Island is playing online

Are there words to describe how brilliant new Jim’s Craven video piece is? People who witnessed the unfinished version at Brijuni Islands can now take a break and watch it in peace.

 

Read an interview with the Island boys and their amazing adventure at Grey skate mag

I just really enjoy being able to get the fuck out of the city. I’m not from one and it all still feels quite alien to me. I’d be trying to do these types of trips anyway, without a skateboard.

Marko Zubak interview for Carhartt

Interview with Marko Zubak for Carhartt about Vladimir film festival. Check it out here.

It stared totally spontaneously, with the idea to screen some local edits and skate videos with projector, in the small local skate park in Fažana, as an event after the whole day skate session.

Nikola Racan interview by Grey

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Check out the interview with Nikola Racan by Henry Kingsford at Grey: part 01 & part 02!

Henry Kingsford interview

We’re slowly approaching the new edition of Vladimir Film Festival and with that in mind we decided to do a small recap of the 2015 VFF. We contacted Henry Kingsford, a London-based photographer and Grey Skateboard Magazine founder, last years exhibitor and guest, but mostly our friend who is visiting us again this year. In a brief interview we discuss his work at Grey, his photography and of course, Vladimir.

With this occasion we are taking the opportunity to thank Henry one more time for all the help last year on the exhibition “5 years in print” and all the promotion that he provided for the festival. Thanks man! Looking forward to seeing you again at the VFF2016.

Read the interview here.

Danger Dave

Danger Dave

Last year VFF’s collaboration with Kino Valli was a screening of Phil Evans’ documentary Coping Mechanism. This year the collaboration continues with an unusual documentary, Danger Dave is a film about a professional skateboarder from France, who is on his last legs, yet still has no desire to end his career.

Over a five year period, the filmmaker Philippe Petit explores the demise of a man who is unable to maintain a professional career as his life descends into a downward spiral of parties and debauchery.

On the occasion of his personal attending to the festival, we made a small interview with the author. Check it here!