1. Caribbean Skateboarding (Ep1)


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    • Off The Well Worn Path - Asher Pacey


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      Asher Pacey is one humble dude both in and out the water. Growing up without electricity and learning to survive off the land probably helped in that respect. It's clear Asher values the small things in life that most people take for granted. Filmmaker Matt Kleiner brings us a unique insight into the mind of one of the stylish and respectful surfers out there today. Directed by Matt Kleiner Supported by Rhythm This short film is based on the article "Off The Well Worn Path", published in Desillusion Magazine 49, Volume 1. Available here: bit.ly/1HzRT3b Music: 'La Guerre Des Sept Ans' by Benoit Pioulard pioulard.bandcamp.com/track/la-guerre-de-sept-ans 'Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)' by Terry Reid itunes.apple.com/us/album/superlungs/id693491178 'Missiles Reprise' by The War On Drugs itunes.apple.com/us/album/future-weather/id443233211 'No Werewolf' by Allah-Las itunes.apple.com/us/album/future-weather/id443233211 'Slow Talkers' by Kurt Vile itunes.apple.com/us/album/future-weather/id443233211

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      • Les Armes Du Plaisir - Chase Stopnik


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        Part of the infamous Cycle Zombies brotherhood, born and raised in Orange County, CA, Chase Stopnik is defined by the very culture that raised him. A culture immersed in a rich heritage of gasoline, skateboarding, waves and a DIY approach to life. Director Mark Choiniere captures a melodic insight into Chase's outlook and why 'art' is simply everything. Supported by Electric Directed by Mark Choiniere This short film is based on the article "Les Armes Du Plaisir", published in Desillusion Magazine 49, Volume 1. Available here: bit.ly/1HzRT3b Music: 'Moya' by Godspeed You Black Emperor! from the album Slow Riot for New Zero Kanada https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/slow-riot-for-new-zero-kanada/id40885422 'Glory Be' by Lightnin' Hopkins from the album Shake That Thing https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/shake-that-thing/id450251081

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        • The Life We Chose


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          Having grown up with very little prospects in Oklahoma City, Don ‘Nuge’ Nguyen made a choice to forge his own way of life, moving out west in pursuit of a dream career in skateboarding. A decade on and there's no doubt Nuge’s risk paid off, going on to become one of the gnarliest skaters the sunshine coast has seen. Desillusion spent a day with Nuge to discuss the local scene and how skateboarding might just have saved his life. Supported by Converse This short film is based on the article "Anything that can go wrong, will" published in Desillusion Magazine 48, Tome 4. Available here: bit.ly/1FJMNBF Music: 'Planet Caravan' by Black Sabbath from the album 'Paranoid' itunes.apple.com/us/album/paranoid/id785232473

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          • ATF Clothing - Opening and Release SS 15


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            It was finally time for the Studio Opening and the release of our Summer Garments with a brotzeit and beer from munich based brewery Crew Republic. Now you can buy carefully selected magazines including Champ, Saturdays, Desillusion, Slanted, Victory, Smith,Inventory and Openhouse. For our sunglasses we chose R.T.CO and not to forget bottles by Klean Kanteen. About ATF Clothing Moritz Lorenz and Max Crämer create ultra wearable clothing in the european workshop. Their rapture for unique fabrics and a modest style is the DNA of their collection. Highest standards and finest quality are used in the process of manufacturing their products. ATF is born in Germany, 2012.

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            • La Force Des Choses


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              - For English subtitles, select CC in the player bar - Inspired by the underground culture of skateboarding growing up, Eugène Riconneaus has come to be one of the most unique, contemporary designers working in France today. Having been mentored by such greats as J. Lobb & Raymond Massaro, Eugène's works combines a traditional approach with a vision of eternal adolescence. Desillusion editor Pierre David spent a day in Eugène's hometown of Paris to gain an insight into his inspirations for his latest collaboration, the 'ER x Nixon Time Teller'. Supported by Nixon This short film is based on the article "La Force Des Choses" published in Desillusion Magazine 49 , Tome 1. Available soon. Music: 'All You Are Going To Want To Do Is Get Back There' by The Caretaker from the album An Empty Bliss Beyond This World https://thecaretaker.bandcamp.com/album/an-empty-bliss-beyond-this-world 'Round About Midnight' by Miles Davis from the album 'Round About Midnight https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/round-about-midnight/id832081417

