The 6th annual CPH PRO is in the making and we can promise you that this year will be the biggest yet. CPH PRO 2012 is the only purely professional skateboard contest in Europe. The 3rd and final interviews is with Ryan "Peabody" McWhirter and Tony "T-MO" Miorana they talk about building public skateparks and doing it yourself - DIY style... Filmed with: Canon 5D mark ll, Canon 7D, Canon 550D, Canon L glass 16-35 2.8 - 24-70 2.8 - 70-200 2.8, zoom h4n sound recorder and Kessler’s Philip Bloom pocket dolly. Check out this link to find out more about the Kessler dolly system. Hands down the best dolly system on the marked. kesslercrane.com/ Music by: Peder and Asger Baden Pederandasgerbaden.com+ More details
The 6th annual CPH PRO is in the making and we can promise you that this year will be the biggest yet. CPH PRO 2012 is the only purely professional skateboard contest in Europe. The 2nd interview is with Dennis Busenitz, professional skateboarder and Aaron Hazelwood, skateboarder. Dennis talkes about why there is so many Training facility´s popping up everywhere and Aaron shows us his latest DIY spot, The Flowershop... Filmed with: Canon 5D mark ll, Canon 7D, Canon 550D, Canon L glass 16-35 2.8 - 24-70 2.8 - 70-200 2.8, zoom h4n sound recorder and Kessler’s Philip Bloom pocket dolly. Check out this link to find out more about the Kessler dolly system. Hands down the best dolly system on the marked. kesslercrane.com/ Music by: Malk De Koijn - Langestrands Fladhjul Ormen - WSLS Records The Crooked Spoke - Lizard Shakedown+ More details
The 6th annual CPH PRO is in the making and we can promise you that this year will be the biggest yet. CPH PRO 2012 is the only purely professional skateboard contest in Europe. The 1st interview is with Brad Staba, professional athlete and the first skater to be part of the celebrity Hollywood hall of fame... Brad talks to us about the importance of scooters and public skateparks. Filmed with: Canon 5D mark ll, Canon 7D, Canon 550D, Canon L glass 16-35 2.8 - 24-70 2.8 - 70-200 2.8, zoom h4n sound recorder and Kessler’s Philip Bloom pocket dolly. Check out this link to find out more about the Kessler dolly system. Hands down the best dolly system on the marked. kesslercrane.com/ Music by: Pato – blackcheeseblog.wordpress.com/+ More details
I asked my old friend Simon Weyhe to make us a music video for "Just a Hand". He had done some stuff with Arto Saari and Rune Glifberg I really like. He was shooting the Delux team in San Fransisco, and asked me to fly out to L.A. to shoot for a day or two to shoot a little road movie. He wanted to shoot some skateboarding and some random stuff with me and a hell of a lot of stop motion. I was pretty terrified by the idea. Haven't touch a skateboard for almost a year, because of a twisted ankle, but I agreed to do it. This is what we did. All footage has been shoot in L.A. over 2 days, except for the NYC bit. - Tobias Wilner VIDEO CREDITS: Direction: Simon Weyhe Edit: Simon Weyhe Camera (L.A. part): Simon Weyhe Camera (NYC part): Simon Weyhe and Boris Bertram Grafhic: Tobias Wilner+ More details
This was the RUMBLE that rocked Marseille,” it says on one of the amazing retro-flavored flyers announcing a party at the city’s infamous Le Duke bar, and this line pretty much nails it: the name Le Duke stands for that rumble, for that massive wave of sound that has been rocking and connecting the scene in France’s largest city on the Mediterranean coast since the bar opened its doors in 2010. “Le Duke is special because it is the only rock & roll bar in Marseille, period,” claims Raphaël Degoix-Messand aka DJ R*A*F, the man responsible for the right mix of 50’s rock, garage, rhythm & blues and northern soul both as a disc jockey and booker for the bar. Initiated and run by former skaters, scooter and rock music lovers for life, it has quickly become the favorite hang-out spot for punks, mods, tattoo artists, bikers and the local skateboard scene in Marseille. Before this eclectic crowd of likeminded rock aficionados gathers and the night kicks off in downtown Marseille with a round of drinks and some vintage tunes, it’s time for a skateboarding mission with Le Duke’s regulars, checking out a DIY skate spot high up in the mountains and paying a visit to the iconic Marseille bowl at the beach.+ More details
