Rex Sikes Movie Beat chats w director York... →
How To Make A Million Dollars In Hollywood
BUSINESS Hollywood - Mixed Martial Arts - Los Angeles York Shackleton, 38, has gone from professional snowboard champion to movie mogul-in-the-works in just 10 years. He recently opened Endurance Pictures, a low budget film production company on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles. His business partner is well known in the world of mixed martial arts, former owner of the TapouT brand, Dan Caldwell...
York Shackleton's '1 Out of 7': Our Worst Movie... →
Very cool interview with The Career Clinic!
1 out of 7 scheduled to play at the 2012 SXSW film... →
Are In-Theater Movie Ads Out-Of-Control?
It seems to me that with the enormous changes happening within the entertainment industry, there’s a sense of desperation that’s becoming more and more apparent. And this is more specific to the marketing teams than the actual filmmakers. The pressure companies have to find creative and new ways to market films to a broad demographic is apparent in today’s theatrical...
LBN-COMMENTARY by York Shackleton:
LBN-COMMENTARY by York Shackleton: For me, passion is what drives everything that I choose to do in this life. When it comes to filmmaking, it’s that passion and love that can bring hundreds of strangers together like nothing else, for one common goal. The goal to make art and move people emotionally through pictures and sound. I think passion and artistic expression go hand and hand. And...
Taking over ArcLight →
We Were Feared..."The Problem Is NOT Punk Rock,... →
York Shackleton Sizzle Reel
wendyshepherd: Thanks to Steve Cardenas ( @ForceBalanceBJJ ) & York Shackleton ( @yorkshackleton ) for getting @officiallyplug recently. : ) #verified
wendyshepherd: York is also showcased on Officially Plugged In & what an amazing snowboarder! Check out the interview & video at the bottom of it. Whew! :)
MovieVine.com Interview With York Shackleton
Californian York Shackleton was once a snow and skateboarder in his youth. In the realm of snowboarding, he awed young fans and revolutionized the industry with a new popular move called the “rodeo flip”. Introduced through commercials, he became involved in the process of filmmaking. Now he focuses to work and create artful pieces of film to entertain and encourage audiences across the world. ...
Officially Plugged In →
Street on MovieVine.com →
Be prepared to be moved...
Be prepared to be moved by the tragically beautiful story of “STREET” (which explores the contemporary urban world of homelessness and drug addiction). Writer & Director York Shackleton captured & manipulated my heart through his lens in this film. The elements and depiction of time, pain, confusion, love, loss, and addiction are brilliantly portrayed through the emotional...
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nocturnalemissons: “LIKE” (it’s a facebook page) “Urban Struggle” http://www.facebook.com/pages/Urban-Struggle/135821053160092 Please&ThankYou. the contact information is on the facebook page, ask for stickers! …my pictures will be better then yours! ;)
"Shackleton's edgy stylized film "STREET" shot in 16mm, chronicles the depth of personal and substance issues facing today's at risk youth in America." -Carl James
York Shackleton Interview
Born and raised in Southern California, York Shackleton took up snowboarding and skateboarding at age 10. By 19 he was on the professional snowboarding circuit, where he wowed legions of young fans and popularized a move called the “rodeo flip.” Inspired to tap into the commercial aspect of the sport, York and a friend started the company groove snowboards. In the late...
The Cuckoo's Nest
The Cuckoo’s Nest was a punk rock nightclub that was located at 1714 Placentia Avenue in Costa Mesa, California. There were often confrontations with the punks from the Cuckoos Nest and the cowboys from Zubies, which shared a parking lot. The police were constantly harassing the punks. Club owner Jerry Roach fought a number of court cases in an effort to keep the club alive, and in his...
Cuckoo's Nest film revisits early 80's O.C. punk...
Longtime followers of the Southern California punk rock scene should well remember the Cuckoo’s Nest, one of the key punk clubs of the late ’70s and early ’80s and one of the few places a punk band could find a paying gig. The Cuckoo’s Nest and its colorful owner, Jerry Roach, are the focus of a new documentary, “We Were Feared,” that’s slated for a pair of...
You should watch this interview. These kids were... →
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EXCLUSIVE IAR EDIT BAY VISIT: 'STREET'
Written by Jordan DeSaulnier Here in the dog days of summer, one needs no reminder of film’s unique ability to provide captivating escapism. What is less evident during these months of spectacle, however, is the potential of movies to viscerally depict abhorrent real-world issues with an urgency and emotional whallop not always possible in other media. During an exclusive edit bay...
The best thing about breakfast...
is the anticipation — many more bites will she take before I can lick the syrup off of her lips?
Artist Spotlight – York Shackleton
York Shackleton – Filmmaker In any industry it’s competitive, hard and demanding but some industries really just take that much more to succeed or breakthrough. The film industry for example could be one of them, requiring natural talent mixed with a brilliant business mind, good intuition and a real desire to not only succeed but rise above. The person requires thick skin in a sea of rejection,...
…for curing me of my crazy obsession with love.