1st Place // Crankworx Dirt Diaries Film Festival
Directed by Matt Dennison
Starring Ross Measures
Brittany De Fehr
Special Thanks //
Ale Di Lullo travelled from Italy to compete in Deep Summer, and then he went all in. He assembled a bad ass cast of riders including the Froriders, Cam Zink, Andreu Lacondeguy and Whistler local (and NSMB.com team rider) Ollie Jones. Then, after three days of shooting, Matt Dennison was charged with editing the images into a a slide show.
A tribute to Hayao miyazaki, genius of fantasy and animation.
The Channel “A Tribute” : vimeo.com/channels/571724
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Clips from ‘Lupin the Third: Castle of Cagliostro’ remain courtesy of Toho Co., Ltd.., © TM & Copyright 1979.
Clips from ‘Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind’, ‘Castle in the Sky’, ‘My Neighbor Totoro’, ‘Kiki’s Delivery Service’, ‘Porco Rosso’, ‘Princess Mononoke’, ‘Spirited Away’, ‘Howl’s Moving Castle’, ‘Ponyo’, ‘The Wind Rises’ remain courtesy of Studio Ghibli, Inc., © TM & Copyright 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1997, 2001, 2004, 2008, 2013.
'Nausicaä · Requiem', composed by Joe Hisaishi, remains courtesy of Nausicaä of the Valley of Wind Soundtrack, ℗ 1984
‘Legend Of Ashitaka’, composed by Joe Hisaishi, remains courtesy of Princess Mononoke Soundtrack, ℗ 1997
‘Totoro’ & ‘Moonlight Flight’, composed by Joe Hisaishi, remains courtesy of My Neighbor Totoro Soundtrack, ℗ 1988
‘Flight of Ponyo’, composed by Joe Hisaishi, remains courtesy of Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea Soundtrack, ℗ 2008
‘The Collapse of Laputa’ & ‘Prologue ~ A Meeting’, composed by Joe Hisaishi, remains courtesy of Laputa: The Castle in the Sky Soundtrack, ℗ 1986
Hayao Miyazaki - A Tribute is a non-profit project not aimed at breaking copyright laws. All material remains courtesy of their respective owners. Edited by Alexandre Gasulla © 2014.
Do you want to know how it feels to be on the front row of a Enduro mass start event like the Megavalanche?
Joost Wichman, former 4X MTB World Champion shot this GoPro footage from the front row of the 2014 Megavalanche.
Enjoy watching 600 freaks chasing him down the Pic Blanc Glacier!
A short documentary film about my grandfather and his passion for cycling.
I made this as a gift for his 80th birthday (or his ‘4th 20th birthday’, as he likes to say).
Un court documentaire sur mon grand-père et sa passion du vélo.
J’ai realisé ce film en tant que cadeau pour son 80ème anniversaire (ou son ‘4ème 20èm’e comme il se plait à dire).
Filming and editing : Florent Piovesan
Titles : Ams
Cliff Martinez – He Had A Good Time
Cliff Martinez – I Drive
Mike Patton – Snow Angel
Filmmaker Michael John Evans sets out to visually portray “the zone” which one enters when their craft is honed.
Sean Walling, owner of Soulcraft, builds top notch custom steel bicycle frames. This short film documents Sean’s fabrication methods: a well choreographed dance of experience and muscle memory producing a seemingly effortless ode to process.
From Steel: invites the viewer into Sean’s machine shop for an up close and personal look at the work that results in yet another awesome Soulcraft.
Musical score provided by the internationally praised duo, Mattson 2. Courtesy of Galaxia Records.
Directed by: Michael John Evans: michaeljohnevans.com
Starring: Sean Walling: soulcraftbikes.com
Music by: The Mattson 2: mattson2.com
On the first of September the very first WAOJ x FSO street jam went down in Amsterdam, Holland.
The most important reason to organize the jam was to motivate riders by having a chilled session on cool spots. We couldn’t be happier with the results: such a good vibe, the sun was out and a huge turn out (115 riders).
For more info and photos of the jam go to: weareorangejuice.com
23-year-old Englishman Tom Allen is all set for a successful career, but he finds himself persisted by the question of our time: isn’t there more to life than this? Leaving it all behind, Tom sets off on the ultimate quest for freedom.
For the next 12,000 miles, with neither maps nor guidebooks, Tom films the unfolding of his dream. But the journey takes an unlikely detour when he falls in love with an Iranian-Armenian girl.
Filmed over four years with cinematic ambition, Janapar — named after the Armenian word for journey — is an honest and life-affirming tale of finding what you’re looking for when you least expect it.
Watch the film at janapar.com/watch.