Outside China's bustling, modern cities, he finds a countryside dominated by the legacy of China's political and economic system.
Transworld SKATEboarding magazine posted some great pictures of the Bones Brigade at the West Coast premier of their new documentary Bones Brigade: An Autobiography at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival Thursday.
The pictures were taken just a few hours after my Google+ hangout with the Bones Brigade, and the magazine posted the recorded video of the hangout on the page of every single picture! How cool is that?
Pictured from left to right: Steve Caballero, Lance Mountain, Rodney Mullen, , Mike McGill and Tommy Guerrero.
( was in Australia and couldn't attend the premier. But he was on my hangout!)
UPDATE: , who is one of the producers of the movie, just posted that the Film Festival has added an additional showing of the movie for Sunday at 1pm!!
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- Portal Pinball
- Cyclone 2000
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