After almost a year of filming, here’s my welcome edit for Bombtrack Bicycle Co. riding their 700c Divide frame. Thank you guys for all the support and big thanks to the numerous people who helped film this.
Song | Allah-Las - Catamaran
After a long day of shredding hills around San Francisco, we met back up at the Freebord Warehouse, pulled out the ramps, fired up the grill and celebrated by lighting up the sky with fireworks. Stay tuned for our next Factory Jam.
Beginning of 2014, i had the idea to film a video in Super 8mm, without editing at all, except putting a music & the titles.
Everything had to be filmed in the right order, & all the trick had to be pulled 1st try, otherwise it would have been in the film at the end.
I asked Simone “Kid” Barraco since he is one of the most dialed rider on earth. I’m honored he said yes.
As a filmer it was not an easy task but it was 10 times more a challenge for Simone who had to pull all the tricks in one go.
You can check the original video here : youtube.com/watch?v=Bjz7y7HoM9Q
The Behind The Scenes Here : youtu.be/LQdavj1xFIY?list=PLnuf8iyXggLEvh3xEzsDuvqG9OHIOJnRV
And the argentic gallery : hadrienpicard.fr/portfolio/red-bull-super8-mm-project-galery/#more
Rider: Andy Sparks
Filmers: Alberto Fox, Matt Dizon, Matthew Rice, Snow O’Connell, Seitaro Iki, Tim Vital-Gibson
Editor: Andy Sparks
Music: Morning Dew - Bones & Xavier Wulf
Filmed between 2011-2014
Ever since the beginning of MARKIT, myself and Will Stroud at Cinema Wheel Co. have talked about how fun a collab trip would be. After a couple years of talking about it, Cinema and MARKIT met up in Las Vegas for one of the best trips I have ever been on. We had a stacked crew, two legit filmers, Brandon Means handling photos, and some good friends who hooked it up with endless spots in the desert. We were left with this two song edit, a bunch of bangers that will be in the guys’ Cinema parts and other future MARKIT projects, and a ton of photos we will be dropping on other sites very soon. This trip was all about good vibes and hanging with friends that wouldn’t normally all be on a trip together. Enjoy over eight minutes of CineMarkit in Las Vegas!
— Dennis Enarson
Bachelor thesis at University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, July 2014.
Music: »Caribbean Dream« by yet (facebook.com/weareyet)
Supervision and advice: Sebastian Onufszak & Robert Rose
Frame by Frame (12.5fps)
Tools used: Wacom Cintiq 21UX, Toon Boom Animate Pro, Adobe After Effects (CS)
This profile film follows Bim Ditson and Rigsketball, a bracket style basketball tournament featuring 32 Portland bands played on a regulation height hoop attached to the back of Bim’s band’s tour van. Through sweat, skinned knees, and a DIY ethos, Bim’s dedication to building a living, breathing music community is unrivaled.
To view the entire story, please visit: julietzulu.us/journal/2014/7/rigsketball
This profile is the fourth in a series of not-for-profit films that highlight Portland community members who embody the JZ motto, Stay Brave, in their actions, ethics and practices. To view the previous profiles, please visit:
MUSIC (IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE):
Tigerface - Control facebook.com/tigerfaceband
Clutch Tre - Rigsketball (feat. Heady D N Da Boyz)
Rio Grands - Liz facebook.com/riogrands
Wooden Indian Burial Ground - Sparklerella facebook.com/woodenindian.burialground
Hustle and Drone - I Just Need Some Money facebook.com/hustleanddrone
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
PDX POP NOW! pdxpopnow.com/
Koerner Camera Systems koernercamera.com/
Party Damage Records partydamagerecords.com/
Eleven Magazine elevenpdx.com/
Curly Cassettes facebook.com/pages/Curly-Cassettes
Killing Sasquatch killingsasquatch.com/
ALSO THANKS TO ALL THE 2014 RIGSKETBALL BANDS:
Wooden Indian Burial Ground
PDX Music Writers
Who’s the Ross?
And And And
The We Shared Milk
Minden/Orquestra Pacifico Tropical
Hustle & Drone
A Happy Death
Old Age (Surf Tacos)
Con Bro Chill