Radio Bosforo, Vans Italy in Istanbul
In viaggio a Istanbul con Alberto Chimenti e i migliori skater del team Vans Italia.
Radio Bosforo è un giro su un furgone omologato a nove posti con dentro almeno undici persone e la radio ad alto volume con la musica random suonata dalle radio locali. La colonna sonora di questo film – uscito lunedì scorso in partnership con Solo Mag – è quasi un Weekend Mixtape, ma solo di 5 minuti purtroppo. A compensare ci sono i trick dei migliori skater d’Italia, coordinati dal migliore team manager d’Italia, le riprese di Niccolò Rodighiero, gli scatti e la regia di Alberto Chimenti Dezani.
Ciao Davide, ciao Chime, ciao Jacopo, ciao Mattia, ciao Lucio, ciao Prisco, ciao tutti, ciao Istanbul, sei sempre bellissima.
“What’s the best part of skateboarding life? I think that most of us will answer: landing a new trick. I agree with this one, but what’s the second reason why we love skateboarding? It’s traveling! Going on tour, discovering new spots – especially if you don’t know much about the city that you are going to. In this case, Istanbul was a question mark for all of us. To my eyes, the city with over 15 million inhabitants on two continents is an Oriental version of NYC. Maybe the expression “melting pot” was invented there. Eleven skaters squeezed in a van for nine people, five days in the traffic jam in between beautiful spots. We crossed the bridge from the European to the Asian side a bunch of times. The sound system in the van didn’t work properly, we were only able to listen to the radio. We listened to American music, European artists, and of course local ones. It depended on which radio station or side of the city we were in, but our favorite selection came out of our portable speakers. That’s the reason why we thought about starting our own radio station: Radio Bosforo.”
Fotografie di Alberto Chimenti Dezani:
Directed by Alberto Chimenti Dezani
Starring (in order of appearance):
Will Odiete, Sergio Reinhardt, Mattia Turco, Fabio Montagner, Jacopo Picozza, Alessandro Mazzara, Selin Ardak.
Videography by Niccolò Rodighiero & Alberto Chimenti Dezani
35mm & 3D Photography by Alberto Chimenti Dezani
Still Photography by Ramon Zuliani
Art Direction by Evergreen Design House
Media Partner: Solo Skate Mag
Team Manager: Davide Martinazzo
Lucio Pergola, Davide Feneri, Thea Valenti, Alex Forbes, Chris Pfanner, Vans Europe, Vans Turkey, Stefan Schwinghammer, Oliver Klobes, Nurefsan Kocak, Razan Aykac, Cenk Kulioglu, Alper Kanakci, Yigit Akbiyik, Ali Osman Ensar, Dylan Gerede Erkaya, Tuncay Kocal and all the skaters from Istanbul
Performed by Grazia
From the album: Grazia
Performed by Rodinia
From the album: Ex Anima
Performed by Kalbata
From the album: Al Shark
“What’s a boy like me to do”
Performed by Jesse Dee
From the album: On My Mind / In My Heart
Supported by Vans