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Thom

Thom: A Portrait of Modern Youth

Thom is a 19 year-old from the Sunshine Coast, in Queensland, mid-way down the east coast of Australia. He's also the subject of Riley Blakeway's eponymous, debut biopic film embedded above. Like a lot of films that capture the essence of Australian

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smit

Hong Kong: “City of Dreams”

Jonathan Van Smit lives in Hong Kong and captures documentary-style street photography between the hours of 11pm and 4am. He's one of the most open and interesting guys I've ever met: the kind of guy that makes you want to put the mic away and be

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Converse Ni Skate Film

Converse Skate Film “Ni” 逆

The idea and the resources behind this film gave it a lot of potential. Unfortunately, the execution was lacking something: in the narrative, the message and the (skateboarding) tricks. 1226

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Visual Life Satorialist

Visual Life Documentary: The Satorialist

I really enjoyed this short documentary on street fashion photographer, Scott Schumann aka The Satorialist. He has such an professional, friendly, but somehow odd report with his subjects. There were two quotes from the film that particularly

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Shanghai 5 Skate Documentary by Charles Lanceplaine

Shanghai 5: Skateboarding Documentary

Shanghai 5 is a documentary of the development of the the city's skate culture and their on-going love affair with it's dreamy urban architecture. The debut screening was held at The Source, back in early December and I really wish I could have made

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