First all-female skate film in over a decade is coming!
“Quit Your Day Job” is the first all-female skate film in the US in over a decade created by Erik Sandoval and Monique O’Toole. The film will showcase the most progressive street skating from the top female skateboarders in the world and also introduce up and coming skaters that are paving the way for the future generation of skateboarding.
Legends like Vanessa Torres, Lacey Baker and Samarria Brevard are staring the film as well as the next generation of up and comers including Candy Jacobs, Nika Washington, Mariah Duran, Annie Guglia, and Savannah Headden.
The official trailer is out and we couldn’t be more stoked! Check it out
The film is almost done but the filmmakers need your help to finish it. They launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise the funds to finish a movie that will definitely help and push the perception of new generations. Please take a look, support or simply share. Everything helps!
Go to their Indoegogo campaign HERE and check out their exclusive rewards. Check out the campaign’s video:
The movie also features Amanda Castillo, Chryssie Banfell, Kat Sy, and Courtney Akita, Chelsea Castro, Meagan Guy, Christiana Smith, Minna Stess, Roxzi Bokolas, Jordan Serpentini, Elo Jett, Maddie Collins, Die Hu, Eleanor Bowyer, Kelly Green, Kiana Parra, Noelia Velez, Ali Stevens, Marissa Martinez, Brighton Zeuner, Poppy Starr Olsen, Bryce Wettstein, Sierra Kerr, Nicole Hause, Andrea Bethke, Izy Mutu, Shanae Collins, Hanna Zanzi, Fabiana Delfino, Mimi Knoop, Kristin Ebeling, Jordyn Barratt, and Lenna Chrisala.
As said, this is huge for this and future generations of women. Positive role models can change the world.
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