About the leftovers part (quoting Justin Berry): “Some clips that didn’t (and a few that did) make the cut for Rejects 7. A clip or two from Rejects 6 as well. Skating from: Brandon Frost, Matty Schrock, Daniel Pope, Jeremy Butler, Raven Guerra (THE DUDE), Trent Stone, Chris Lawson, Jon Allinson, Bon Allinson, and Brett Kerkhof”.
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Written and directed by industry pioneer Arlo Eisenberg, edited by rollerblading’s most influential filmmaker Joe Navran (FOR II, Elements, Coup De Tat) and produced by Mindgame’s Shane Coburn, “What Do You Believe In?” set out to completely re-imagine what a rollerblading video could be.
“What Do You Believe In?” features five of the brightest stars in rollerblading: Brian Shima, Jon Elliott, Josh Petty, Rachard Johnson, and Jaren Grob. The video focuses on their skating, which is some of the best ever captured on film, but it is complemented by a surreal story line which weaves in and out of their sections.
“What Do You Believe In?” is not a narrative story in the conventional sense, nor is it a standard skate video neatly divided into rider’s sections. It is a low budget, experimental, artistic interpretation of skating that does not merely break all of the rules but seems to be completely unaware of them altogether.
The skating alone would rank “What Do You Believe In?” among the best videos ever made, but add to that its artistic vision and its fearless conviction to add something completely new to the rollerblading landscape and what you’ve got is an instant classic. “What Do You Believe In?” is a landmark video and a must have for any rollerbladers collection.
Black Market is a truly international view into the rollerblading scenes of the new world as well as the old world. Cinematographer Doug Urquhart traveled for 4 months across 8 European countries as well as coast to coast in the United States to offer a video with unparalleled variety.
Soundtrack (courtesy of Rollingvideos)
60+ minutes of strictly the realest. Footage stockpiled from late 1996 to 2004. Total over 230 hours of raw footage. Tricks & stunts from all 7 of my prior full release’s to date, as well as current, and old unseen footage. Put in sections seperated by skater to get a feel for their style and progression over the years. Plus a few sections from some very promising young guns. - Beau Cottington (2004).
Sections - PLAY: Intro | Louis Zamora | Brian Hamm | Mike Albritton & Troy White | Brent Hicks & Chris Haffey | Rob Thompson | TJ Webber | Blake Dennis & Santiago Azpurua | Abdiel Colberg | Brandon Campell & Tristan Feerey | Tory Treseder & Jimmy Shuda | Robert Guerrero & Beau Cottington | Mike MURDA Johnson & Dre Powell | Dominic Sagona | Cory Casey | Jon Elliott | Brian Shima | Eric Schrijn | Eric Perkett | Credits - Playlist on Youtube.
Montages - PLAY:
Respect (2004) by Beau Cottington, a retrospective remix from almost a decades' worth of raw footage tapes. Released in 2004, with an original skater-produced soundtrack.
Ego a Razors Team Video - by Adam Johnson and KFC Productions. Featuring - Mike Johnson, Billy O’Neill, Dre Powell, Brian Aragon Julian Bah, Brent Hicks, Eric Perkett, and more.
2003 - Darkside Of The Moon from KFC 2: A Collective Consciousness by Adam Johnson and KFC Productions. Featuring Alex Broskow, Brandon Mateer, Jeromy Morris, Brenton Wheeler, Joseph Shull, Todd Blubaugh, Steve Jones, Jeremy Rockwell, and more.
Alex Broskow, Chris Farmer, David Sizemore, Shawn Engler & Adam Johnson Travelled To New York City, Detroit, Atlanta, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Dallas and Kansas City to bring you Champagne. Free all weekend.
The Chicago Mix Tape Midwest Edition. Filmed primarily in 2016/ early 2017 featuring some fresh talent from Chicago as well as the surrounding cities and states. Starring Michael Froemling, Brandon Sanwick, Adam Bazydlo, Nolan Wojciechowski, Joseph Portretow, Brian Bruno, Steve Lerner, Tri Tri-Rudolf, Jared Reddrick, Joe Abdul, Ben Forsythe, Egon Naab, Doug Zalusky, Joe Smith and more. 35 minute run time.
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Filmed by the Kelso bros. Edited by Sean Kelso. Featuring Sean Kelso, Nick Danchuk, Steve Iacono, Anthony Marchione & Colin Kelso.