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Arpentage Hors Piste | Retrospective: Full Video

Wednesday, September 9th, 2015

Arpentage Hors Piste | Retrospective: Teaser

The two first steps were made in November 2013. First of all, along with Guillaume Chaboud and Davai production, we released a small film that was broadcasted during the festival.

Over 40.000 people have been exposed to this video: its aim was to explain to an unsuspecting audience the way rollerbladers alternatively look upon the city.

Moreover, we also did three shows in different places in the little neighbourhood where the festival took place. More precisely, 5 skaters (Remy Meister, Mathieu Heinemann, Hadrien Bastouil, Charlie Ruckly and Arsene Jurman) tried to skate, while Johan Berthonneau explained to the public what street skating actually is (for example, how we choose a spot, what’s our lifestyle like, etc).

Several urban planners worked on this project too, and explained both to the public and ourselves how urban space is conceived and built. The whole project is basically a meeting between an unsuspecting public, urban planners, and a bunch of street skaters interviews.

The last step of a project is always the hardest one… But it is now certain that a retrospective documentary on this original event will be broadcasted worldwide soon. It is edited by Arsene Jurman and ARTSN production. Not only will you get to see original tricks but also interviews of skaters, urban planners, and the artistic director as well.

In the next few days I will be working on the diffusion. I have already met some institutions, festivals, and websites outside of blading that are interested. We will see where that road leads us.

Arpentage Hors Piste | Retrospective: Teaser

Thursday, February 12th, 2015

Off Road Pacing | English subtitled.

Arpentage Hors Piste | Retrospective: Teaser

The two first steps were made in November 2013. First of all, along with Guillaume Chaboud and Davai production, we released a small film that was broadcasted during the festival.

Over 40.000 people have been exposed to this video: its aim was to explain to an unsuspecting audience the way rollerbladers alternatively look upon the city.

Moreover, we also did three shows in different places in the little neighbourhood where the festival took place. More precisely, 5 skaters (Remy Meister, Mathieu Heinemann, Hadrien Bastouil, Charlie Ruckly and Arsene Jurman) tried to skate, while Johan Berthonneau explained to the public what street skating actually is (for example, how we choose a spot, what’s our lifestyle like, etc).

Several urban planners worked on this project too, and explained both to the public and ourselves how urban space is conceived and built. The whole project is basically a meeting between an unsuspecting public, urban planners, and a bunch of street skaters interviews.

The last step of a project is always the hardest one… But it is now certain that a retrospective documentary on this original event will be broadcasted worldwide soon. It is edited by Arsene Jurman and ARTSN production. Not only will you get to see original tricks but also interviews of skaters, urban planners, and the artistic director as well.

In the next few days I will be working on the diffusion. I have already met some institutions, festivals, and websites outside of blading that are interested. We will see where that road leads us.

Off road pacing by Guillaume Chaboud (Davai)

Friday, December 6th, 2013

French documentary with english subtitles. Montpellier, France.

Off road pacing by Guillaume Chaboud (Davai)

Arpentage Hors-Piste (partie 1). Le film suivant a ete diffuse dans le Cadre de la ZAT (Zone Artistique Temporaire). Toutes les images ont ete tournees dans le petit quartier ou se deroulait cette manifestation culturelle. 40000 spectateurs sont susceptibles d’avoir vu ce film qui a pour objectif d’expliquer, à un public non-averti, comment les rollerbladers construisent un regard alternatif sur la ville.

Off road pacing (part 1). The following video was shown for and during the ZAT (Temporary Artistic Zone). Every clip and image were shot in the small area where this cultural event took place. Over 40000 people may have seen this video which aim was to explain to an unsuspecting audience the way rollerbladers alternatively look upon the city.

Arpentage Hors-Piste (partie 2) sera diffusee dans les prochaines semaines. Ce deuxieme film montrera ce que Mathieu Heinemann, Remy Meister, Charly Ruckly, Hadrien Bastouil et Thomas Riffaud ont reussi à faire dans les rues, devant le public. Mais aussi des temoignages d’urbanistes, du directeur artistique de la manifestation et de toute l’équipe qui a contribué à la réussite de ce projet.

Off road pacing (part 2) will be available within the next weeks. This second movie will show what Matthieu Heinemann, Remy Meister, Charlie Ruckly, Hadrien Bastouil and Thomas Riffaud have managed to do live in the streets, in front of the public. It will also give you an insight of the project with testimonies and interviews from the artistic director of the ZAT, city planners and the whole team who took part in the success of this project.

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