Had the chance to hit up this Sunset for a session before it was replastered. It was fun with a love seat that would have been better left out.
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1st ANNUAL L.A. SKATE FILM FESTIVAL
International Skate Film Festival Announces its Debut in California
Los Angeles, CA April 1, 2010 – The first annual L.A. Skate Film Festival was created to focus on the filmmakers, directors and artists within Skateboarding, the lifestyle that cultivated the idea of “brand movies” and “lifestyle documentaries.”
For the first time Los Angeles, the birthplace of Skateboarding, will host this International skate film festival dedicated to the best films and the people behind them. The L.A. Skate Film Festival will focus on eight featured categories including: U.S. Film, International Film, Independent Film, Documentary, Skate Shop Video, Emerging Filmmaker, Commercial and Classic.
Behind the scenes awards will also be given out in the categories of Best Photography, Best Editing, Best Soundtrack, Best Intro and Best Skit
Submissions are now open via http://www.withoutabox.com. Selected submissions will be sent to a panel of judges including skateboarding legend C.R. Stecyk, SkateDaily.net co-founder Bryce Kanights, and French filmmaker Fred Mortagne.
Top nominated films will be publicly screened in Los Angeles on August 31st and September 1st, 2010 at the Downtown Independent Theater followed by an awards ceremony on September 2nd, 2010.
Fuel TV, the “Official TV/Network Partner”, will broadcast highlights of the Festival on the “Daily Habit” and the “Weekly Update.”
For L.A. Skate Film Festival updates and information, please visit the official homepage at http://www.TheLASkateFilmFestival.com.
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Greeting from the Eye of the Hawk production crew,
The Supercharged Documentary would like your support. Today we launched our “I got five on it” fundraising campaign to get 2000 people to donate $5 to raise a total of $10,000. This budget is central to completing the film, which began production in January 2008.
Although we still have a way to go, we are confident that we will get the $20,000 to finish it. We believe in the purpose of this historic film and are confident others will share in its vision. Tim Brauch continues to be a positive role model within the skateboarding community and our hope is to reach way beyond with his documentary.
We encourage you, your family and friends to make a small donation to cover the costs of the DVD duplication. After the film is complete all the proceeds will be donated to the Tim Brauch Foundation helping young children fulfill their skateboarding dreams and much more. Together, we can make this film happen!
Visit Kickstarter today to donate.
Keep in the know on the film here timbrauch.blogspot.com
Please forward this email to all your friends and family. Also, remember to invite folks to this Tuesday’s photo show and fundraiser event in San Jose.
-Pete Koff & the Eye of the Hawk Production Crew
Went on a rare street mission one day. One spot we hit was this random fountain gap situated within a myriad of 22 inch escalade driving real housewives of orange county. Here are a couple photos.
Kendall Cordova kickflips the gap first try.
Joe Uttley gets the quick ollie before we are under watch by oc’s finest sheriff’s.