Following up his last video with 20 million views and counting, trials bike sensation Danny MacAskill has entered a new project – “Way Back Home”.
In the film, Danny showcases what he’s been up to since his last project: “This is something I have been working on with Red Bull along my two friends Dave Sowerby and Mark Huskisson for the last few months. We travel from Edinburgh all the way back to my home village Dunvegan on the Isle of Skye riding all the most amazing spots I could find along the way!”
Relentless Energy’s Short Stories competition beings with ‘The Dark Side Of The Lens’, a short film from renowned surf photographer Mickey Smith.
“Originally I planned for the film to be more anonymous, rather than biographical, an all encompassing piece, to represent the photographers keeping the surfing machine afloat,” explains Smith.
“Something that offers insight into what it takes to grind out a living as a water-based photographer in the surfing industry: a short experimental glimpse at a life lived in the shadow of obsessive photographic pursuits.”
“It also gave me the chance to ask myself a few questions, like, if you’re always observing and documenting what you see and experience, are you ever truly present? Questions like that where I could step back think and then see what the answers were,” Smith says.
From the director of Run, Bitch, Run!, Joseph Guzman brings you this mother of a film, Nude Nuns With Big Guns. The film has gain massive popularity in film Festivals world wide, including the Cannes Film Festival. The film now has distribution for Australia, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, and Iceland. North American distribution and other territories are being negotiated.
Nude Nuns with Big Guns follows the revenge of Sister Sarah after she is raped, drugged, and abused by a sinister clergy sect and a rogue motorcycle gang. She unleashes her own unique brand of forgiveness as she shows them that hell hath no fury like a Nude Nun with a Big Gun!
Video is NSFW.
At 4:38 am, Beaverton police officers were called to a robbery scene where they found the front doors of the shop open and an ATM machine missing. The video below shows every small detail of how the theft went down. These guys were so fast you’d think stealing an ATM would be too easy. The police soon found the ATM left in the middle of the street nearby, as the men were unable to extract the money from the machine. Haha, bad luck fellas.
Check out this sneak peak of Grete Eliassen’s ‘Say My Name’, ski movie. On a quest to find the freshest powder, sickest half pipes and killer terrain these women embark on a ski trip to conquer it all.
If you like what you see, head to itunes and download the movie here!
This is the first trailer for Subrosa’s Get Used To It video.
G.U.T.I. is being filmed right now and will be out when it’s done. Looks rad to me, check it out below.
The sport compact cars (my favorite section) were out in full force at the latest Private Test Day at Sydney Drag Way this month. Thankfully Rotor G33k was there to catch it all on video for us.
What started off as a slow day, ended up being a day full of personal bests.
This video has an awesome combination of cars and camera angles, check it out below!
A contest to progress the creativity of surf photography. Three teams. Three destinations. Three colors. One winner.
And that winner is Globe! Congratulations guys, epic job.
“There was a point there that we almost called Transworld and quit,” says Globe director Joe G. “I was having a full on panic attack, Dion was in intense pain with a punctured eardrum, and everything just sucked. So of course, we decided to go to the bar, and somehow great things just started happening—weird how that happens sometimes,” laughs Joe G.”
Check out their entry video below.
Pitchfork has blessed us with the latest from Die Antwoord. Nipple-less breasts, strange creatures, and penises, lots and lots of penises, make up this zany clip for the South African rave-rap outfit. It’s NSFW and I love it.
When the Nokia Push project began back in September 2009, it helped re-imagine skating, kite aerial photography, city guides and more. But even they could not have imagined this.
In 2011, Nokia Push will be collaborating with the world’s biggest snowboarding company, Burton Snowboards, to create a new type of connected snowboarding. Work has already started between Nokia and Burton, and the collaboration will be run in the spirit of the Push project — transparently, and openly in beta. Throughout this time, regular videos will be published detailing the progress so far, and counting down to a beta launch at next year’s Burton Euro Open in January.