Posts Tagged ‘tom sharman’
Many Revolutions is a feature length rollerblading film brought to you by Leon Humphries and Tom Sharman, based in and around London, UK. Here you’ll see a condensed melee of action, colour and sound which we hope will ignite your imagination.
This film features our friends, most of who are residents of London. The viewer will also be treated to the talents of like-minded individuals, who travelled to visit us and skate together.
Coming early 2016 and available through VOD.
Featuring James Bower and Neil Ingall. Filmed by Tom Sharman and Jon Lee on Sony VX-1000 and Hi8 cameras. Visit Dirt-box.com.
Spectating the spectators. Winterclash took place on the 20th and 21st of February at Area 51 skatepark in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. This is one man and his handycam recording on what’s going on around him, rather than just the tricks.
2015 Winner: David Sizemore (full results).
2014 Winner: CJ Wellsmore (full results).
2013 Winner: Nils Jansons (full results).
2012 Winner: Julien Cudot (full results).
2011 Winner: Dominik Wagner (full results).
2010 Winner: Julien Cudot (full results).
2009 Winner: Brian Aragon (full results).
2008 Winner: Erik Bailey (full results).
2007 Winner: Stephane Alfano (full results).
2006 Winner: Brian Aragon (full results).
2005 Winner: Matthias Ogger (full results).
Kaltik introduced many new members to the team both Pro and Amateur also including the Vandal Team with the 3 new model Freestyle Frames. Unfortunately Steve Swain, Roman Abrate and Joey Egan were injured towards the end of the year so they don’t have clips in the edit. – Kaltik.
Music by Future Las.
This is our interval from daily life, our interlude. This dream-like short film attempts to depict a specific personal escapism.
Part of a potential conceptual series based on abstract visions of rollerblading, exploring various thoughts surrounding it. – Tom Sharman.
This piece was originally made specially for the F-Squared:dotREC film night in Hackney Downs Studios, London. Many thanks to my good friend Martin Weissenstein for writing and speaking for the film. Music: Godspeed You Black Emperor – Providence.