A glimpse of Tallinn's Metsakooli DIY
Viss Safe premieres on 14th June at K-suns at 19:00. Get tickets at Clockwise and Tikari before the premiere. We are going to sell remainig tickets at the entrance as well.
The video is almost ready and now is in the final editing stage. Looks like it is going to be up to 40 minutes in length, so a lot of action is installed.
The main cast of the video includes: Mark Voronenko, Fricis Štrauss, Meelis Erm, Ed Gaba, Pavels Berezjuks, Rudolfs Rorbahs, Niklavs Vetra, Krišjanis Kalvans and Miks Grantiņš. Of course there are a lot of friends footage etc.
Viss Safe – our upcoming video has been announced in May and the premiere is coming in June. The first trailer is out, and if you still haven’t seen it, check it out. The cast of the film has not yet been disclosed, but it is probably obvious if you follow the local skate scene. We can say that Mark, the walling construction worker above, will have a section in the video. The video is at the editing stage at the moment, but it looks like it will be close to 40 minutes in length. So yeah, a lot of to see. We also plan more premieres, definitely want to hit Liepaja, Vilnius and maybe Tallinn. We’ll see.
Skatepark comeback in Imanta
We proudly present you the first teaser for RajonTV’s upcoming full-length video VISS SAFE. The project has been technically in the making for the last 3 years and will showcase safe skating from Riga skate heads and friends. We will disclose the full cast closer to the premiere which is coming really soon.
RajonTV news in Madona
Good times and links in April
I clearly remember three years ago skating in Gtiims in April and early May because it was always raining. This year April is so hot we are catching tan and fully skating outside filming street clips. It is definitely global warming; however, at least we are going to die after enjoying good weather.
For this month top 10 we finally gathered only street clips from our Baltic friends. Okay, in two clips skaters use some skatepark obstacles, but they skate them in the streets, or end up in the street after skating them (it will be clearer after watching).