Harmony Korine on the Skate Videos He's Known and Loved
The 'Gummo' director explains how skateboarding influenced his filmmaking.
Harmony Korine, as told to Kevin Wilkins
How Spike Jonze Got His Start Making Skate Videos
On a new episode of 'EPICLY LATER'D,' we caught up with the 'Her' and 'Being John Malkovich' filmmaker to revisit the days when he spent most of his time making skate videos.
How a Teen Obsession with Skate Videos Shaped My Music Taste
It's been a long time since I felt the urge to watch a bunch of dudes slide down rails on planks of wood, but when I was 13, it was everything.
Meet the Nieratkos
William Strobeck Wants to Bring Back the Golden Era of Skate Videos
In this era of big-budget skate videos, Strobeck's lo-fi contributions are a breath of fresh air.
Meet the Nieratkos
Seventeen Things You Didn't Know About the Static Skate Videos
After seven years of filming, director Josh Stewart recently released the last installments of IV and V of Static. I skate-nerded out with the director and got some behind-the-scenes dirt on the 15-year project that makes up his life's work.
Skate Video Director Colin Read Schools Us on Lo-Fi Filmmaking
I talked to Colin about his brand of lo-fi filmmaking, his cult favorite skate film 'Tengu: God of Mischief,' and what it means to be "greedy about life."
It is with a heavy heart that we say this is the last part of the Elissa Steamer Epicly Later'd series.
In Part 2, we hear more about what it was like for the best girl skater in the world to hang out in an all-dudes world.
We're psyched to finally have a female pro skater on the show, and who better than Elissa Steamer, the first female pro skater ever.
Elissa Steamer - Trailer
We've wanted to do an Elissa episode for quite some time now, and finally all the planets have aligned to make it happen. Elissa first blew minds out of skull holes over a decade ago in Toy Machine's classic, 'Welcome to Hell.' Since then, she's done...
We've finally come to the end of Mr. Koston's series. We think it's been an honest look at a skater who hasn't sabotaged his career by falling prey to the pitfalls that are all too common in professional skateboarding.