Isle’s section in The Cinematographer Project, World View was definitely one of the more experimental edits out of the bunch. They chose Italy as their main location to shoot for a handful of reasons—one being that they had close friends to stay with and show them around, and another because it gave them a chance to rethink old tricks in relation to a completely new place, which was ultimately the end goal for the edit. See Isle’s edit here online for the first time ever and be sure to get the full-length on iTunes! Presented by Weedmaps.
Excerpt taken from Nick Jensen’s interview in our Feb ’17 issue:
What was your guys’ plan going in? Can you break down everyone involved in your section?
Our plan was to revisit elements from old skate sections. We decided to go to Italy where our great friends Mario and Davide could show us around. This allowed us to rethink old tricks in relation to a completely new place.
Why did you choose the location in question? Was there any issues specifically related to the location?
We know Mario and Davide and they are legends. Naples and the surrounding areas are really great for skateboarding. It’s also nice and warm. Also we did some history tourism and went to Pompeii, the city that got buried by Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.
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