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Up next, is mysterious/kick ass videographer and rider, Richard Forne.
Click below to check it out. Thanks to Fez for the pic.
Ride UK has an interview up with Richard Forne (who I called Richard Wilson last week… but I think his name is Richard Forne Wilson. At least that’s what his email said. Anyway…), the Nike 6.0 media apprentice winner and the filmer/editor who was responsible for the Owain Clegg Carhartt edit we had on the site last week. Check out his interview on the Ride UK site and make sure to watch his edits again.
Francis sent me a link to this edit that Richard Forne did for the Nike Media Apprentice thing.
I don’t know much about the contest, but I really enjoyed this edit. I was glued all the way to the end to see where it went, and I was not disappointed. Nice effort dudes!!!!
Click below to check out the edit.
Always exciting to watch. I’m also excited about the nightmares I’m gonna have about that scorpion.
Eyeball his By The Numbers feature in case you missed it.
You might need to set aside some quiet time for this one, but I definitely recommend you do. Richard Forne did a good job of getting the Above Below crew (and more) to candidly discuss BMX and its lifestyle in the BELOW version of the video. Also, that screengrab is horrifying.
You can watch Above Below in full below. This is the most I’ve ever typed “below” in one spot.
The Sosh Urban Motion project/contest is a wrap and above you can check out the 1st through 3rd place edits which feature Alex Kennedy/Richard Forne, Alex Donnachie/Peter Adam and Maxime Charveron/Thibaut Grevet. Pretty awesome, considering the premise was to film an edit using only an iPhone.
In addition, Hadrien Picard came through with a sweet photogallery from the making of these. Read his intro below, then click to check out the pics.
Just a month ago, 7 teams from France & UK of one rider/one filmer were invited in Paris for the 2nd edition of the Sosh Urban Motion. They had a week to produce a clip & I’m sure everyone will agree that it was an awesome time.
We saw some of the best riders & filmers creating some amazing clips, only in a couple of days, only with a smartphone…
I was there to organize the contest with Yann Colignon but I also had the chance to follow the teams and take some pictures.
A huge thanks to Sosh & all the teams. You rule.
I like the description:
Bruno went away to war ridden Tel Aviv casino bewertungen to film for this Federal edit, but with too many incoming missiles he decided to finish off in the less hostile Barcelona.
Filmed and edited by: Richard Forne
That’s the first thing I thought when I got the email about this Mutiny in London edit. If you’ve seen Forgetting Sarah Marshall, than you know what I’m on about.
Anyway, check out Josh Bedford, George Boyd, Sean O Connell, Robbo and Matt Roe in London. Put together by Richard Forne.
Richard Forne put together this intense look into Niki Croft’s recovery/crash from last year, as a Relentless short story. Richard always puts in good work, and this is no exception. Shouts to Richard and Niki for reaching out to us with this.
On the 10th of October 2010 Niki Croft suffered a near fatal crash at the London Cycle show.
He was put into a medically-induced coma that should have lasted five hours but he did not
wake for two days. When he woke his memory was shattered.
This is the fragmented story of his accident and recovery since the crash.
Filmed in one night. By Richard Forne.
Team UK comes in 2nd Place in the Standby series.
Click below for edit and info.