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              • Suburban Daze


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                Undoubtedly one of the brightest talents in European skateboarding today, Maxime Géronzi is rapidly making a name for himself amongst skateboarding’s elite. After starting the year with a nasty ankle tweak whilst filming in Barca, Maxime has spent recent months on the steady road to recovery. Desillusion editor Robin Pailler spent a day in Maxime’s hometown of Perpignan, to document his rehabilitation, as well as his compulsion to skate, even when the chips are down. This short film is based on the article "Suddenly Talking", published in Desillusion Magazine 48, Tome 4, available on bit.ly/1yyNUC4 Supported by Nike SB Music: 'Starting Over' by Ricky Eat Acid from the album Three Love Songs http://rickyeatacid.bandcamp.com/album/three-love-songs 'Bluebells' by Jehst from the album The Return of the Drifter https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-return-of-the-drifter/id474722134

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                • Violence Ordinaire


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                  This is life and these are the elements we play with. Inspired by the simple, hard reality of nature, one of waves crashing on the cliffs. An analogy of our immeasurable desire to master the uncontrollable, the ordinary violence that keeps us balanced on the thread of life. Desillusion Magazine presents an exclusive behind the scenes feature on fashion editorial 'Violence Ordinaire', featuring the limited edition Desillusion x Globe capsule collection, available now at http://store.dslmag.com/collections/violence-ordinaire . Directed by Pierre David Filmed by Gabriel Novis & Guigo Foggiatto Supported by Globe Music: 'Untitled One' by Odd Nosdam from the album Burner https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/burner/id274707464

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                  • Please Stay Positive - Jeremy Flores


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                    - Pour le sous-titrage francais, selectionnez CC dans la barre de lecture - At only 18, Jeremy Flores was the youngest surfer to be on the WCT, the world's surfing elite. Surrounded by a team of professionals and an entire nation, Jeremy even won the most prestigious of competitions, at Pipeline Hawaii, in 2010. But the pressure, criticism, and his fiery temperament eroded little by little his hopes of becoming world champion. At the end of his tether, on July 13, 2014 at JBay in South Africa, after losing a heat, Jeremy Flores immediately contested his score with the judges,
in what was deemed a verbal assault by the World Surfing League.
As a result of his actions, Flores received a one-month ban
from the competition for bringing the sport into disrepute. This film was shot during his hiatus in Tahiti. Nowadays, Jeremy Flores has rediscovered what he loves doing most in the world - surfing. Sebastien Zanella, the editor of Desillusion magazine, followed the man during his forced holiday break, resulting in an outstanding documentary, from hell to heaven, an atmospheric peer-review where Jeremy tells his story, with no concessions. The video comes with a full report on Jeremy Flores published in Desillusion Magazine Tome 3, available on http://store.dslmag.com Supported by Quiksilver Directed by Sebastien Zanella Filmed by Chris Bryan, Sebastien Zanella, Pierre David & Jeremy Graham Produced by Nicolas Dazet Music : 'Halving the compass' by Helios from the album Eingya itunes.apple.com/us/album/eingya/id387546921 'In fulminic blaze ' by Locrian & mamiffer from the album Bless Them That Curse You itunes.apple.com/us/album/bless-them-that-curse-you/id500932269 'Absteigend ' by Evan Caminiti from the album Dreamless Sleep /itunes.apple.com/fr/album/dreamless-sleep-bonus-track/id554251384 '086' by Pajaro Sunrise from the album Kulturkatzenjammer itunes.apple.com/fr/album/kulturkatzenjammer/id716685534

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                    • Whatever Forever - Fashion Editorial


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                      Desillusion Magazine presents an exclusive behind the scenes feature on fashion editorial 'Whatever Forever' featuring the Iron & Resin Spring 2015 collection, inspired by adventures in the Mojave Desert. Filmed by Scott G Toepher Supported by Iron & Resin This short film is based on the article "Whatever Forever" published in Desillusion Magazine 48, Tome 4 available on bit.ly/1yyNUC4 Music: 'My Body' by Perfume Genius from the album Too Bright itunes.apple.com/us/album/too-bright/id899176202

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