Regardless (2011) by Brandon Negrete. A video starring Chris Haffey, Andrew Jacuzzi, Keaton Newsom, Erik Stokley, Erik Bailey, Kruise Sapstein, Chris Dafick, Ross Kuhn, Jeff Stockwell, and John Bolino.
Soundtrack Listing (Listing courtesy of Rolling Videos).
More Goodies: Mindgame Words (2003): B-Roll.
The Nimh Team Video. Edited by Brian Shima, Dustin Raysik & Jan Welch. Featuring: John Bolino, Montre Livingston, Brian Shima, Joey Chase, Oli Short, Casey Mcfarland, Marc Moreno, Matty Schrock and many more Nimh supporters.
The video features profiles on: Brian Shima, Montre Livingston, Joey Chase, John Bolino, Marc Moreno and Oli Short. Gabriel Hyden was injured not able to film for the video. There are also profiles on flow riders: Matty Schrock and Casey Mcfarland. Other people featured in this video are Adam Brierly, Keith Brierly, Chris Tinsley, Chad Hornish, Jon Ortiz, Charles Dunkle, Michael Braud, Remy Meister, Sam Tufnell, Mirek Ragen, Alex Rudolph, Bruno Santos, Daniel Anzola, Leon Humphries, Mineroh, Paco Rey Jeremy Spira, Zach Gutweiler and more…
Music: Nipsey Hussle - Prolific.
Haitian Magazine’s second full feature film. Dominic Bruce, Matthias St John, Jona Seufferheld, Seba Seufferheld, Martim Braz-Tiexeira, and Brian Bina embark on a two and a half month experiment, scouring European streets in search of free love and enlightenment.
Featuring London, Berlin, Copenhagen, Roskilde Festival, Amsterdam, Paris, and Lyon. Filmed and edited by Brian Bina and Seba Seufferheld.
Ouwe Mannen (Full Video) is Remy Cadier’s first full lenght skate flick, featuring only skaters of over 30. Ouwe Mannen means Old Men, we thought we were old back then, how cute! This is the Robert Guerrero part, who came to visit Amsterdam in 2009.
Ouwe Mannen, released in 2010. Created by Remy Cadier. Starring: Remco vd Pol, Remy Cadier, Donny Straube, Roel Verhoeven, Roel Fritz, Sergio Hasselbaink, Sven Boekhorst, Pascal Tan & Tyron Ballantine. Filmed by: Remy Cadier, Remco vd. Pol, Cavin Brinkman, Randy Abels & Beer Hendriks.
“With over 1000 people in attendance on april 13, 2003, the second ever Paris Imyta was the largest street contest in the history of rollerblading. Crews from all over the world represented their love for rolling. Coming from as far as Russia, Poland, Finland, Holland, Ireland, Scotland, England, Switzerland, Germany, Portugal, the Czech Republic, the USA, and of course, France”.
“In this first edition of the 2003 Imyta Dvd series, you will witness France’s own Mathieu Heinemann dominate the field at La Defense, securing his first heavyweight title in the Imyta series. You’ll also see complete coverage, behind-the-scenes with riders, organizers and secret skate sessions”.
“This is also the first Imyta released entirely by Headcase Productions. We would like to thank everyone around the world who has continued to support the Imyta from the beginning. We couldn’t do it without you all. And watch for our next release, Imyta Los Angeles (and what will surely be an out of control event!). Respectfully”. - Jon Julio, Matt Andrews, Azikiwee Anderson, and Mike Wilson.
Winner: Matthieu Heinemann. Slam of the year: Neou Men.
The legendary spots outside Montreal Olympic Stadium. Featuring rollerblading, skateboarding, parkour & BMX. Bladers: Ian Brown, Mathieu Ledoux, Austin Paz, Jon Julio, Ivan Narez, Franco Cammayo, Diego Guilloud, Victor Arias, Felix Guzman, Taylor Ritchie, Eric Perkett, Alex Broskow, Brandon Smith, Chris Haffey, Rob Thompson, Richie Eisler, Brian Shima, Selwin Briggs & Neou Men.