‘We Are Blood’ (Official Trailer in 4K) | Featuring Paul Rodriguez and Many More
from Mountain Dew
We Are Blood is a modern day skate epic featuring Paul Rodriguez and other top skateboarders as they travel the globe pushing the limits of what’s possible on a board and four wheels while celebrating the unconditional bond created by the simple act of skateboarding. Directed by Ty Evans, We Are Blood is filmed using state-of-the-art cameras to creatively capture the most cutting-edge, progressive skating experience imaginable. Produced by Mountain Dew Green Label Films in association with Brain Farm.
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
TJ Rogers: Smile | Barcelona + Whitby Sessions
from Red Bull
You’re probably familiar with the expression, “Live to skate, skate to live,” but in the case of Canadian rider TJ Rogers who, as a young teenager, committed his life to the sport, the sport may very well have saved his life.
DC SHOES: MIKEY TAYLOR FOR THE MIKEY 2
You can tell by the permanent smile on his face that Mikey Taylor’s love for skateboarding runs deep. We are proud to present his latest video offering for the Mikey Taylor 2 with UNILITE.
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.
Skating the Ancient Road to Kashgar – The Silky Way – Chapter 4
from Red Bull
The Silky Way wraps up in Kashgar, the oasis city on the western boarder of China, Tajikstan, and Kyrgyztan. The guys immediately go to a meat market and ride some camels before jumping on their boards. China’s plazas turn out to be staple spots at all the stops, and Daniel Pannemann lands the biggest backside 180 of the whole tour.
Moritz Rau in China
from Philipp Bernhardt
My friend Moritz from Switzerland came to visit me in Guangzhou for 2 weeks. Filmed in Guangzhou, Foshan and Hong Kong.
Soundtrack: James Brown – It’s a Man’s Man’s World
Sony A7II (8-15mm, 16mm, 50mm)