Asked about the essence of motorcycling, Copenhagen local Per Nielsen will keep his answer fittingly short and clean; in fact, he will say no more than a single word at first: “Presence.” His crew The Wrenchmonkees has long established itself as a commanding force and seminal presence in the world of stainless steel and powerful engines. Internationally known for their matchless custom motorcycle creations, Per explains his search for the ultimate road beast and presents his very own thoughts and feelings about “Motorcycle Maintenance”. Linking their shared love for skateboarding, DIY culture, rock & roll, the sound of engines going, and clean shapes, the Copenhagen-based crew never cared so much about extreme performance, loud colors or the latest designs; instead, they are interested in “the basic expression of life on a motorbike”. In short: these guys focus on unique machines, a clean, raw and no-frills aesthetic, and ultimately a timeless experience on two wheels.+ More details
Following locals Lennie Burmeister, Vincent Heller, and their friends, the Berlin chapter is all about skateboarding and the streets. As Vincent and his crew do what he calls “tripping through the city,” we join him for a ride and get to see various skate spots in the formerly divided German capital: happening neighborhoods in different parts of town, an old abandoned industrial site, the kind you’ll only find in Berlin, and finally a mellow place to hang out when the sun sets after a long day of skating. Lennie Burmeister, part of the German scene for about twenty years and self-taught ramp maker, sets out to construct a unique concrete obstacle on an abandoned lot in the city center. Building ramps has been part of his life since the day he started skating: It was a necessity, something he had to learn as a hungry little kid from the countryside; and luckily his parents had an old barn where he could get started at the tender age of thirteen. Check out his creation as the Berlin crowd gathers for a massive “spot-warming” party…+ More details
A portrait of individuals who go for a hands-on approach to doing things and living life, this chapter zooms in on a party phenomenon that’s as huge as it is nasty and loud: Welcome to “Nasty Mondays”, an infamous night at The Apolo which sees some 1,500 people party hard every week. Initiated by old-school skaters, tattoo lovers, self-proclaimed “mad minds”, and amateur DJs Sören Manzoni and Max Ochoa aka MadMax, Nasty Mondays has been going strong for half a decade. What started out in one of the worst streets of town back in 2005 soon took over the city with its musical onslaught: Mixing the wildest sonic cocktail imaginable to initially “kill the nightlife scene”, as Manzoni puts it, they soon attracted skaters, surfers, thirsty locals and visiting students with their eclectic blend of 80s new-wave, grunge, punk, electro and rockabilly. It honestly doesn’t get much nastier than this.+ More details
A showreel demonstrating the very best of Goodwind Studio's work in 2011. Filmed on Canon 5D mark ll, Canon 7D and the Kessler crane pocket dolly. Filmed and edit by : Simon Weyhe Additional concert filming by : Jakob Solbakken, Theis Mortensen, Thomas Jessen, Andreas Rosforth, Christian Ravn, Amdi Brøner, Henrik Edelbo, Simon Dokkedal Music by : Ormen - Fakediamond records Kim Las - Fakediamond records Den Sorte SKole - densorteskole.net+ More details
The first episode begins in the french city Nancy and sets the scene of the Roskilde Festivals 40 years anniversarry concert by the Danish Dj collective Den Sorte Skole with a view of the task given as seen by the artists. The episode moreover gives an honest account of how the collective overcame some of their reservations about embracing all of the festival history and accepting that the celebration was larger than themselves. Thanks & Credits Produced by: Goodwind Studio Filmed by: Simon Weyhe, Jakob Solbakken, Theis Mortensen, Thomas Jessen, Andreas Rosforth, Christian Ravn, Amdi Brøner, Henrik Edelbo, Simon Dokkedal Edited by: Mathias Nyholm, Simon Weyhe Light design by: Frederik Heitmann. Light-assistants: Tobias Hansen, Mattias Wihlborg, Kasper Damgaard Kristoffersen Sound engineer: Glenn Rottland & Jessica Petersen Stills by: Alastair Philip Wiper Thanks to: Peter Hvalkof, Jan Sneum, Lasse Ellegaard, Simon Vinzent, Victor Malecki, Mikkel Sharff, Kristian Skjøth Madsen, Kristobal, Mads Libergreen, Kjeld Tolstrup, DJ Er Du Dum Eller Hvad, Peter Sommer, Tue Track, Anders Dixen, Nick Bitchslap+ More details
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