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Slap presents Red Eye, a short film in which Kevin Coakley skates the streets of Boston after dark. Filmed by Alex Pelletier and Dan Magee. Click here to watch.
The latest in Alien Workshop’s Life Splicing series features John Fitzgerald.
Portrait Henry Kingsford Slam City Skates just published this interview with Paul Shier, in which he discusses the recent Blueprint exodus and hints at plans for the future.
James Pitonyak’s new web part features lots of lesser-seen spots from his hometown of Trenton, New Jersey.
Chrome Ball Incident asked Chris Nieratko to do a New Jersey-themed post.
5Boro put together this recap edit collating footage from the year’s commercials.
Sean Malto explains how Nike teammate Eric Koston has inspired his skating.
JP Blair released Billy McFeely’s part from his film Outdated, which is available in DVD format from our friends at Palomino.
Picture Wheels just released a cool edit featuring three of our favourites: UK team riders Chewy Cannon, Boots and Jak Pietryga. Filmed and edited by Morph.
The countdown for Boil The Ocean’s top 10 video parts of 2012 has begun, with Rory Milanes taking seventh place for his City of Rats part. Keep an eye on the BTO site for parts one to six in coming days.
The latest Palace offering is now online for your viewing pleasure. Enjoy.
The Quartersnacks Christmas 2012 edit is up. Look out for a couple of London clips.
Skaters’ Atlas is an ambitious project by Matt Phipps, who aims to document skateboarding culture in different cities through the medium of a video magazine. Head over to the site to check out the various video pieces comprising issue 01, which looks at Mexico City.
Solstice is a night-themed edit from Manchester featuring Joe Gavin, Joel Peck, Tony da Silva, Joe O’Donnell and many others. Filmed and edited by Jim Craven.
The Megamix film, which premiered over on Live Skateboard Media back on Tuesday, is now online in full. Megamix showcases various French skate crews at their local spots and features the likes of Lucas Puig, Flo Mirtain, Oscar Candon, Remy Taveira and Alex Maison.
The second edit in Live Skateboard Media’s Parisii series explores Paris’ 12th arrondissement and features Mathias Labelle, Steve Mallet, Guillaume Caraccioli, Jon Monier and Kevin Rodrigues. Click here to watch.
Nike recently released this edit featuring Australian riders Nathan Jackson, Max Schubert, Andrew Currie and Nick Boserio on the road in the Pacific Northwest of the USA.
Davide Biondani just released issue 16 of A Brief Glance, which is available to browse online here. Issue 16 features The Bridge, The Isle of Man with Carhartt and Lovenskate, Art Now! with Carmin Santos and Old Enough Young Enough with Marco Lambertucci.
Cafe Creme has an interview with new Polar rider Aaron Herrington, who features in the recent Polar promo. Click here to read.
RVCA just released this Germany tour edit featuring Julian Davidson, Josh Harmony, Nestor Judkins, Kevin “Spanky” Long, Charles Collet, Tom Kleinschmidt and Ilja Judizki.
Sidewalk just uploaded the last section of In Progress, featuring Harry Lintell. Click here to watch.
Our friends at Live Skateboard Media have an exclusive premiere later this evening of Megamix, a new film showcasing various French skate crews at their local spots. Tune in here at 8.30pm GMT, where the film will be available to watch for 12 hours.
Cliché just released a teaser for it’s latest full-length film offering, Bon Voyage, due March 2013.
There is a great Anthony Pappalardo post over at the Chrome Ball Incident. A Rob Pluhowski post also all went up today as a Photosynthesis-era companion piece.
Enjoi just released a new film with Thrasher. Tweak the Beef features Jose Rojo, Wieger Van Wageningen, Louie Barletta, Caswell Berry and Cairo Foster.
adidas Skateboarding just uploaded this NYC edit, filmed by Dan Wolfe and Torsten Frank and featuring Mark Gonzales, Dennis Busenitz, Silas Baxter-Neal, Lucas Puig, Pete Eldridge, Benny Fairfax, Nestor Judkins, Vince del Valle, Jake Donnelly and Mark Suciu.
Quartersnacks just released a Best of 2012 edit. Keep an eye on the Quartersnacks site in coming days for instalments of The Events That Inspired New York City Skateboarding in 2012.
DGK’s first full-length film Parental Advisory is now available from iTunes. Crossfire is hosting a premiere tomorrow evening, after the Xmas Jam at BaySixty6. More details here.
Our friends at Form Distribution are looking for a sales representative to take on all distribution roles in the UK and Ireland. Form distributes Girl, Chocolate, Skate Mental, Royal, Lakai and Fourstar. More information over at the Form site. CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org
Issue 11 of Grey Skateboard Magazine is out now and should be in shops in time for the weekend. This is a special issue based on a two-month trip to south-east Asia this autumn, and includes a Skateboarders of Yangon photo feature, an interview with Ali Drummond and an article on the new Skateistan facility [...]