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The Latest Innersection Entries

The 2012 Innersection entry process has begun, and there are already a couple of early highlights. The brainchild of surf cinema kingpin Taylor Steele, this revolutionary user-generated method of surf video production has done a great job of shining a spotlight on talented surfers who don't necessarily have the big company sponsorship dollars to travel the world.This year the Innersection contest has changed a bit, opening a 5 month period from July 1 to December 1 as a single..

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Where’s War(d) Stories?

Chris Ward certainly needs no introduction on this blog, but this trailer for ...Lost Ent. latest video venture goes a long way to set up a new web series devoted to their most enigmatic team rider. Wardo's misadventures have been well-documented over the years in hilarious ...Lost classics like "What's Going Wrong?" and "Where's Wardo?" but with this new series let's hope we'll be introduced to a whole new level of insight into Ward's infamous antics.The web series is..

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O.A.R to Play Colorado’s Legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater

Of a Revolution, the band more commonly known as O.A.R, will return to Colorado's legendary outdoor venue, Red Rocks Amphitheater for a concert and live broadcast of the show on Sunday, July 15.O.A.R is known for their laid-back rock and roll vibe and anthems of outdoor adventures.This summer the band is embarking on their Summer Crush Tour and is excited to perform at Red Rocks for the fifth time in their career.We got in touch with Benj Gershman, one of the band's..

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Quiksilver’s No Agenda

Quiksilver just released a new surf film under some old ideals. The title is No Agenda, which may give you a sense of what they're getting at. The film is a throwback to a time when surf videos were D.I.Y. and the soundtrack of choice was 3-chord punk rock. Imagine a homemade surf video of you and your buddies, except you and your buddies happen to be some of the best surfers and videographers in the world. It's an old template, filled with modern surfing and cinematography, but still set..

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Gymkhana 5: Ken Block takes on San Francisco

Ken Block and DC Shoes Films released the latest iteration of his hugely popular Gymkhana series today, the creatively titled "Gymkhana Five." With over 140 million YouTube views across the previous four videos, this latest incarnation is comparatively subdued and stripped down from earlier versions--absent are gimmicks like Hollywood pyrotechnics and smashed fluorescent light bulbs. Gym 5 places the focus firmly back on Block's incredible driving skills and lets the City by..

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Kerrzy in Bali

Lensman Matt Kleiner once again sends us a little gem from the cutting room floor as he works on filming Josh Kerr's new biopic film. This clip is from a stint the two did in Bali recently, where the dry season-- and the phenomenal conditions that come with it-- are in full swing.

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Skateboarder Magazine to Re-Release 411VM

Anyone who grew up riding a skateboard around the turn of this century will be excited to hear that Skateboarder magazine is re-releasing the entire library of 411VM in the coming months, and this time it won't be on VHS. Here's what they had to say about it:"In 1993, long before the Internet made the world available with a few clicks of a mouse, skateboarding got its first taste of regular skate footage in the form of 411 Video Magazine. Co-founded by Josh Friedberg with some..

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My Collection with Jesse Burtner

Since summer is technically snowboarding's off season, we're forced to find other things to stimulate us. Sure, there's surfing, camping, and fishing. But we're still ready to talk about snowboarding.My Collection is a video series created by kidsKNOW and it sits down with some of snowboarding's most prominent and influential personalities in the industry and gets the details of their snowboarding movie collections. Sit down with Jesse Burtner at Think Thank studios and hear..

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Surfer Mag’s ‘The Distant Shores’

To supplement their annual Big Issue, Surfer magazine released a fantastic short film titled The Distant Shores, chronicling a series of polar opposite surf expeditions to the ends of the earth. From slab hunting in Ireland, to frozen Norwegian tubes, to apocalyptic death bombs off Sumatra, this film has some truly incredible footage. And lucky for us the whole 16-minute masterpiece is available for download here.

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