‘OPEN is the name and concept of the new Longboard Girls Crew (LGC) film directed by Daniel Etura. The movie features a diverse group of female longboarders hailing from 11 different countries who get together in one of the most talked about places on Earth: Israel.’
Thanks to our sponsors there will be a raffle on the night with lots of gear to give away!
When: Friday 31st July, Doors 8pm
Where: Rivoli Cinemas, Melbourne
Tickets: Free entry – Limited seats available
Check the Facebook event HERE!
If you would like to secure your seat, email openpremiereseating@gmail.
com with your full name.
Please only reserve a seat if you are available and attending the premiere.
If you have a reserved seat and are no longer able to attend the premiere, please inform us of the change via email – we don’t want anyone to miss out!
Our LGC Australia Ambassador and OPEN rider Jenna Russo will be there hosting the event.
Thanks to the sponsors that helped make this premiere happen: Vault Skate, Incus Skate Trucks, Twelve Board Store, XS Helmets, Sunset Skate Sessions, (…more tab).
SEE YOU THERE!
Welcome to the LBA x LGC S.S.S. Hunt! Longboard Atlanta and Longboard Girls Crew is working together to bring you a fun scavenger hunt at Piedmont Park and the Beltline area. But FIRST! We’ll do a LGC Open movie showing before the festivities at Plaza Theater on Ponce de Leon Ave Ne near Highlands Ne
This scavenger hunt is open to the public and not restricted to just Longboard Atlanta members! Invite your friends and family. Everyone can participate, no skill level required. The point of this scavenger hunt is to bring everybody together for a day of skate and some fun times. I also encourage you to bring out a female friend who skates. I know you’re out there!
With your own camera (camera phone is sufficient), you and your team will skate around certain areas of Atlanta that we will map out for you to complete a list to earn points. Upload the pics/vid on your instagram and tag #LBAhunt2015 and your team name so we can tally your points. If you don’t have an instagram account, you should! It’s 2015. If you feel like it, you can make one for the scavenger hunt.
Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 teams with the most points. Participants can sign up in either teams of 2-5. It’s 10$ to participate in the scavenger hunt. You must have a board and helmet (safety!) If you’d like to register your team before hand, please message Possala Wang.
9:00am: Movie Starts! Meet at Plaza Theater and head upstairs.
11:00am: Meet at Piedmont Park for shreddage =D Registration starts
11:30am: Skaters set loose!
1:30pm: Skaters return to tally points up
2:30pm: Award Ceremony
Register on the Facebok event here and check all updates. Have fun everyone!
The French OPEN premiere is ready and its a day full of activities… Get ready!
We will start at 4.00pm at the Parc de Parilly to meet, skate and have some group fun. We’ll be at Côté monuments aux morts. Valeria Kechichian, LGC Director and OPEN rider along with many of the LGC France riders will be there. We will have test boards so if you don’t owe one, don’t worry at all, just come. We’ll play games and have fun things prepared so don’t miss it!
After the screening we will give away a board from our sponsor Secoa Longboards and one of the beautiful drawing from Lna Morandi. Check out her amazing art! Also, some drinks will be served to end the night the best way possible.
In case you haven’t seen it, here’s OPEN’s trailer and a 15 min video with extracts of the full movie… we promise epicness!
Click here to join the Facebook event and all updates.
See you all there! Abientot!
We loved the first and second episodes of the French series ‘French Girls Down the Mountains’ so we were stoked to go to one of the most amazing spots in Europe to shoot the third and final episode of the series under Mstr Pan’s direction.
Lyde Begue, Anne Poursin, Elise Mathis, Marjorie Romeo, Laure Descloitre, Suzie Peyriat & Indy Janka ripping in the most epic location. Enjoy!
Big thanks to everyone who made this possible and special thanks to Pan for his amazing drive & heart.
What it feels like for a girl and how we’re usually put down by it. And even though this is a fashion ad I think we can all relate to what this girls are saying. Take a look:
“I think more girls probably don’t skate cause they think they’re not really allowed to, or they won’t be good at it or other people will judge them”
“It’s nice to know that there are other females who enjoy skateboarding as well, it feels empowered to have females with you who skate”
“When guys see me skating they are confused or really amazed”
“It’s really empowering to get on a skateboard and cruise around”
Happy to see some fashion brands are going a bit deeper and sending a wider message instead of using a board as an accessory. Let’s keep working!