He shoots, he scores! Keith Denley’s highly anticipated Hopps part is finally complete. Click through and enjoy four minutes of smooth lines and awkward ledge tricks.
Joe Buffalo’s documentary short for the New Yorker is absolutely worth fifteen minutes of your day. Raw and heartfelt, it shines a light on the atrocities of residential schools while demonstrating how these events still comprise the fabric of our society, despite seeming like ancient history.
Tom Knox has some choice clips in “Berlin-er Kindls,” including a line where he starts with a kickflip seemingly to spite our existing notions of set-up time.
I wasn’t expecting much from the Pangea Jeans promo; as it turns out, it’s one of John Shanahan’s best parts to date.
“We just want to try and film a vibey part.” - Charlie Munro for Primitive
Six minutes of raw Wenning and Popps footage from the Photosynthesis days? Say no more.
Something new from the kids in DC, with a dash of NYC footage tossed in there. I could watch Jason Nam skate Pulaski for hours on end.
Bust Crew’s next video, Body Filler, premieres November 5th in Richmond.