The First Rule of Skateboarding is That There Are No Rules

I was a Skate Rat

“a brief meditation on the nature of how suburban nomadic skateboarders find each other, build communities – and as is often the case in adversarial environments – use every inch of their limitations and blank canvas, to breed ideas that influence the life of skateboarders every day. From the kick flip, to the kick tail, Floridians are responsible for scores of technical and cultural advancements – and they are all skate rats.”

Portrait of a Drone

Richard Mosse (of infrared photography fame) directed this short “Death Is Elsewhere” on the USS Theodore Roosevelt. Featuring the X-47B drone in maneuvers on the aircraft carrier, it’s an up close look at the beautiful design of one of the pilotless killers.

Flying Lotus – Never Catch Me (feat. Kendrick Lamar)

Not sure when music videos started getting called films, but this one is by Hiro Murai.

Yung Mule

“La Carnada” is a short film about a 13-year old’s first trip across the border smuggling cocaine.

Trailer Party


 
All of the movies worth watching in theaters this weekend
 
Advanced Style

A documentary examining the lives of seven unique New Yorkers whose eclectic personal style and vital spirit have guided their approach to aging. Based on Ari Seth Cohen’s famed blog of the same name, this film paints intimate and colorful portraits of independent, stylish women aged 62 to 95 who are challenging conventional ideas about beauty, aging, and Western’s culture’s increasing obsession with youth.
 
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Picture Takers and Zine Makers


 
Tobin Yelland profiles Ray Potes, Lele Saveri, Clint Woodside, and Teenwitch in this short documentary series for Vans.
 
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Trailer Party


 
All of the movies worth watching in theaters this weekend
 
Tusk

Kevin Smith returns to film with this “transformational tale” where a man is involuntarily changed into a Walrus.
 

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Morning Dose of RUSH HOUR

Directed by Fernando Livschitz

JOYRIDE.

William Strobeck’s new video.

Your Mother Wears Nike.

Is this video art? Is this advertising? Is this a music video film? These are the questions that went through my head as I watched this entire video by Dr. Romanelli, featuring highlights from British Knights advertising history. Accompanied by a soundtrack created by Alchemist, Samiyam and Action Bronson, British Knights: Which Ways The Beach Mix, as it’s officially known is a hypnotic journey through a world of bygone creativity… and it’s really fucking good.

via, egotrip

Recreating The Ghostbusters Proton Streams Through Light Painting

The More You Know

Introducing Mr. Tusk and White Walrus

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Partnering with A24 Films, we are celebrating the release of Kevin Smith’s new film TUSK in a very nontraditional way. Keying in on the director’s admission that the film “was born in a blaze,” TWBE has created packaging inspired by the film for two rebranded strains of medicinal marijuana. Named ‘Mr. Tusk’ and ‘White Walrus’, and available through September 26th, these strains of pot have been grown by Kushman Veganics as “Veganic Chernobyl (GT)” and “Kens OG” for Buds & Roses, one of Los Angeles’s oldest and most respected dispensaries. Accompanying this in-store promotion, limited edition herb grinders bearing the Tusk logo will be given away to patients of the dispensary and fans of the film (18+ years of age). And what would all of this be without a user-generated contest? Starting September 10th and running until the release of Tusk on September 19th, we’ll be asking fans to submit to instagram their best pictures of #WalrusBreath, which is most easily described as “the act of creating tusks by blowing smoke or vapor out of one’s nostrils.”
 
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