Posts Tagged ‘frated’

Mark Stamer: Frated Dvd Section (2007)

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

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Frated is a Rollerblading DVD by Andi Jansen and Mark Stamer released in 2007, featuring riders from north Germany and Denmark.

Filmed by Andi Jansen ; Edited by Mark Stamer. Song: Brad Hamers – Half World.

Previously

Frated Dvd: Online!

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

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quoting Toxboe:

Frated is a German-Danish joint DVD venture that has come out beautifully.

To my great pleasure, I just found out that has been uploaded on youtube by its creators. So sit back and enjoy Jacob Juul, Seth Nicolas, Martin Gade, Mark Stamer, Alec Schandert and more.

Jacob Juul Profile:

What is Frated?

Basically, FRATED represents a regular rollerblading DVD, but behind this humble facade conceals an interesting background which makes it a unique project.

The name FRATED [to frat] is english and can be translated as ‘made friends with’ and therefore perfectly describes what the whole project is about – namely bringing together rollerbladers from Denmark and North Germany.

Throughout all summer skaters from both sides of the border were traveling to their neighboring country in order to meet, skate and subsequently to have a lot of fun together.

They were given the chance to combine their favorite thing to do with the possibility to see other cities, always accompanied by an HD camera recording the most amazing moments and of cause the most incredible skatesessions going down.

More profiles on youtube.

Frated: Alec Schandert Section

Thursday, July 3rd, 2008

Alec Schandert

Frated : DVD from North Germany + Denmark

Wednesday, December 13th, 2006

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Basically, FRATED represents a regular rollerblading DVD, but behind this humble facade conceals an interesting background which makes it a unique project. The name FRATED can be translated as ‘made friends with’ and therefore perfectly describes what the whole project is about – namely bringing together rollerbladers from Denmark and North Germany. Throughout all summer skaters from both sides of the border were traveling to their neighboring country in order to meet, skate and subsequently to have a lot of fun together.

They were given the chance to combine their favorite thing to do with the possibility to see other cities, always accompanied by an HD camera recording the most amazing moments and of cause the most incredible skatesessions going down. All this would not have been possible without the great support of ‘Pool für Kultur- und Jugend (People to People) Region Sønderjylland-Schleswig’, an organisation supporting relationships between young people from Germany and Denmark. THANK YOU!

Check out the trailer and a nice gallery here.