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Jack Mansfield’s Interview with LASFF

Posted in Interviews with tags , , , , , on March 24, 2011 by monskeez

Nominated Filmmaker Jack Mansfield gets interviews for the LA Skate Film Festival. His film 19 Years Young was an Official Selection & Nominee for the Emerging Filmmaker Category in last year’s festival.

Jack’s got the talent and hunger and even Geoff Rowley was recently quoted saying, “Jack Mansfield, from Sacramento is a radical filmer/editor, who has a sweet future ahead.”

Read the Full Interview here

Also, when you get a chance check out his current project Summer Boyz.


Geoff Rowley LA Skate Film Festival’s Interview

Posted in Interviews with tags , , , on December 9, 2010 by monskeez

Photo by: Anthony Acosta

Pro Skateboarder Geoff Rowley gets interviewed for the LA Skate Film Festival. Geoff Co-Produced & Co-Directed “Extremely Sorry”; Winner for Best US Skate Film at the Festival. In the interview, he talks about what first got him into filmmaking, the future of skateboard videos, getting involved with the festival and more.

Read the full interview here

“The New Faces of GOSK8”

Posted in News Wire with tags , , on September 15, 2009 by Artform

GOSK8 is proud to welcome onboard pro skateboarders Erik Ellington
(Deathwish skateboards) and Geoff Rowley (Flip skateboards) who will serve as the new face of the company.

GOSK8_EE-GR2GOSK8 is a new iPhone application/tool for physically playing the
traditional game of skate. The developers of GOSK8 have gone to great
lengths to spice the game up by adding three different skill levels (basic,
medium, advanced) and four obstacle options (ledge, manual, transition,
flat-ground), making it the only skate application of its kind.

Rowley – “GOSK8 takes the game of S.K.A.T.E. to the next level. There are so many options with the different levels and obstacles that anyone at any level can play it.”

Ellington – “When I first downloaded GOSK8 to my iPhone I didn’t expect it to be so sick. There are hundreds of tricks depending on what level and obstacle you choose. What I really liked most is that you can play by yourself or against another skater. This is no “sit on your ass” game. You actually have to get out there and skate with GOSK8.”

Geoff and Erik will be battling it out in a series of games using the GOSK8 app. Stay tuned for videos hitting the web soon.

For more information on GOSK8 visit