that mixes technical sliding, power, and a level head when stakes are high. Typically used to riding her Backlash 37 on the urban landscapes of Portland and San Francisco, this time she tackles the big mountains of Southern California.
Charley Ford Forever
from Kevin Strick
“Charley Ford Forever” is a passion project from cinematographer Nate Klein and video editor Kevin Strick. For those not close to the skateboarding community, Charley Ford, aka CJ, was a skater from South Central LA that was the unfortunate victim of a homicide on October 21st, 2012. CJ was on his way to making a name for himself within the skateboarding industry, having racked up a healthy list of sponsors, a ‘Mag Minute’ spotlight on The Skateboard Mag’s website, and filming with established videographers such as Nigel Alexander. Charley had an energy, charisma, and raw talent to him that magnetized people who, in turn, wanted to be around him and see him ‘make it’ in skateboarding.
A 43 year old Jan Waage, former Bones Brigader, retired professional skateboarder went on a small holiday off the coast of France in Biarritz. After supporting Jan, at Cleptomanicx, for many years it is pleasure to see footage of him skating and even more so to see it live. When we recieved the clip in […]
Based on the idea of if walls could actually talk, ‘One Last Ride’ explores the memory and history of an abandoned warehouse through the last ride of a lone skateboarder. Inspired by the beauty of decay in many forgotten spaces around the world, this short film is a visual ode to a bygone era of […]