James is working together with David Oakley on this year’s Thriller in the Chiller video content. The pair previously collaborated on the 2014 Ziptrek Commercial, which we released earlier this week.
James Holman recently shot and directed the new 2014 Ziptrek Commercial.
The brief was for a commercial that appealed to the backpacker market and convey the freedom, fun and scenery experienced by going on tour.
We’re stoked to announce that Youth of Yangon has made it into another film festival!
The Canadian Sports Film Festival takes place in Toronto from May 16th to 18th. Youth of Yangon is part of the Youth Program being put on and will screen May 18th.
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James recently worked with Juicy Projects in Sydney and the New South Wales Police Legacy.
Very few people outside of the NSW Police know that there is a great charity that exists to support families of Police Officers in times of great need. Very similar to traditional Legacy, they come alongside the families to provide support and resources when their loved ones die or are struggling with grave illness.
The video is available here.
James was filming and editing on behalf of 90 Seconds TV at the Mercedes-Benz 2014 National Trophy this past weekend. The event took place at Millbrook Resort and involved three days filming. James also delivered highlights after each days play on Saturday and Sunday.
We have some photos up on our Facebook page and will link to the video once it is available.
Check out our showreel from all the adventures we’ve had over the last 18 months here – https://vimeo.com/81663286
In late 2012 and early 2013 we made “Youth of Yangon”. It is the story of Myanmar skateboarding as told by the skateboarders themselves and those that we first discovered in “Altered Focus: Burma” in 2009.
“Youth of Yangon” was part of the “Official Selection” at both the 2013 “Newport Beach Film Festival” in Los Angeles and the 2014 “Byron Bay International Film Festival” receiving a “Best Documentary” nomination at the 2013 “International Skateboard Film Festival Los Angeles”.
After a run on Vimeo on Demand it is now available for free here.