A skateboarding documentary filmed, edited, and produced in two months by Matthew Fabiano.
In the perspective of skateboarders, the documentary covers the topics of street skating, the creation of a local company, and how skateboarding promotes freedom and personal growth.
Originally produced for Montclair State University's televised program called "Carpe Diem", this edit is more for the skateboarder rather than the random viewer at home like the first TV edit. This edit stays more true to skateboarding it's self. No corny voice overs, no blurring out F-bombs, and no creative control from teachers. Enjoy!
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Camera Credit: Steve Mastorelli, Paul Overstrom, and Casey Imbergamo.
Music- Apple Tracks Soul music. And Djerk
Julian Vidal, Brian Henry, Lindsay Hresko, Bob Hoffman, Glenn Davidson, Hannah Brady, Steve, Paul, and Casey. ALl the 5onthat homies, Kurt Hanselman and the folks out at Camp Woodward for supporting poor college students with jobs, cheap living areas and skateboarding.
Thanks to everyone who helped.