We are very excited that the film is available to the fine people of the UK. For the rest of you don’t worry it should be up on the North America store next. Please pass it along to your friends in the UK and get them to rate, review and share it! https://itunes.apple.com/gb/movie/hicks-on-sticks/id705075488
We have a limited amount of Hicks on Sticks DVDs that we are selling from our Warren Lane Pictures site. While you’re there you can also buy a DVD of our first film, Play With Fire.
On Saturday March 2nd, Hicks on Sticks returns to the Kootenays for the first time since the final stop of the fabled tour back in 1999.
The film will be showing one night only at The Old Theatre, 185 Columbia Ave, Castlegar BC. It will be the first screening at the old theatre since it closed down about a hundred years ago… (or at least a dozen).
Two screenings 6pm and 9:30pm.
Tickets will be $10 at the door, on a first come first serve basis. All of our Indiegogo funders get in for free.
Pre-screening skate-jam at the Castlegar Complex skate-park, weather permitting, (otherwise at the Kinnaird indoor) from 3pm - 5:30pm. We are setting up a shuttle bus to take the kids to the theatre from the park.
After the 9pm screening there is an after-party at the Lions Head Pub featuring the debut show of the Kootenay’s own Black Sabbath tribute band, 'Sack Grabbath' featuring members of ‘Savage Blade’. Entry is free with movie tickets, otherwise its $5.
Should be a really awesome day in the Kootz, stoked to see everyone there and finally show the film to the home-town crowd.
There are four screenings happening this week in Victoria, BC at Cinecenta on the UVIC Campus, 3800 Finnerty Rd.
Wednesday February 6th at 7pm and 9:15pm
Thursday February 7th at 7pm and 9:15pm
Advance tickets are on sale at Coastline Surf Shop, 1417 Broad St.
For more details visit the Cinecenta website.
“Hicks on Sticks Documentary was beautifully honest and pure…no Hype just true Canadian Skateboarding, AMAZING Footage of Josh Evin’s Skateboarding history….So Glad I seen this!..Much Respect to the film maker and all who were in this Doc…Best Canadian Skate Doc..Essence & soul..Bless!!!!!!!!!!!!!” - Barry Walsh
Read the full review here.
The big Montreal newspaper, The Gazette, picked up on the Hicks on Sticks screening at the Phi Centre. Bill Brownstein wrote an in-depth article about the film including interviews with Director Soren Johnstone and one of the stars of the film, Ian Comishin. The article was released online, in print, and also found its way over to the Vancouver Sun.
Ian Alparaque and Alison “Nugget” Matasi put together this gem of a zine celebrating all the things we ride, from moustaches to wakeboards and ostriches. They came out to the Vancouver screening of Hicks on Sticks and were so stoked they put together this two page spread review on the film. It’s the best, and we love them. Check out the zine, if you can find it, and definitely follow their tumblr blog.
We are really excited about this one!
Hicks on Sticks will be opening up the BR-1 Skate Film Festival, tomorrow night (Sept. 14) at 7pm in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The film will be playing with Portuguese sub-titles.
We also got some love from the Brazilian ESPN, which is always nice. Click here to see the article.
Wish we could make it down to Sao Paulo for the screening! If you’re down there, check it out, and send us some pics!
We are proud to announce the upcoming east-coast premiere of Hicks on Sticks in Montreal on September 27th, 2012.
There will be one screening at 8pm at the Phi Centre, 404, Saint-Pierre Street. Tickets are $10 and are available at the door.
The film will be playing as part of the Phi Centre’s “Skate or Die” series.
"Grown Up Skateboarding" is the third chapter of introduction videos for the film.
This chapter takes us to the old PM warehouse building, Slocan City for the Backyard Bowl Bash and Go Skate Day at Strathcona Park . The video features Geoff Dermer, who reminisces about when he rode for PM Skateboards in the late 90’s. We also interview, Kevin Kelly from Blvd Skate Shop, Sandro Grison from Color Magazine, Jonny Byers, Mike Farley & Joe Buffalo asking them all the key question, “How have you grown up with skateboarding?”
For those of you in the Vancouver area we are screening the film at the Rio theatre this coming Thursday July 12th. Two screenings, 7pm (all ages) and 10pm (19+). Tickets are $10 and are available at the door or pre-order them here.