• Documentaries
  • Artifacts of Exclusion

    Video and text by James Morley.  The ideals of modernization and utopia that were influential in the design of present day urban space have changed our experience of the city environment. Excessive imagery, visually stimulating architecture, and emphasis on the automobile and the construction of roads have all ultimately reduced inter-human experience and managed to […]

  • Documentaries
  • The Cult of Concrete

    The Cult of Concrete is a story of Mark Hubbard and his friends; who sparked the modern concrete skate park revolution literally from their backyard. The film documents how Mark and his friends started with a dream to build their own projects to eventually becoming a booming business building parks for cities and towns all […]

  • Documentaries
  • Lightbox: Hockey

    John Magnusson, aka J-Mag, one of the understated driving forces behind the thriving Malmö skate scene once had a career in Hockey – it is perhaps through this that he brings a wider skill set and work ethic to his job developing the skate scenes in Malmö and beyond with his colleagues at Bryggeriet skate […]

  • Documentaries
  • Kampsa skatepark

    Documentary about twenty years of existence of Kampsa, squatted house in 1992, on the border between Pasaia and San Sebastian, in Basque Country. Music, skateboarding and post-nuclear environments, to remember some stories that would otherwise end up sinking forever, in the mud of Pasaia. Two decades of self-management and shared illusions. Two decades of parties, […]