Headcase Live Bonus: Jon Julio Section + More
Headcase Live Bonus: Jon Julio Section + More
The Apple that fell far from the Tree is a documentary film that depicts a day in the life of Mr. Sean Sea, however on this particular day he experiences a series of daydreams, reflecting different times in his life, that flash through his head uncontrollably throughout the day.
Reflecting on his rollerblading lifestyle and a series of traumatic events that resulted from it causes him to spiral downward into a sad state of depression and lunacy. He comes to the realization that his dedication to his lifestyle has guided him nowhere except into the dirt.
He symbolically covers himself in mud and parades through the streets in one last-ditch effort to eliminate some of the ignorance and stupidity that surrounds his lifestyle. However as he continues parading through the streets covered in mud, he finally realizes his choice to continue on with this lifestyle is not contigent upon how anyone views it, but is for different reasons altogether. Sean Cullen is a real person. The outcome of his lifestyle is yet to be determined.
Also Starring Patrick Lennen and Erik Bailey. Produced by Patrick Lennen.
Additional Editing by Paul John. Tromatik Pictures 2004.
Featuring profiles on Ben Weis, Pat Lennen, Jon Murakami, Mike Choley, Sean Cullen, Ruben Feinberg, Casey Bagozzi, and two Erik Bailey sections.
Tracklist courtesy of Rollingedits.
Featuring sections Jon Julio (12:57), Josh Petty (23:37) & Dustin Latimer (30:39). produced by Jon Julio, Brian Smith & TJ Webber.
Soundtrack courtesy of Rollingvideos
Profiles of Chris Haffey, Randy Spizer, Brandon Campbell, Alex Broskow and Mike Leaf. Also featuring Chris Farmer, Louie Zamora, Connor O’Brien, Brandon Mateer and more. 2013 Repost.
My second video, but the first one I actually edited on a computer. You can tell I had fun with some effects that were available. Sections on Billy O’Neill, Franco Cammayo, Austin Paz and Thomasz Roginski. – Austin Paz.
Sections: Encore (03:51), Billy O’Neill (07:46), Montage 1 (11:52), Thomasz Roginski (14:55), Franco Cammayo (18:19), Montage 2 (21:24), Austin Paz (25:46), Outro (31:28), B-roll (35:34).
Sections: Billy O’Neill (2:01), Montage 1 (4:51), Narong My (9:20), Thomasz Roginski (12:20), Montage 2 (14:08), Franco Cammayo (17:29), Falls (21:12), Austin Paz (23:55), Montage 3 (28:33), Outro (32:42), B-Roll (37:56).
Previously: Time to waste (2006) by Austin Paz: Full Video.
Sections: Franco Cammayo (4:37), New Jersey (8:16), Austin Paz (11:26), Billy O’Neill (18:30), Outro (22:34).
With all your favourite pros. Section of Chris Haffey at 16:00. Also featuring the famous leap of faith slam with Ian Brown (24:35).
Bonus: Ian Brown vs the Leap of Faith (2000) by Jan Welch
Song: Pink Floyd – Wish You Were. 2012 Repost.
In 2000, Ian Brown from Australia attempted to jump the now infamous “leap of faith” in San Diego for his first and last time.
Unlike everyone before and after him he did not jump the “leap of faith” by simply acid dropping over the top of the rail.
Ian tried to clear the first set and the part of the flat before going over the rail.
He did not have enough speed and hit the rail with his lower back while rotated 180. This edit was made and never released.
It was supposed to appear in United Front 2: Trash (2004) as a bonus section but there was not enough space left on the Dvd to include it.
A retrospective remix from almost a decades’ worth of raw footage tapes. Released in 2004, with an original skater-produced soundtrack. – Beau Cottington. 2011 Repost.
Beau Cottington: More Media
Daily Bread DBV1, Transcend (1998), Forest Fire (1998), Uncloned (Razors Team Video, 2001), Concentration (2001, Esco Zoo), Closer (Razors Team Video, 2003), Salomon Street Video (2003), Respect (2004).
Bryan Bell‘s late 90s video “My Daily Routine” is a certified classic. It’s the perfect place to kick off a column about blade treasures from the past.
“My Daily Routine” looks exactly like what it is, a bunch of friends going out and fucking around with a video camera. It makes skating look like a lot of fun and doesn’t take itself too seriously. It is full of shots filmed with poorly-sized fisheye lenses, lines on small ledges and benches, 360s off of curbs, graffiti, break dancing, booty shakin, boozing, fights, enough mushroom blading to make those guys from Vancouver proud, homemade bombs, and plenty of other shit to make your mom upset that she bought it for you.
All of that B-roll helped keep the video interesting and added to the flow of it. It was always a favorite of my friends that didn’t blade… […]
Full Article on One.
Full Video: Playlist on Youtube. With sections of Louis Zamora, Eric Schrijn, Josh Petty, Champion Baumstimler, Bryan Bell & more.
Produced by Shawn Engler and Charles Dunkle. Featuring Vinny Minton, Tory Treseder, Jaren Grob, Victor Arias, Ivan Narez, Casey Bagozzi, Jeromy Morris, Jeremy Gallegos, Charles Dunkle, Frankie Morales & more.
Courtesy of Rollingvideos.
Thanks Nycolas (forums).