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"Kids In A Candy City" is the second independent skateboard film directed by Adam Turrisi out of the Washington, D.C. area. The video features five new full-length video parts from skateboarders Rob Fall, Jason Sinnawi, Tony Rollins, Daniel Kim, Isaiah Rodriguez, Stephen Jefferson, Jonas Durney plus a full part featuring homies. As skateboarders, we’re all kids until the day that we die—it’s undeniable. We love to have fun and please our appetite by chasing down the candy which are these spots we crave in these certain cities around the world. Once we get the tricks we want at the spot, we’re satisfied. K.I.A.C.C. features spots from different areas such as Washington, D.C., Viriginia, Philadelphia, New York City and California.
Born and bred in Sheffield, England, Jerome Campbell has come to be one of the most humble and stylish skateboarders to grace the planet. In recent years his passion for skateboarding has coincided with a love for taking photos. Directed by Robin Pailler, this short film brings an insight into Jerome’s world, the production of his first zine ‘Travelling To Return Home’, his fears on getting old, and why skateboarding and photography share so many similarities in their process.
This short film is based on the article “The Distracted Mind” published in Desillusion Magazine 45 , Tome 1 available on tiny.cc/u7rxdx
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Desillusion is a 260 page coffee table book, ad free, accompanied by a series of short-films exclusively showcasing every week on DSLmag.com. At the crossroads of two opposite worlds, the street & the beach, Desillusion pays a tribute to youth & a subculture raised on a surf and/or skateboard.