November 14, 2013/ / VIDEOS/ Comments: 7

Tennskate was created in 2004 by RJ Hess and Mark Stewart in the spirit of showcasing the talents of Tennessee skateboarding. Tennskate inspired the connection between East Tennessee filmmakers Josh Shupe and Alex Rose to team up together and create a new film nearly ten years since its birth. With a unique hypnotic soundtrack mostly consisting of beats and dreamy southern visuals, Videophile is one of those skate videos perfect for a lazy sunday morning and a spliff. Originally available just through DVD, now online in its entirety for the first time ever.

Featuring: Ryan Cooper, Jim Arnold, Chris Long, Chris Burton, Hartman Austin, Nick Guertin, James Coleman, Chris Scoggins, Nick Turner, Jay Mcdonald, Fletcher Renegar, and Cameron Dell.

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  1. zanzibartchaikovsky

    November 14, 2013 3:15 pm


  2. Kyran Ford

    November 20, 2013 10:02 am

    We get down in TN!

  3. aflo

    November 21, 2013 12:58 am

    literally just watched this with a spliff then realized that it was recommended in the description

  4. Hickok45 Country

    February 16, 2014 12:50 am

    Love Jenkem, Yet missed this video. But watched now …and love this. Man skating power, all spots unique and the aesthetics = mind blown.

    Modern popular media skating is like supermodel business. Plenty of 5-star ladies but only a handful get the spotlight.

    People making location specific videos with locals shows how many talented and raw people the world contains. Like this a lot. Whoever made or skated in it, good idea. Tennessee is an interesting state skate spot wise. Refreshing.

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