This post is dedicated to Daniel ‘Mamba’ Medovich.
This post is dedicated to Daniel ‘Mamba’ Medovich.
One Mag posted a Lookback article about Joe Navran’s F.O.R. (1998). Link
“Skating has to mature and grow, which it hasn’t. It has regressed.” — Beau Cottington
It has been 12 years since Joe Navran’s film “The Future of Rollerblading” was released. In between every section there were interludes about our future. Some of them were quotes from skaters about their views, and some were quotes from rappers taken out of context that were pulled from the 1997 DJ Krush album “Milight.” […]
Here’s a look at Joe Navran’s 1998 video, “Future of Rollerblading.” Featuring Erik Burke, Robert Lievanos, Dustin Latimer, Josh Clarke, Jason Marshall, John Starr, Brian Shima, Pat Lennen, Matt Andrews, and “Future Prospects” John Glynn, Kevin Gillan, Billy Prislin, Pat Milbery, and more… This video inspired A LOT of people to make their own blade flicks.
The first full length video from Carl Sturgess, and what a first effort it is. You get TWO Jeff Stockwell profiles, an Iain Mcleod section, as well as a first look at Mikey Marquez and Scott Ledinski.
Skating from Chris Haffey, Brandon Campbell, Alex Broskow, Chris Farmer, Connor O’Brien, Don Bambrick, Colin Mcleod, and many others. Definitely a DVD to check out for super high quality filming, great editing, and great music selection.
Visual Thoughts Media presents “SPECTRUM”, starring Sergej Staub, Sebastian Siwczynski, Tim Schulz, Steven Seagull and Artem Felk.
Shot on location in various german cities from April to December of 2009.
Filmed with a Canon HV30, Letus Mini 35mm Adapter and Canon FD Lenses (15mm 2.8, 24mm 2.8, 50mm 1.4, 135mm 2.5).
The Timelapses were taken with a Canon EOS 500D and different lenses (Canon 18-55mm 3.5-5.6 IS, Sigma 10-20mm 4-5.6, Sigma 30mm 1.4, Sigma 24-70 2.8, Canon TS-E 24mm).
I made a limited run of 50 hard copies on a Mini-DVD Format, contact me if you are interested in one! Thanks for watching!
Filmed and edited by Joe Navran. Future Prospect Productions.
Profiles on Franky Morales, Jimmy Shuda, Abdiel Colberg and Rachard Johnson.
Featuring people such as Brian Shima, Dustin Latimer, Josh Petty, Dominic Sagona, Tat Nasu, Shayne Skowers and many others.
More Eyes On Our Eye Sections:
Produced by Lubos Turek (Czech Republic) ; Bladeism features spots and skaters from all over Europe. Filmed in 2009.
BLADEISM = The religion where, since there is no god, your skates become your god, and will bend at your will. To become a bladeist you must put all of your efforts into rollerblading, devote your life to pissing off pedestrians, comitting vandalism and tresspassing, and titfuck.
(Koubis Note: The Video is disturbingly safe for work)
Filmed all over europe in 2009.
Skaters: Petr Taraba, Lubos Turek, Daniel Hanka, Tomas Odlozil, Jirka Tomasek, Ales Spidla, Joery vd Pol, Daniel Anzola, Mike Simpson, Ondra Mareth, Graeme Forbes, Thomas Pfluger, Luke Terry, Radek Houska, Lewis Bowden, Dexter, Michal Brzon, Dominik Wagner, Standa Prosek, Toni Cheetah, Jacob Juul, Jair Smids, Marbin, Martin van Drunen, Dre Powell, Jefferson Santana, Daniel Kupr, Jordi Mestre, Jindra Kodicek, Michal Stastny, Kuda Horak, Lada Konstiak, Lukas Sladek, Honza Puchyr, Pavel Mrnavek, Jakub Koncir, Ernest Fabik, Antonio Friedrich.
Skating from Andrew Dipaolo, Kyle Wood, Mat Grimes, Stefan Brandow, Ben Poling, Steven Tat, Daniel Powell, and many more… Mainly filmed in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Kentucky.
Many of the featured skaters are also in Hawke’s new video, Oh he knows available at Aggressive Mall and Rollerwarehouse. Also… Guap is the hoodrich way to talk about money, for all you kids from the suburbs, oh wait… shit.
“B-Roll” is a skate video produced in Buffalo, NY, starring Dan Barnes, Josh Marlinski, Ricky Coster, Cris Parwluski, and many other skaters from western new york.
B-Roll (Buffalo, NY): Full Video
B-Roll (Buffalo, NY): Dan Barnes Section
What is left to say about the Bitter Cold Showdown? Each and every year is bigger, better and more exciting than the last.
The 9th annual Bitter Cold Showdown was no different. Jeff Dalnas, Franco Cammayo, Mathias Silhan, Jon Jon Bolino, David Sizemore, Brian Aragon, Chris Haffey, Alex Broskow and Montre Livingston battled it out for the 2009 title and kept the crowd cheering until the very end.
The 2009 DVD features every unforgettable trick from the contest along with commentary from the competitors. In addition to the contest, Detroit native J.C. Rowe takes you through the official industry trade show to give you an inside look at what’s going on with some of your favorite rollerblading brands.
The DVD also features the World Rolling Series pro tour and covers events from Australia, France, England and Spain. If you haven’t had the opportunity to experience the BCSD first hand or are one of the hundreds of attendees eager to see everything you missed, pick up the Bitter Cold Showdown 2009 DVD and enjoy every moment of the world’s biggest rollerblading event.
Thanks Daniel Kinney.
A rollerblading video by Ryan Buchanan. Sections on Chad Hornish, Ryan Daily, Luke Kimberly, and Kenny Scherf.
Check the full Video on the forums.
Thanks Ryan B.
Filmed in Finland (Summer 2007) in Helsinki, Tampere, Jyvaskyla, Seinajoki, Savonlinna & Tallin. Edited By: Konsta Kortteinen.
Featuring profiles of Jesse Viitanen & Konsta Kortteinen. Also featuring Mats-Kaarel Ruus, Eero Jarvinen, Jonne Linna-alho, Riiko Schamarin, Samu Kukkonen, Tommi Rytkonen, Lauri Rantanen, Jani Tolli and more.