Premiere: Short Skate Docu - Pushing Through Generations
For the past year and a half, our team affiliates Valerie Wynants and Laurens Thys have been working on a short video portrait on the Hasselt skate scene. Due to Covid, shooting a skate short-docu couldn’t have been more badly timed, though. With a canceled KPM cup, closed skate shops, and restricted usage of the skate park, it has been a bumpy ride.
But it’s almost here! On November 7th we will premiere our short-docu 'Pushing Through Generations' at Werf - Hoek 8! So be there or stay home, but we guess you’ve had enough lockdown vibes by now ;) We hope to see you all for an evening full of the best tricks, good food, and music.
The documentary will include old footage from the early years of the Hasselt scene and interviews with Steven from PooPoo, Sander Thys from Push, Gilles Lizin from KPM Skate and Sara from Nina Skate. On top of that, there will be top-notch skating!
NOVEMBER 7, TIMING
16h - 18h skate contest including ‘best trick’, ‘mini’contest’ and ‘fun challenges’ with music by Onbeskoft Soundsystem
18h: BBQ by Yannick Douw
19h: short skate docu premiere
20h: Live music by Dennis
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