Andrew Boccarossa’s “203.2”

“Honestly, I just wanted to see if I could top myself from the first one.” Andrew Boccarossa joins the charge of Film Festival alumni who returned to the field hellbent on improving their craft. Delve into his latest piece, “203.2.”

Quizzing England’s Reece Gregory

Back with a vengeance after an honorable mention in 2021’s festival, Reece Gregory clawed his way to the top step of the podium in just his second attempt. With help from the UK’s fiery youth, Gregory expands on his craft to a chorus of praises. The music is just beginning in England.

Terrafirma 7 Bonus Footage Feature

This is not a reimagining, remaster, or re-edit of Terrafirma 7. This is simply the Bonus Footage section removed from its original 4-panel presentation into a single pane – played in sequence above DJ Shadow’s 1999 “Live in Milan” turntable mix. All credit to Jessica Young, along with the additional cast and crew behind T7.…

A Moment with Thomas Greenaway

In a star-studded lineup comprised of MXGP mainstays, GNCC hitters, and emerging freestyle icons, an underdog team of New Zealand’s finest came away with the upset victory in the 2022 WoE Film Festival. Get to know Mr. Greenaway in this short conversation regarding his country, his longstanding relationship with subject Ezra Hastings, and just how…

2022 World of Echo Film Festival: Long Form

A select group of committed filmmakers brought the big guns for 2022 in the form of our Long Form submissions. Watch as crews from Australia, the Netherlands, Canada, and the United Kingdom clash for global supremacy. Hint: the kids are alright.

2022 World of Echo Film Festival: Short Form

In 2022, filmmakers from around the globe came ready to play in our sophomore edition of the festival. In our Short Form category, watch heavy hitters from Italy, New Zealand, France, and America battle for the top spot. An unlikely winner emerges.

“Keep Rolling,” and Embrace the Unknown

With the help of Vahna, La Clef, and a myriad of co-conspirators, Alan Perreard wields his visual storytelling abilities with vigor, inviting us to complete his story for him. A welcome entry to open-ended filmmaking engulfed by the information age.

Charles Bakke’s “Found Friends” Video

After numerous failed attempts at coming up with something witty, of substance, or even cheeky, to say about Charles “Dwellerboy” Bakke’s “Found Friends” video, I simply gave up. There’s no point. No amount of verbal gymnastics could convince you to watch this video if you didn’t already have an inkling of interest when you clicked…

2022 World of Echo Film Festival

We’re officially riding the post-pandemic high right into pre-economic collapse! Go make some dirt bike films with your friends in the meantime, and maybe you’ll win a little extra cash before seeds become the new currency. Details inside.


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