• Documentaries
  • Pushing Myanmar

    Pushing Myanmar documents the change a free community skatepark has created in Yangon, Myanmar. Filmed between March 2016 and May 2017 the film is the third in a series that has documented the Myanmar skateboard scene beginning in 2009 with the Award Winning ‘Altered Focus: Burma’ before the Burmese language follow-up ‘Youth of Yangon’ in 2013.  […]

  • DIY spot/skatepark review
  • Sulvilahti DIY

    Constructing of the Suvilahti DIY skatepark started in spring 2011 when the Finnish Skateboard Association rented 900m2 of empty property from the city of Helsinki. A group of local skaters got together and started raising money from the private sector to build a kind of concrete skatepark that didn’t yet exist in Finland. By the […]

  • 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, […]

  • Documentaries
  • The Cinder Cone

    In the Spring of 2014 a small group of close friends broke ground on a building project in Skamania County, Washington in the Columbia River Gorge. Their primary endeavor was a multi-platform tree house, but also included a skate bowl and a wood fired soaking tub as well. The crew came from all over the […]

  • Book review
  • DIY/Underground Skateparks

    “DIY/Underground Skateparks” is full of stunning colour photographs of DIY skateparks from around the world. These photos reveal an authentic, unsentimental view of an often over glamorised subculture. DIY can be described as a movement within skateboarding which operates outside civic and societal norms. Through the utilisation of skater-constructed spaces, which are ordinarily, an adaptation of existing, […]