Published on September 24, 2019 by
  • Patrik Wallner


Red Bull - The Green Cape (Full Length) | Patrik Wallner

“There are over a billion people living in Africa at the moment. With skateboarding reaching the ends of the earth, from northern Russia to the Maldives, Uruguay to the Galapagos Islands, it only makes sense that, with such a large population, Africa should boast some respectable skate scenes as well, right?

We partnered up with Luke Jackson of South Africa’s ever-excellent Session Skate Magazine and set sail with Barney Page, Aaron ‘Jaws’ Homoki, Dakota Servold and Yann Horowitz to explore some of these burgeoning scenes, enrolling Patrik Wallner behind the lens to document the experience for sharing” – Sam McGuire

Directed, Filmed & Edited by Patrik Wallner
Produced & Photography by Sam McGuire
Research by Luke Jackson
Produced for Red Bull Media House

Cast: Patrik Wallner

Tags: Red Bull, Patrik Wallner, Skateboarding, Jaws, Aaron Homoki, Dakota Servold, Sam McGuire, Yann Horowitz, Barney Page, Senegal and Cape Verde

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Uzbekistan is a country in Central Asia, a vast region within Eurasia which is sandwiched neatly between Russia, China, India and the Caspian Sea. It’s pretty much the geographical heart of Eurasia and for many centuries these lands were an important meeting point for merchants and travellers on the Silk Road. Join Ethan Loy along with his crew consisting of Rob Wootton, Vladik Scholz and Pasha Kuznetsov in part one of a huge overland skate mission of Central Asia for Patrik Wallner’s new three-part series called Hotel Uzbekistan.Cast: Patrik WallnerTags: Gaston Fransisco, Red Bull, Patrik Wallner, Skateboarding, Visualtraveling, Uzbekistan, Kirill Korobkov, Ethan Loy, Vladik Scholz, Pasha and Rob Wootton
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After six months of protests—punctuated by clashes between police and demonstrators—nobody knows what the future holds for Hong Kong as a place to live and a financial hub. The clock is ticking: China’s grip will tighten as 2047 nears and the city’s unique freedoms expire.Cast: Patrik Wallner

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