Tag: norway

Wietse Thomas from Oslo, Norway send us his new video and already teased us that he has a bigger project coming out later this spring so this one could be seen as some sort of appetizer. It made us look forward to watching the next one!

Featuring Sivert Øveras, Jens Ugland, Mons Bøhmer, Patrick Riberg, Ruben Soon, and more.

Our friend Marcus Shaw together with Magnus Bordewick and Jacob Elveli spent a lot of time at the Teater between the months of June and October.

So much so that a 10-minute video was produced, a very high grade 10 minutes to be exact. Somehow Scandinavia keeps a steady flow of content coming our way, even when winter greats them earlier than some of the other European countries!

“Ice, driftwood, foamy waves and … skateboards? In this poetic short film, four skaters head north to the cold Norwegian coast, applying their urban skills to a wild canvas of beach flotsam, frozen sand and pastel skies. The result is a beautiful mashup — biting winds and short days, ollies and one ephemeral miniramp.”

NORTHBOUND is a short film directed by Jørn Nyseth Ranum, featuring Karsten Kleppan, Herman Stene, Didrik Galasso and Henrik Lund.

Actually it is the custom that the greatest parts get announced far in advance, so usually we are prepared to get sparked. However, this mind-blowing part from Karsten Kleppan and Jon Henrik Kongstein came just out of nowhere and causes open mouths. In case you are still reading, stopp here and hit the play button and get enchanted by the duo who have been shredding their home town in Norway every spare moment this past summer.

Filmmaker Martin Strøm produced a short but worth watching full length with his crew from Oslo, Norway, which was produced only between August and September this year.

Featuring: Marcus Vik, Øyvind Svensen, Ruben Soon, Thomas Sandli, Jonathan Arnestad, Martin Dammen, Jonathan Struksnæs, Fredrik Winsents, Marcus Shaw, Thomas Berget, Aleksander Østreng, Gabriel Bjørsvik, Stian Jacobsen, Kevin Bækkel, Vi Duc Truong and Daniel Pedersen.

Wo HUF drauf steht ist auch HUF drin. So auch bei den Vertretern aus Norwegen, welche nicht nur durch unglaublich interessante Spots überzeugen sondern auch einfach wirklich gut skaten. Gemischt mit analogen Fotos zeigt Kristoffer Kumar einen schönen Film mit Henrik Lund und Eirik Ballo.

Karsten Kleppan begibt sich für Element auf eine außergewöhnliche und zugleich faszinierende Reise nach Spitzbergen. Die Dokumentation zeigt die nördlichste Minirampe der Welt und begleitet den Norweger auf einer abenteuerlichen Route durch die Arktis mit all seiner Schönheit auf der Suche nach ein paar wenigen Spots.