Vladimir 2018 program

Vladimir film festival 2018 program:


27. 9.  / Thursday
Fažana

Brioni Hotel

19:00
Photo and video exhibition
Dornelândia

19:00
Photo exhibition
Sarah Parson Texas

19:00
Skate market
Palomino
Low life
Simple skateboards
Dumb skateboards
Absurd skateboards
Marko Zubak

20:00
Skate video projections

Feng Shui
Daniel Ferreira, Raphael Bravin

Josh Cox and Joe Sivell
Chris Morgan

Ostalghia
Guillaume Périmony

Waltz
Spencer Legebokoff

Teddie
George Toland

Kasarna

23:00
Photo exhibition
Peter Fettich


28. 9. / Friday
Fažana

Piazza Grande

19:00
Street food stand
REPeat

19:00
Photo exhibition
Tom Wilk

20:00
Skate video projections:

Mustapha
Tom Wilk

Yalla Yalla
Absurd skateboards

Don’t worry Gordo, the universe will get us there
Jackson Davis

Hawaiian Peel
Keanu Robson

Dumb ape tour
Dumb skateboards

Brothers
Nino Jurlina

Kasarna

23:00
Branimir after party
DJ Figlio


29. 9. / Saturday
Pula

Kino Valli

19:00
Photo exhibition
Louisa Menke

20:00
Get used to it
Blam studio

20:25
Photosynthesis
Sarcusnevarc

20:30
Expedition to I-ran

Original Copy

Kaštel

21:30
The Skatrix (installation)
Rick Charnoski, Coan Buddy Nichols

Galerija Cvajner

23:00
Photo exhibition
Will Jivcoff


30. 9. / Sunday
Fažana

National park Brijuni

18:00
Brijuni boat ride

20:30
Amazing Race
Jucie Huhtala

20:40
Absurd at the Azov Sea

Absurd skateboards

21:00
This is not the new Grey Area Video: Neverwhere
Kuba Kaczmarczyk

Kasarna

23:00
After party w/ BBQ


You can check the locations of the festival on the map.


Supported by: TZ Fažana / Grad Pula / TZ Pula / Istarska Županija / NP Brijuni / Pula Film Festival / Kino Valli / Galerija Cvajner / Kasarna prostor urbane kulture / Piazza Grande / Nakonjusmo / Six Penelope
Media partners: Grey skateboard magazine / Solo magazine / Live skateboard media / Free skateboard magazine

Festival locations

Find your way around Fažana and Pula. We made a map. It’s a treasure hunt from now on! You can find it in our festival newspaper or download it on to your phone.

Peter Fettich photo exhibition

On Thursday 27th we are hosting a great photo exhibition at Kasarna in Fažana. Peter Fettich from Ljubljana, Slovenia, has captured some of the amazing moments at Vertbrant mini ramp contest and Vladimir film festival, intermittently, since 2013.

I have been heavily immersed in skate/snowboard culture since the mid 90s. As most information during the 90s was through magazines and movies, I developed an interest in photography towards the end of the millennium. For the past 7 years my main focus in photography has been traditional analog black and white darkroom imagery.

Vladimir documentary

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.

Taufek Asmarak

Taufek Asmarak, the founder of independent magazine Waxfeather, is bringing us Quit KL, a skate video from Kuala Lumpur by Tep York. At Vladimir Film Festival, Taufek is showing a photo exhibition documenting underground skate scene from Malaysia (Singapore) and Indonesia, made during the filming of the Quit KL video.

The exhibition and the screening are set for Friday, 22nd September at Caffe bar Stara Fažana from 19:00.

Island by Jim Craven

Jim Craven, a young author from Manchester, is here with us again after last year’s preview of what we today know as the Land video. With great pleasure we are watching his next installment named Island at National park Brijuni on Sunday 24th of September.

‘Island’ is an expansion on a project we embarked on last year, ‘Land’. This summer we have travelled the length of the UK, camping in the wild and skating unique and rural spots along the way. It stars Tom Day and Zach Riley, alongside friends we met along the way.

Jim Craven


Photo: Henry Kingsford

Kompa by Mihael Šandro

Mihael Šandro, a nineteen year old from Rijeka, currently living in Copenhagen, has been creating short video clips for the past few years, documenting croatian skate scene, mostly focusing on Rijeka’s scene in which he oft en participates.

In collaboration with Simple skateboards he created his first featured video Kompa (slang for buddy). Video is gathering all of the prominent skaters from the Croatian skateboarding scene, also featuring few a Slovenian skaters. Video was filmed for the past two years on locations in Croatia, Slovenia and Italy.

You can catch it on Friday, September 22nd at Caffe bar Stara Fažana.