The cartilage pulverising downhill jump course of Heaven’s Gate at Tianman Mountain in China – a 999 step, 45 degree descent that freerunner Calen Chan completes with a GoPro camera clamped in his mouth.
A figure dressed in a flashing LED studded suit performs an apparently impossible parkour routine in (and above) the streets of Kuala Lumpur by night.
The sequence – part of a Lexus promo series called Amazing In Motion – was achieved using a series of acrobats and martial artists in identical suits, suspended in elaborate rigs operated by a crew of hundreds.
A team of freerunners buck-lep their way though the Berlin suburbs in slowmo. Director Frank Sauer sez:
During their three days journey, the freerunners and camera crew got lost more than once on the endless highways outside of Berlin Brandenburg. We also realized that the most interesting abandoned places are not only well concealed, but are well guarded by security and police. Ignoring those signs of warning the next days were packed with thrilling moments of spectacular runs and tricks but also, getting chased by ghost hunters at midnight, and getting arrested by the police while shooting a drone shot with smoke grenades on top of the tallest building in the area.
Members of PKDef, a parkour and free running crew do their ‘art of displacement’ thing in Dublin and Kinnegad.
Ban this NOW.