SKATEBOARDING IN INDIA FULL LENGTH DOCUMENTARY (UNCENSORED)
from IMPRINT PROJECTS
In 2012 Levi’s Skateboarding worked with HolyStoked, and an international team of skateboarders, journalists, photographers and filmmakers to build India’s first entirely free skatepark in Bangalore. During the build Imprint Projects work with filmmaker Simon Weyhe to create a documentary distributed as a three part series to launch the Fall collection.
A Portuguese Adventure – Part I
from Bustin Boards
‘For All Who Push’, our new brand statement at BustinBoards.com, is designed to celebrate creative skaters, artists, musicians and activists around the world. In keeping, we put together this journey through Portugal on skateboards with three of the most talented artists we know. Join two of Bustin most famous Pro Skateboards, Bruno Sirera Sorondo and Toti Bicicleta, with filmmaker Perropro as they explore the skate-able habitats of one of Europe’s oldest countries.
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.
From The Cottage
from Mick Soiza
Jimmy Kakanis immersed himself into art by handcrafting skateboards to be able to create a job that incorporates all his lifestyle loves of skating, surfing and having a good time.
Keep On Pushin’
Keep on Pushin’ represents what skateboarding means to me, it is my way of thanking skateboarding for all that it has given me.
Keep On Pushin’ is part of REDirect, a celebration of skateboard filmmaking between red.com and theberrics.com. Showcasing twelve of the most renowned skateboarding filmmakers in the world, each filmmaker had 2 months to shoot and edit a short film about skateboarding. The contestants were kitted with all components needed to shoot on RED.
Thank you Berrics and RED for the opportunity to be a part of such an amazing project.
“A soul that sees beauty may sometimes walk alone” This is a short film about drawing lines on the streets of Tarifa, Spain. Through the eyes of Lidewij Hartog. Lines by Samuel Cardenas Marin. Oh My Long, Goat and Vandalucia — Shot on a Panasonic GH5 and Sigma Art 50mm f/1.4 Graded with Filmconvert