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casey rogers rock
Photo (rip from video) by Christopher Brown

Back in June, Casey and I wanted to make a video for National Go Skateboarding Day aka the first day of summer aka June 21st 2013. We wanted to do something different, something interesting in the world of skateboarding and for ourselves. So Saturday June 22 we grabbed the video camera, tossed our boards in the car, and drove an hour north to Hague, NY to Rogers Rock Campground. There’s a nice mountain trail there leading up to a beautiful view over Lake George. We made our way to the top stopping off where we felt inspired and challenged to skate. There were moments where we put ourselves at serious risk of being hurt or killed but all in good fun and filmmaking. Also, skating on rocks is very difficult and this video doesn’t do justice to how tough it is. We had a blast, enjoy.

Filmed and Directed by Casey Ray Schultz and Christopher Brown
Edited by Christopher Brown
Produced by Rated gnaR Films
Music” I’ll Cut You Down” by Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats
from the album Blood Lust, 2012 Metal Blade Records
Copyright 2013 Rated gnaR Films/ Bad Culture Films

chris cliff
Photo (rip from video) by Casey Ray Schultz

Once again Chainsaw Disco Films and Bad Culture Films are pleased to be involved with the Peoples Pixel Project, the annual film fest put on by Lake George Arts (see links at the bottom).
This 3rd year submitting Shane and I are both award winners and will have our films among 15 others screened at the Charles R. Wood theatre in Glens Falls, NY on April 1st at 3pm.

1st Winner:
“Cities of Scandal” Ghoul Poon music video directed by Shane Sanchez is the only winner in the tunes cateogory focusing on music videos. Ghoul Poon’s musice can be downloaded for free at http://lofikabuki.bandcamp.com. Check out the video:

2nd Winner:
“Summer Session 2010” short skateboarding video by Chris Brown (featuring Casey Ray Schultz) is one of a few winners of the Get Reel category focusing on documentary. Check it out:

Next year’s going to be tough. Check out the Lake George Arts and Peoples Piexel Project pages below and get ready to submit next fall.

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