The day and age is here that skateboard footage mainly comes in 30-second clips on social media. The thing is… it’s just not the same. Supreme NYC brought to life their second full-length recently with William Strobeck at the helm once again. The kids have grown up and have taken over. “BLESSED” is much more than a skateboard video. It’s setting trends in front of our eyes that reverberate around the world to those that don’t skateboard. Strobeck talks to fashion mag 032c about the movie, Supreme, growing up, and more.

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“When I was making “cherry”, I knew it was more than just a skate video. Even if you didn’t skateboard, when you watched it you could still get stuff out of it. I wanted people to feel like they’re in on the big secret,” he explains. The audience is not only witness to how hard these kids work, how many times they attempt the same trick before landing it, but also to the in-betweens: honest moments among close friends, shifting temperaments, and idiosyncrasies.

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Click to 032c for the interview with Supreme “BLESSED” director William Strobeck

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