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Innovative Wakeboard Film ‘Lipsmack’ Debuts

Wakeboarding films are alive and well. To prove it, former editor of GrindTV Patrick Wieland teamed up with Slingshot Wake to produce Lipsmack, an epic film featuring the creative side of wakeboarding. Wieland and crew spent almost a year traveling to various locations filming and building over 47 custom rails. As such, the film focuses on the explore, create, and shred aspect of the sport. Lipsmack features riders Jeff McKee, Oli Derome, Shredtown, Mike Ennen, Jeff House, Steffen..

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Indonesian Tunnels Through the Eyes of Hugues Oyarzabal

Frenchman Hugues Oyarzabal just returned from a 5-month stay in Indonesia, and unlike most traveling surfers he's got more than some tall tales to show for it. As a goofyfoot, Hugues found an endless supply of winding lefthand tubes on Bali's Bukit Peninsula and on several outer-island missions. Lucky for us, he was able to strap on his Go-Pro for some of the most mesmerizing POV shots to date. With the help of his girlfriend's land angles, he crafted this 33-minute film..

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Riley Blakeway’s Dolphin Days

Riley Blakeway, a brilliant young lensman from Australia who first leapt into the spotlight by winning Stab Magazine's Little Weeds competition in 2009, has since gone on to make a handful of web projects and a feature film on pal Chippa Wilson for Analog. But Riley's been ditching the beaches for the streets as of late, filming a new skate project called Dolphin Days. Here is episode one, featuring the four-wheeled stylings of Chima Ferguson, Bo Reid, Rhino, Josh Pill, Jake Hayes, Ryder..

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The Mad Ones: Scott Blum Rips Through Japan

A persistent comment from snowboarders this winter was, "You gotta get to Japan. The conditions are all time". Sure, Japan's terrain and snow seasons seem to be continuously "all time." However, with the weak winter the States experienced, we heard this sentiment echoed more than usual. In the latest The Mad Ones, the creator Liam Gallagher focuses in on Volcom team rider Scott Blum's trip to Japan. This edit zeroes in on another aspect of Japan's snowboard culture. Rather..

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Surfing Mag’s Swimsuit Issue Videos

Surfing Magazine's annual Swimsuit Issue is here, and if you haven't held it in your hands yet, maybe this will ease your pain. Our comrades over at -ING have cut a few short films to supplement each of their shoot locations from the issue. Here are two of them: Hawaii and the Salton Sea. Enjoy.

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Nick Rozsa’s Homegrown Retrospective

Chris Papaleo, captain of SaltyBeards and creator of the Homegrown series with Nick Rozsa, has just released a 10-minute mini-movie which features highlights of their journey, or as Chris puts it "moments from the homegrown project featuring some friends that were along for the ride." Cameos include Dillon Perillo, the Coffin brothers, Nathaniel Curran, Jeremy Ryan, and some guy named Kelly Slater.

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L.E.A.F.’s Environmental Video Contest

The Leaders of Environmental Action Sports Films (L.E.A.F.) launched their annual environmental video contest involving high school students across the United States. To participate, high school film students are encouraged to submit a 30 or 60 second public service announcement about an environmental preservation issue that is dear to them. To help promote the contest, students at Northwood High produced an interview with the CEO of Etnies, Pierre Andre.

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Josh Kerr’s LIGHT

Lensman extraordinaire Matt Kleiner has been shadowing Josh Kerr for the better part of a year now, working on a biopic film project which focuses on the Australian ripper. Josh is currently sitting at number one in the World Rankings, having seemingly found his competitive stride after a couple of seasons in limbo. Kerr now resides in Southern California, and Kleiner cut this short film from some leftover clips of rippable surf in San Diego. Enjoy, Light:

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Salina Cruz Standoff

For decades a few lucky ex-pats have been steadily trickling south from nearby Puerto Escondido to a quiet fishing village in Oaxaca, understandably tight-lipped about the hidden perfection stacked up along a set of sand-bottom points. Then, in 2006, a Rip Curl Search event scored what has been called the best contest-surf ever seen, and overnight the whispers and murmurs began. The secret was out, and surfers flooded the area, treading the fine line between exposure and exploitation with..

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