Seven Rats Scraps

Scrap/leftover clips from 'Seven Rats'. Full DVD features profiles on Andy Plumridge, Matthias Ogger, Robbie Pitts, Isaac Callen, Josh Nielsen and Danny Jensen.

Seven Rats trailer

Melbourne's number one videographer Craig Smith comes up with a brand new release entitled Seven Rats. This DVD features the talent of well-known skaters like Andy Plumridge, Matthias Ogger, Robbie Pitts, Isaac Callen, Josh Nielsen and Danny Jensen. The cast is quite impressive and the trailer promises nothing but top-notch rolling entertainment.

Seven Rats Trailer

Pavement Productions presents 'Seven Rats', showcasing the finest that Melbourne, Australia has to offer. Featuring profiles on: Andy Plumridge, Matthias Ogger, Robbie Pitts, Isaac Callen, Josh Nielsen and Danny Jensen. Directed, filmed and edited by Craig Smith.

ZIGZAG: Video & Zine

ZIGZAG is a film and photo series produced by Jarrod Thackeray, and if you can now watch the 10 minutes video online, we highly suggest you get your...

‘Seven Rats’ Premiere in Melbourne, Australia

It’s Friday the 22nd of April, time for the world premiere of Australian DVD ‘Seven Rats’. It was in a dark and filthy cobblestone alleyway right in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD that the red carpet was rolled out for all who attended. The appropriately named ‘Rancho Notorious’ was the venue for the evening. Inside on the first level was an old warehouse converted into a gallery showcasing talented Melbourne artists, but this didn’t take importance away from the bar which was serving the finest local and imported beers, wine, and an enormous cheese platter (real rat food). Like most who attended, Josh Clarke strolled in with his eyes set on the bar. The event and venue was one that Melbourne rollerbladers had not experienced before for a premiere, and everyone knew this meant something special.

Tom Coley-Sowry: One Minute One Spot

This spot is located in Wheelers Hill, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. The only time I had been there everyone was having a bad day, so we decided to make excuses to not skate it, the rail was too sketchy, down-hill run-up, little lip of wood to get caught on just near the end of the rail on the far-side, and 'graze your face' asphalt to land on. So when I heard from Mr. Dalbis that little Tom Coley-Sowry managed to pump out a 'One Minute One Spot' edit just on this rail I was so pumped! I've known Little Tom for around 3-4 years now, and when he's not chilling/relaxing/catching his breath at a spot, he's a ball of energy just shredding (sort of like Sonic the Hedgehog). He has a bright future in skating, and I hope him all the best.