Girl Skateboards Yeah Right DVD - 2004
YEAH RIGHT! was directed by Spike Jonze (Being John Malkovich, Jackass: The Movie, Adaptation), Cory Weincheque and Ty Evans. Three years in the making, YEAH RIGHT! is filled with spectacular appearances from some of skateboarding's brightest luminaries and shining up-and-comers, including the Girl Skateboard Team and the Chocolate Skateboard Team. Bonus footage material includes 20 minutes of film outtakes and behind the scenes footage, Owen Wilson Footage, The Skatetrix segment, Jereme Rogers Fotoage, The Invisible Ramp segment, The Greenboards segment, an ad series slide show and a photo gallery, which contains over 50 pictures of people who appeared in the film.
Hailed as one of the best skate films of all time, YEAH RIGHT! features the 11 members of the Girl Skateboard Team: Brian Anderson, Brandon Biebel, Mike Carroll, Tony Ferguson, Rick Howard, Rick McCrank, Robbie McKinley, Paul Rodriguez, Jereme Rogers, Jeron Wilson, and one of the best skaters in action sports history, Eric Koston AND the Chocolate Skateboard Team: Richard Mulder, Gino Iannucci, Chris Roberts, Mike York, Chico Brenes, Kenny Anderson, Scott Johnston, Daniel Castillo, Justin Eldridge, Ricardo Carvalho, and Marc Johnson.
Follow directors Jonze, Cory Weincheque, and Ty Evans as they take you through the energy and excitement of street skateboarding, on an adventure unlike any other that has been captured on film before. The DVD also includes a cameo by Owen Wilson (Behind Enemy Lines, Meet The Parents), demonstrating his impressive skateboarding talents.
Jonze's hand in directing YEAH RIGHT! is yet another display of his immeasurable talent and creativity. His involvement transcends "skate cinema" into the elite category of "film." Jonze's personal connection to both the film and his role as co-owner of the Girl Skateboard Company stems not only from his passion for skateboarding, but also from his first job as a reporter and photographer for Transworld Skateboarding magazine.
YEAH RIGHT! is released in memory of Keenan Milton (8/4/74-7/5/01), a talented fallen skater who was an inspiration to action sports athletes worldwide. The film features a touching montage and emotional tribute narrated by one of Milton's close friends.