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Film by Ty Evans and Spike JonzeYeah Right! is notable for its soundtrack, length, and the extensive use of never-before-seen (in a skateboarding video) special effects.

The introduction credits for the video feature a unique series of shots in ultra-slow motion, filmed with Jonze’s personal camera that is capable of shooting 100 frames per second. The camera is low to the ground and very close to the skateboarder as various flip tricks are completed.

directed by Ty Evans and Spike JonzeYeah Right! is notable for its soundtrack, length, and the extensive use of never-before-seen (in a skateboarding video) special effects.

Spike Jonze is also part owner of skateboard company Girl Skateboards with riders Rick Howard and Mike Carroll.

He is best known for his collaborations with writer  Charlie Kaufman, which include the 1999 film  Being John Malkovich and the 2002 film Adaptation. , and for his work as director of the 2009 film  Where the Wild Things Ar  e. He is also credited as a co-creator of MTV‘s  Jackass

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2 Comments

  1. Do you know how the edited out the boards in the Invisible video? I know they used completely green colored skateboards, but I was wondering how to edit the footage just like it’s shown here. Any way you could tell me? I’m trying to learn how to edit better.

    • yeah, that exactly what they did. Keying it out. Even a green launch. Love that video. Girl skateboards always bring out revolutionary videos.


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