September 30, 2015 4:22 am
After some hard work and a lot of belief from the local community we helped raise €250,000 for the new skate park in Morzine France.
The skate park has started to change the community in subtle positive ways and with a bit of luck we can use this momentum to propose an indoor facility that would be much appreciated in our area of the Haute Savoie.
This is a combination of the last few weeks videos which I’ve published on my Facebook page.
If you want to help or want more information on the indoor facility email me: email@example.com
May 27, 2015 12:25 am
SALLANCHES | SKATE PARK | FRANCE | 2015 from reelfunmedia on Vimeo.
Road trips are a part of normal life when you live in a town/village with no skate park.
March 24, 2015 6:55 am
Grab some mates, jump in a car and drive to your favorite skate park.
This video is about one of those road trips with a bunch a middle age men!
Music | Colour Code | No Fear | soundcloud.com/rootvegrecords
Camera kit: Canon 5D MKIII | 15mm Fish Eye | GoPro 3 Black | DJI F550
Here is the video I produced for the Cavern 24-7 Film Festival in Morzine, France.
So much fun riding with friends and figuring out what’s possible on a snow skate. I’d always wanted to create a similar video to the ‘Magic Board’ skit from the Girl Skateboard film ‘Yeah Right’. The snow skate worked a treat and added something new to classic idea. Even had the pleasure of working on the music with Caleb Kylande + Alex Crotty. Vive la SnowSkate!
P.S Sorry about the EpicTV advert! They supported the festival by donating €3500 to the winning teams and local charities.
Film & Edit | Stewart Monk | www.reelfunmedia.com
December 16, 2014 3:02 am
Additional Filmers | Rohan Anderson | Tommy Bowers | Neil Sharp
Filmed with a Canon 5D MKIII & edited in Final Cut Pro.
Check out the new website from our friends in Basel Switzerland.
February 20, 2014 7:58 am
I’m proud to know these guys and have one of my videos featured.
Check out the products and history of this place.
Massive respect to Rohan Anderson, Oli Buergin, Stan YoNei, Dominik Bårlocher and everyone involved.
Basel in Switzerland is an amazing place…
In the summer of 2011 the news that the beloved BLACKCROSSBOWL was to be destroyed came true and plans were soon put into place to find a new space to build.
After some intense dealings with permits and raising money the Basel crew, motivated as ever, started digging, laying iron and troweling concrete in the waste land around the port area of Basel.
Overall the construction took sixteen weeks and used about seventy cubic meters of concrete, 400 meters squared of concrete paradise.
“Looking back on the process it seems that designing a skatepark while building it, is the best way to make it original and have a lot of lines that work really well” Oli Bürgen
The name Port Land came from…
A. The project is located in the port of Basel.
B. It’s a tribute to Burnside, the first large scale DIY concrete park.
C. The use of Portland cement for concrete parks.
You can see an article in this months CONFUSIONMAGAZINE | www.confusionmagazine.com
“The super 8 footage at the end of the video is from Plainpalais Geneva skatepark.
Have fun…” stew.
music | tame impala | alter ego | album | innerspeaker | www.tameimpala.com
camera & edit | stewart monk | www.reelfunmedia.com