Another love letter for Vladimir at Medium skate mag.
Every time, the most important part of the experience is the human factor, consisting in meeting not just the locals but also crossing paths with packs of other visitors from different horizons.
Vladimir film festival documentary filmed and edited by our dear friend Aymeric Nocus. There is nothing more to add that has not been said in the film. Enjoy!
Vladimir is now a crucially federating event, abolishing geographical and political borders for a moment just long enough for as many skateboarding enthusiasts as possible to share energies by the means of underground skate video premieres, documentary screenings or various types of performance shows and exhibitions in – more often than not – odd locations in a region best described as lost in, if not completely out of, time.
Check out this interview from MIMPI festival with Aymeric Nocus!
Free skate mag did a great article on VFF 2017 with words by Aymeric Nocus accompanied with photos by Tomaž Šantl. Here it is!
If you aren’t familiar with the yearly Vladimir Film Festival already, sorry to say you’ve been sleepin’ and slippin’.
If you haven’t seen it yet, here it is, Luka Pinto’s Croatian Shootout video.
Starring, in order of appearance: Gosha Konyshev, Zoe Miloš, Dillon Catney, Tom Day, Jim Craven, Joe O’Donnell, Mikey Patrick, Aymeric Nocus, Luka Pinto, Csucsu Szlavik and Nich Kunz. Music: Joe Evans (banjo), Rory Drinnen (base).
To accompany the release of the video, and the accompanying article in Grey vol. 04 issue 01 (in shops now), here are some photos by Henry Kingsford that did not feature in the new issue.
Mikey Patrick, alley-oop backside 180, Pula.
Dillon Catney, backside nollie 360 flip, Barbariga.
Pula – Robna kuća
Joe O’Donnell, Barbariga.
Mikey Patrick, frontside kickturn, Barbariga.
Mikey Patrick, kickflip, Fažana.
On September 18th in Fažana you will have the opportunity to enjoy the outstanding work of a young and talentend skater, photographer, writer and filmmaker. Ladies and gentlemen we present to you Aymeric Nocus! A dear friend and supporter of the festival. From Blois, France he will be joining us here in Fažana. Salute!
Read more in the interview with Aymeric on Minuit
This is the teaser for the new upcoming video under the working name Solsticij. Behind this project, stands Nikola Racan, from Fažana, who has been working on it for several years already.
It’s the first skate video from Croatia that goes beyond national boundaries and takes this task seriously, which means it’s not just another local skate video. You’ll catch the glimpse of the Croatian skate scene, but what really moves the whole project is the strength of one of the biggest social tools: skateboarding.