Earlier this year we were pleasantly surprised by a video called 93FRAMES – EPISODE 1. A loving portrait of one of the rougher areas in France. The video showed the spots, the skaters, and most importantly the people of that area. It was obviously made with the type of attention to detail that two people that live and breathe in that area themselves would poses.
Macéo Moreau was one of those two architects of that video. He is the main guy behind this new video that we are premiering today. But this project is not so much about an area it is more like a tour video. But it is still about a group of people, traveling and skating together. Which in 2020 was one of the things most of us missed the most.
Differences aside, what remains throughout both projects, is that same loving feeling that was so present in the the first episode of 93FRAMES. So, without wasting any more words, we ask you to press play and enjoy vx TOLON.
This video starts with the song: “A Chacun Son Probléme” by Amadou & Mariam, the title translates into “Everyone has their own problems”.
The reason why this makes so much sense is that this video was filmed in Paris’ 93rd district, a place that is known as one of the most dangerous places in Paris.
The project was created by Macéo Moreau & Malo Simonet two people who are from the area itself. And that really shows throughout the project, they skate everything and connect with the people which creates a semi-documentary type of feel which most skaters who search for spots can really relate to.
Another good feature of the project is that the architecture is diverse, it shows both the trash & the treasures that are hidden in these Parisian suburbs.
All in all, this first episode of the project makes us look forward to the second and we hope it features the same crew.
Marius Moreau, Antoine Volle, Victor Campillo, Simon Souchois, Kevin Ozcan, Abel Leblanc, Thibault Lenours, Macéo Moreau & Malo Simonet.
To be honest, it might have been the first time I came across a video of Marseille’s BMG crew, which is a shame considering how much I enjoyed the skating and the rawness of it!
Featuring Samy Idrissou, Tony Rafanomezana, Victor Campillo, Ben Raitano, Valentin Verd, Miguel Costabel , Mickael Kaba, Florent Mineo, Fabien Rolland, Luc Mazieres, Brian Bunting, Kevin Ozcan, Thibault Vernet, and Maceo Moreau.
Augustin Giovannons “A.E.I.U.O” just came out with a second part and it shows almost a full part of our columnist Franz Grimm and a lot of good footage from a lot of our good friends. Arguably Augustin’s best work, so far! Berlin, Paris, Copenhagen.
In our opinion, his best work so far. Augustin Giovannoni drops a new edit and at the very end you will see the date his full length video might be released. Paris, Berlin & Potsdam feat.: Val Bauer, Tolia Titaev, Niklas Speer von Cappeln, Remy Taveira, Daniel Pannemann, Franz Grimm & many more.
After 15 years Trauma Skateboards from France suffers the same fate as Clichè recently did. But before pulling the plug the team and everybody behind the brand want to say “Au revoir” with this full length, which fittingly goes by the name of “NoWhere”.
Featuring Léo Cholet, Fred Plocque Santos, Alex Richard, Ben Delaboulaye, Julien Morin, Jeremy Garcia, Tim Débauché, Macéo Moreau and Elliott Auffray.
You probably have seen the parts of Marca Barbier, Maceo Moreau and Michael Mackrodt on our site already. Now this is the complete full length project about Europe’s three popular metropolises coordinated by our friend Thomas Busuttil. Very worth watching!
Featuring Remy Taveira, Kevin Rodriguez, Roman Gonzales, Tom Knox, Jake Collins, Jarne Verbrugen, Didrik Gallasso, Joseph Biais, Vincent Coupeau, Denny Pham, Dennis Busenitz, Kyron Davis, Marc-Alexandre Barbier, Maceo Moreau, Michael Mackrodt, Yoshi Tannenbaum, Harry Lintel, Edouard Depaz, Giorgi Balkhamishvili and so many more!
Yesterday we posted about Marc-a today we do the same if we are lucky he puts out another clip tomorrow and even though his footage is always nice this part has some of the best footage Mr. Barbier has produced so far. Kudos to Mr. Busutil and the rest of the De Paris staff for making this happen.
If you want to know more about this young Parisian read our interview with him.