Industrial Revolutions is the amazing new film from street trials riding star Danny Macaskill. Filmed and edited for Channel 4 ‘s documentary Concrete Circus.
Industrial Revolutions sees Danny take his incredible bike skills into an industrial train yard and some derelict buildings.’ Filmed in the beautiful Scottish countryside Danny Macaskill’s latest film was directed by Stu Thomson (Cut Media/MTBcut) for Channel 4’s documentary Concrete Circus.
Level 1 Presents the Official Trailer for the 12th annual feature length action ski film!
The earth turns and the sun disappears over the horizon. Flip the switch, and the lights go out. Slumber begins and the mind awakes, taking us to places we’ve never been and witnessing things not yet seen or imagined.
From the enchanted powder forests of Japan, the historic streets of Moscow, to the unthawed mountains of Western America, and everywhere in between — Level 1 invites you into our spectrum of reality to see a succession of images, visions, sounds, and sensations quite unlike those of the conscious world.
Experience it for yourself — our dream, our vision of skiing.
Parker White, Ahmet Dadali, Tom Wallisch, JF Houle, Adam Delorme, Wiley Miller, Tanner Rainville, Alex Bellemare, Mike Hornbeck, Will Wesson, Chris Logan, Niklas Eriksson, Duncan Adams, Josh Bibby, Liam Downey, Logan Imlach and Friends
Proudly Supported By:
Under Armour, Rossignol, Monster Energy, Moment Skis, Skullcandy, Völkl, Freeskier Magazine, Klint Skis, Scott USA, Jiberish, Armada, Downdays.EU, SBC Skier, 4Frnt, Line, Saga, Fat-Ypus, Sweet Protection, and Kombi
Shot on Location in:
Sun Valley, ID
Monashee Powder, BC
Telluride Helitrax, CO
Alpine Meadows, CA
Mammoth Mountain, CA
Valhalla Powdercats, BC
Black Diamond Lodge, Japan
Twin Cities, MN
Park City, UT
The Pool was more than a BMX comp, it was one of the most extra-ordinary gatherings of the BMX community this century.
From the draining of a soon to be demolished local authority swimming pool in Dagenham, East London, into a world class park in less than two weeks was a feat in itself, but to see the diversity and level or riding on display at the launch event was truly remarkable.
40 international riders with a brand new team format saw non-comp riders, veterans, street destroyers and park animals all throw down into something far better than we could have dreamt of.
Dennis Enarson, Chad Kerley, Josh Harrington and Jeremiah Smith
Best Line: (Awarded to Ruben’s team)
Ruben Alcantara, Kevin Kalkoff, Sergio Layos, and Tom Dugan
Best Rider: (Rider’s choice)
Brian Foster – Gap to curved wallride out of the deep end
The Pool is free to ride until the 12th June 2011
Filmed by Peter Adam and Hadrien Picard.
Edited by Hadrien Picard.
Project Title: Doc to Dock “SOS: Save Our Supplies”
Film Location: Brooklyn, New York
More Info: doc2dock.org
Project Toolset: RED MX and Canon 5D digital camera systems for principal photography. Apple Final Cut Pro for editing and Adobe After Effects for finishing.
Client: Doc to Dock, Inc.
Advertising Agency: Modernista
Executive Creative Director: Gary Koepke
Creative Directors: Will Uronis, Davi Liu, Xavier Teo
Copywriter: Lorelei Bandrovschi
Director of Production: Liz Shook
Production Company: Shilo
Director: Cassidy Gearhart
Co-Director: Julian King
Director of Photography: Tristan Sheridan
Production Designer: Jeff Everett
Box Art Direction and Design: Mike Cina
Editor: Julian King & Cassidy Gearhart
Color Correction: Julian King
Executive Producer: Tracy Chandler
Producer: Jeremy Yaches
“Sometimes the Stars” is a gorgeous new song from Adelaide, Australia band The Audreys, taken from their 2010 album of the same name. The accompanying short animated film, produced by Luke Jurevicius and directed by Ari Gibson & Jason Pamment, is about a lost girl’s journey through a surreal landscape, and her yearning to make a connection in this distant yet strangely familiar world.
Produced by Luke Jurevicius
Directed by Ari Gibson & Jason Pamment
Production Designers: Luke Jurevicius, Shane Devries, Jason Pamment, Ari Gibson
Story by Luke Jurevicius, Ari Gibson & Jason Pamment
2D Animation: Ari Gibson
Background Art: Jason Pamment
Compositing: Ryan Kirby & Jason Pamment
Colouring: Jarrod Prince & Joshua Bowman
Executive Producers: Stu McCullough, Taasha Coates, Tristan Goodall
Special Thanks: Sarah Macdonald, Makoto Koji, Jeremy Hill-Brooks
[SAVE THE BIKE LANE] is a new project of
[SEOUL got SOUL] series. Seoul is not covered up with enough bike lanes compare to the size of the city, so the main purpose of this project is to create bike lanes on the road as a propaganda against Seoul city.
The yellow line on the left side of the logo means protection, so you can see it as we are here to save the bike lanes. No cars are allowed.
The whole footage will be showing soon.
Please share it with many people who loves bicycle.
One more Bike, One less Car
SAVE THE BIKE LANE
Shot with Panasonic Lumix GH1, Canon 5d mk2, 550d
Lens: Lumix 14-140, Lumix 20mm 1.7, Canon FD 50mm 1.4, EF 15mm F2.8 FISHEYE, EF 24-105mm F4L USM, EF 85mm F1.2L USM, SIGMA 18-50mm F2.8-4.5 OS HSM
Written & Directed by David Jongkwon Kim
Assistant director Kunyoung Park
Starring: Shiho Sung / Minho Kim / Chungjae Kim / Dajeong Lee / Joezinho / Jungho Bang
A year ago, a massive oil spill began in the Gulf. The entire country was glued to the news until the well was capped, and then we forgot about it.
As the year anniversary was fast approaching I became curious, just how much oil was that exactly? Where would it have gone? What I found was shocking.
So in an effort to further our discussion on oil dependency I created this short animation. I’ve spent all of my free time in the last month putting this together to help illustrate just how dependent we truly are on oil.
Designed, animated and written by Chris Harmon
Voice Talent: Kim Estes
Music: Billy Perez & Todd Stambaugh
Special Thanks to Daye Rogers and Christy Kurtz
Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Energy Information Administration