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Published on Mar 31, 2016
"B&B" is the arguably corny, yet openly interpretable code name for what resembles an always-ongoing video project of mine, basically trying to decant years worth of random footage sitting on a continuously increasing number of hard drives into a somewhat tangible (and, most of all, public) thing, under the form of (hopefully) frequent web edits, all free for people to see and maybe get stoked on.
First skater to ever have his B&B footage endure the www treatment happens to be the one and only Vivien Feil - now a relatively longtime french skateboarding figurehead, be it through his regular, numerous & always qualitative media contributions (print & web), his co-ownership of Magenta Skateboards, or - most essentially - his distinct Strasbourg- & Paris-forged skateboarding style.
The clips in this edit were all casually and spontaneously gathered on location in Bordeaux, France (home to Vivien & Magenta's current endeavors) besides a few that were filmed in my hometown Blois while on a friendly visit last year. The movie extract is from hungarian director Tarr Bela's classic "Damnation" and the soundtrack is by Budapest-based Mihály Víg.