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From skateboarder/filmmaker Brett Nichols comes Pathways. A skate film that’s more focused on modern architecture than the act of skateboarding itself.


Drawing its influence from Japanese films, Pathways took 5 years to make and with black and white footages being the majority feature, viewers are left with a hauntingly beautiful cinematic experience, the same experience we felt after watching a really good Japanese horror films.

Although it focuses mainly on the architecture, this feature film doesn’t shy away from the plethora of tricks performed by skaters like Chris Jatoft, Josh Paz and many more.

So here it is, Pathways. A skate video to quench your thirst for both architectural designs and kickass skateboarding footages. Enjoy!


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