Vans embarks on an incredible journey of global surf exploration and progressive surfing in Get-N Classic, Vol. 3, starring a multi-talented cast of the world’s best surfers ever assembled under one banner. Filmed on location in Hawaii, California, Scotland, Peru, Australia, Mexico, Indonesia and the Caribbean, Get-N Classic, Vol. 3 reveals history in the making, featuring breathtaking destinations and phenomenal once in a lifetime waves. With a variety of talent exemplified by multiple generations of surfers including Nathan Fletcher, Joel Tudor, Dane Reynolds, the Gudauskas’ brothers, Nathan Florence, Leila Hurst and more, the third installment of Vans’ Get-N Classic series provides a unique documentarian perspective of the Vans Surf team and their exclusive surf discoveries from around the world.
A FILM BY: Reagan Ritchie and Graham Nash
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Scott Sisamis and Nolan Hall
PRODUCED BY: Reagan Ritchie, Daniel Russo, and Graham Nash
FILMED BY: Reagan Ritchie, Daniel Russo, and Graham Nash
WATER CINEMATOGRAPHY: Daniel Russo
ADDITIONAL FILMERS: Mini Blanchard, Pat Myers, Kendall Jackson O'Brien, and Sebastian Mueller
MUSIC: "Tomhet" by Burzum, "Cohesion" by Minutemen, "Mickey Mouse and the Goodbye Man" by Grinderman, "Effigy (I'm Not An)" by Ministry, "Virtually So" by Roy Montgomery and Chris Heaphy, "Omens and Portents 1: The Driver" by Earth, "All Praises" by Kashmere Stage Band, "The Sinking Belle (Blue Sheep)" by Boris & Sunn O))), "Parchment Farm" by Dead Moon, and "Icon" by Siouxsie and the Banshees
A new digital short which sees Roberto D' Amico in a puzzle between his hometown and the rest of the world.
Discidium is a contrast a split a vision of what happens around Roberto's life and his trips, also his improvement within the past year.
Starring Roberto D'amico
Edited and Directed by Alessio Saraifoger
Jean Marc Amoyal
Tomàs Paiva Raposo
Featuring Oliver Kurtz | Shot in North Carolina and Florida
I decided to take a fairly different approach with editing this time around. I've become bored with my normal editing process and tried to do something different. Oliver chose the song himself and this is what I came up with.