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  1. Kenny Ferreri brings you his perspective coming up during the era of early 2000's hip-hop as compared to the new generation. Filmed, edited & directed by Jon Edwards Music: 50 Cent - "Ghetto Qu’ran”, “Corner Bodega" & “50 Bars” Juelz Santana - "My Problem (Jealousy)" & “Who I Am" Instrumentals reproduced by Jonney E | http://soundcloud.com/jonneye Follow: http://facebook.com/jonneyetv | http://jonneye.tumblr.com
  2. I live in Seoul and I am currently making a documentary on the skate scene in Korea. https://www.talenthouse.com/i/132/submission/127655/8a1e7052 I made a trailer for a contest through the Prime and Fire Selects in collaboration with Sidewalk Magazine. 10 winners receive grants to make a full-length documentary. I am 100 votes away from getting in the top 10. If you have a second, I would really appreciate a vote through facebook or twitter.
  3. My family's been doing an annual picnic for 50 years so I made a documentary about it. It took about a year to get all the interviews and editing done. Feedback is appreciated Canon 7d Canon 50mm f/1.4 Sigma 17-70 f/2.8-4 Countryman b3 (lav) Rode Videomic Pro
  4. I'm filming a skateboarding documentary for one of my video classes at Ai and I would like to know what some of your favorite skate videos / films are and why. I would also appreciate it if you guys helped me out with some interesting questions to ask the guys I'll be filming. I want to take on the "Freeling" approach with this project, incase any of you aren't familiar with that, it is on Vimeo. Just and FYI, it's being filmed in San Diego, CA. I hope I came to the right place!
  5. I feel like we as people choose to see what we see, whether you're riding in the car, or you're walking on the sidewalk. As a skateboarder we get to see things so up close and personal. We see rough ground and take another way around it, besides just thinking its just another stretch of concrete. Or seeing sewer caps not as something a part of the road, but something to do tricks over. We know where all the huge cracks our when rolling through downtown. We see stuff in such a crazy way, and that's where the title of this film comes from. This was a documentary made for a class, and I wanted to make something completely new! Filmed by Harris Oates You can also check my website for more videos! www.harrisoatesmedia.com
  6. Hey guys, check out the promo for the video magazine project ive been working on for a year or so already. WWW.SKATERSATLAS.COM check out the site for the promo and more features and episode segment examples. Its a new video magazine that will cover a different city from all over the world every month and focus on the skate scene and the people making a difference there as well as interviews with Pros from that aera. Subscribe to the newsletter on the home page for updates and new videos. Stay up to date with us by connecting with us on the Skaters Atlas Facebook. Were also on Insta @skatersatlas If your interested in being one of the two or three contributors for this video magazine please send me your demo reel at matt@skatersatlas.com Cheers guys, M
  7. Hey guys, check out the promo for the video magazine project ive been working on for a year or so already. WWW.SKATERSATLAS.COM check out the site for the promo and more features and episode segment examples. Its a new video magazine that will cover a different city from all over the world every month and focus on the skate scene and the people making a difference there as well as interviews with Pros from that aera. Subscribe to the newsletter on the home page for updates and new videos. Stay up to date with us by connecting with us on the Skaters Atlas Facebook. Were also on Insta @skatersatlas If your interested in being one of the two or three contributors for this video magazine please send me your demo reel at matt@skatersatlas.com
  8. Hey guys, It's been a while since I've been here, kind of stopped filming skateboarding. I recently finished a documentary about a tour celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jamaican Independence. I'd really love some of your feedback and thoughts on the film. I'm pretty stoked on it, It was uploaded on in the evening on Sunday 1st July and today (Friday 6th) it's on 1,327 views! It was filmed with a 550d (t2i) with Magic Lantern This film explores the living history of bass culture, with interviews with Channel One Sound System, Top Cat, General Roots, The Bug, The Heatwave & more . In the 1950′s, Jamaicans brought the sound of their Island direct to British dance floors. Influenced by Mento, Ska and Reggae, UK producers, DJs and musicians changed the sound of British music forever. Roots reggae soundsystems were the radio of the disaffected in Jamaica. As in Jamaica the soundsystem gave a platform for delivery of this message music in the UK. This tradition is still very strong with roots soundsystems such as Channel One Sound System continuing to deliver uncompromising music. We are also joined by UK roots vanguards Iration Steppas. In the early 90′s UK reggae soundsystem culture bled into four by four house to create jungle. The meeting of producers such as Congo Natty and artists such as Top Cat who had grown up around the roots soundsystem in the UK with acid house pioneers created a sound more in touch with the people on the streets who were looking for a culture to embrace. Jungle was the end product of this cultural splicing which continues to be pushed by producers such as Shy FX. Jungle, roots and UK garage gave birth to dubstep which is represented on this tour by Mala, Coki, The Bug and Flowdan. The heavy bass-laden delivery is traceable directly back to Jamaica. The MC tradition is represented by Lady Leshurr, Roxxan and RTKAL. Rounding off the roster is the The Heatwave who embody the variety that Jamaica Party offers in all their sets.
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