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The introduction by Frank Nasworthy of polyurethane wheels to skateboarding in the early 70's was revolutionary. And the addition of precision bearings to urethane wheels changed skating forever.
The Urethane Wheel Edition DVD likewise produced some changes for our movie. Director Matthew Manus recut a bit of the third act, and after a bit of post film festival analysis, the movie's title was also changed... sort of... as you may have noticed.
But we believe change is good, and just as clay wheels have become somewhat of a rare item, The Clay Wheel Edition DVD found it's way into very few hands, so if you were lucky enough to get one you now possess what amounts to a good old fashioned first edition. So don't just pitch it in the dumpster like you no doubt did with your old clay wheels. Put it somewhere safe... like say... in a safe.
Anyway, enough old school nostalgia. Like Don might have said back in the 70's after his first mongo push on precision rolling urethane wheels...
We were doing a little house cleaning the other day when we came across this editorial written and published two years ago by our friend Michael Brooke in Concrete Wave Magazine. As we re-read the piece, we realized that Michael's editorial is perhaps even more resonant today than the day he published it, way back in the good old days of spring 2008. We've attached it below for your reading pleasure. Just right-click to download to your desktop.
And thanks for the good words, Michael. They're as relevant as ever. The Dropping In Production Team.
Here are some pics from the last tracking session...
Year four of the global financial crisis is upon us, and times can suck for those less financially fortunate, so we devised an evil yet simple plan to keep the cost of watching Dropping In as low as possible. Now you can name your own price with this special iPad, iPod and iPhone ready stream of the complete movie. (Data charges from your carrier may apply) You can also watch the high quality movie file right in your web browser. So with practically no budgetary concerns whatsoever why not watch and enjoy Dropping In: The Don Wimmer Story today. Just click HERE to get The Swiss Bearing Edition Download, and times can suck for a little less this year. Thanks for supporting independent film.
Dropping In screens at Skateboard Movie Night at The Steynberg Gallery to benefit San Luis Obispo skate parkTue, 06/30/2009 - 22:49 — don
Jack is a true champion of sport and an expert on the sport of skateboarding in particular. Hell, he's probably forgotten more about skating than most of us will ever know, so true to form he arranged the screening to benefit some much needed new terrain at San Luis Obispo skate park. Seriously, can there be too many good places to skate?
We like the way Jack thinks, and we also would like to help make the world a better place to skate... one skate park at a time, so if you're planning a skate event, or would like to plan one, please drop us a line and we'd be happy to try and accommodate with a screening.
Keep on shredding,
Don and The Dropping In Production Team
Plenty of good times were had by all at The 2009 Method Fest, and we'd like to thank festival executive director Don Franken, his devoted crew, all the generous festival sponsors, the City of Calabasas, and Mayor Dennis Washburn for hosting such an enjoyable and well planned event. Thanks to all for emphasizing the FEST in film festival and for supporting the discovery of creative new voices in film.
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