And the Oscar goes to… Let’s Do This!???

Stuff your stocking this holiday season with our latest vid Let’s Do This!—nominated today for an award at the 8th Annual X-Dance Action Sports Film Festival. Killing it on the printed page, killing it on the boob tube. For more blatant self-promotion, check out the full press release below…

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Awards to take place January 19 — 23, 2008

Oceanside, CA (December 19, 2007) Transworld Media is proud to announce that three of their 2007 original films, Transworld SURF’s Tomorrow/Today, Transworld SKATEboarding’s Let’s Do This! and Transworld Motocross’ Why? have been nominated for awards at the 8th annual X-Dance Action Sports Film Festival. The X-Dance Film Festival is a celebration of action sports culture, film, music, and video games and runs concurrently with the world renowned Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

X-Dance showcases the year’s top action sport films, followed by post-screening Q&A’s with filmmakers and athletes. X-Dance also features open forum panels with athletes, filmmakers, industry figures and icons from the action sports world, plus special screenings, privately sponsored parties and a legendary Closing Party/Awards Ceremony. With roots in both the core industry as well as the mainstream, no other event on earth harnesses the creative energy of adrenaline culture and brings it together under one roof like the X-Dance Action Sports Film Festival.

About Let’s Do This! — Transworld SKATEboarding is proud to present its 19th feature film—Let’s Do This! Produced, Edited and Directed by Jon Holland and Jason Hernandez, Let’s Do This! showcases some of the most progressive and talented athletes in skateboarding today. Featuring Transworld’s most diverse line-up yet, watch as Brian Brown weaves through the streets of NYC, Clint Peterson flows through LA, Peter Smolik unveils his SD creativity, Devine Calloway casually goes about his business, and Emmanuel Guzman breaks the speed limit.

For screening dates and times for each film, please visit