The third Installment from Mindgame, BANG will make you reevaluate everything you thought you knew about tricks, style and editing. It brings rolling to heights never before imagined. Witness the masters who blend creativity & fluidity.
Track Listing By Rollingvideos.
Intro: Murder By Death – You Are the Last Dragon
Aaron Feinberg: Tv on the Radio – Staring at the Sun
Don Bambrick: Passage – Poem to The Hospital
Friends: Pinback – Syracuse
Dustin Latimer: Matthew Cooker – Thanks Eddie (Clean Version)
Crash Section: Earlimart – We’re So Happy (We Left The Piano In The Truck)
Brian Aragon: Deep Puddle Dynamics – d. Mothers of Invention
Chris Farmer: Midnight Movies – Just To Play
Credits: The Black Heart Procession – Waterfront (The Sinking Road)
Team Section: Sole – Salt On Everything
First Issue of the legendary rollerblading video-magazine made by Drew Bachrach and Arlo Eisenberg. Circa 2001.
Four By Four team video #1 by Pat Lennen and Jan Welch. A Rat Tail production.
Starring: Alex Broskow, Chris Haffey, Pat Lennen, Brian Shima, and more.
Jan Welch teamed up with Razors Skates to produce their first Amateur Team video.
Everyone knows that Razors has had one of the best Amateur Teams in our sport and this video showcased their talent. This video has full profiles on Colin Kelso, Micah Yeager, Tory Treseder, Charles Dunkle, Jeff Stockwell, Jason Howard, Sean Kelso, Damien Wilson and features a shared section between Mike French, Eric Perkett, Dustin Jones and Tory Treseder.
This video was filmed on location in San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, the San Francisco Bay Area, Humbolt County, Philadelphia, New York City, Tokyo, Osaka, as well as covering 14 states during the Razor Blitz Tour.
At a time of change and influence, VG22 comes with another classic. There was over a year and a half of filming and traveling that went into the making of a very special issue entitled VG22, Coast to Coast.
VG22 features some of the best skating recently captured. The featured profiles include: Ben Weis (MN), Brian Aragon (CO) , Cameron Card (UT), and JC Rowe (MI).
The Skate Stop this issue is a visit out to the outlaw life at JB’s house in Arizona , where there is plenty of partying and amazing spots. This is also Dave Paine’s last issue as full time editor, so enjoy a Director’s last wack at all the favorite sections that made VG so infamous. There is plenty of B Role and Bonus sections in the DVD menu, so enjoy over 100 minutes of hotness.
Featuring Louie Zamora, Randy Spizer, Josh Petty, Dustin Halleran, Dre Powell, Dominic Sagona, Vinny Minton, Iain Mcleod & More.
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.