Jonas Hansson‘s much anticipated State Of The Art video is finally about to drop, and you can now treat yourself with its first official trailer, which will leave you wondering what the hell just happened! SOTA features some of the most exciting bladers in front of one of the most exciting filmmakers of the past decade, and if there’s one thing you can be sure of, it is that Jonas will blow your brains out in more ways than just one!
“SOTA is my latest installment. Throughout 2015 I’ve been fortunate to work with some of the best and brightest within blading. Shooting this film and traveling to different regions has been full time work, but the best job I could wish for. One of the most important aspects for me, when doing a project of this size, is to try and bring something different to the table, something different for the last – so I guess people can expect the unexpected.“ – Jonas Hansson
Visit the brand new State Of The Art website here: sotamovie.com
Read our Checking in with Jonas Hansson here: be-mag.com/article/checking-jonas-hansson
More good stuff on Jonas’ Instagram: instagram.com/jonashhansson
SOTA was shot entirely on the Sony F5 Digital Cinema Camera, from February until November 2015, for a running time of over 50 minutes.
With main sections on Eugen Enin, Joe Atkinson & David Sizemore, SOTA also features Soichiro Kanashima, Yuto Goto, Josh Glowicki, Montre Livingston, along with Kirill Galushko and Howie Bennett, and appearances by Robert Guerrero, Danny Beer, Albert Hooi, Frederik Andersson, Nils Jansons and more…
SOTA was shot in over 10 countries: Denmark, Germany, France, Spain, England, Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic, Sweden, Canada, United States & Japan. Filming took places in 20 cities: Copenhagen, Padborg, Berlin, Cologne, Mannheim, Frankfurt, Flensburg, Eindhoven, Paris, Strasbourg , Barcelona, Malaga, London, Manchester, Eskilstuna , Prague, Vancouver, Denver, Okayama and Kobe…
Credits: Black & white photography by Jo Zenk. Montre Livingston captured by Michael Pedersen. Vancouver bridge shot by Errol Elli. Poster by Felix Strosetzki.
Your favorite pros’ favorite products. Support Be-Mag by buying at our very own
or one of the following affiliate partners:
Amazon – everything you need
B&H – cameras and more
eBay – Electronics, Cars, Fashion, Collectibles, Coupons and more