Archive for December, 2010

Pandora Parkour – Short Movie Music Video

This short movie/music video is called Pandora Parkour and was inspired by the movie Avatar. The creators wondered what it would be like to parkour through a majestic land, so they went to the California Redwood Forest and shot this short production. They see this production as a tribute to Earth and hope everyone will enjoy the beauty in the way that parkour and free running bring…

Here is Pandora Parkour…

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German Movie Trailer for Parkour

This is the German movie trailer for the movie “Parkour”. If you don’t understand German, you can still enjoy the video as it features Parkour throughout the trailer. I haven’t actually seen the movie… yet. I also haven’t seen that new Zombie movie “Devil’s Playground” that features Zombies that do Parkour. Anyways – here is the German Parkour movie trailer…

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CIONN – Parkour Clips from 2007

Here are some more CIONN / Sascha Hauser parkour clips. These clips are from 2007 and Cionn swears that he’s much better now (agreed). But when you’re good you’re good and even these older parkour and freerunning tricks are fun to watch…

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Sascha “Cionn” Hauser – Parkour in the Snow

I’ve seen a lot of parkour in the snow videos lately and none of the parkour moves were as good as in this video. The official title of this video is Dream Escape. The premise is that a person finds a nightmare via an abandoned haunted building in the forest and he turns that nightmare into his own dream escape playground. It’s a nice premise, although it didn’t seem developed enough. It would be hard to take that premise from the video without reading the premise first. My interest was in seeing the parkour in the snow footage…

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Paulo Victor Parkour

The following video features Paulo Victor doing parkour. The video starts a little slow but gets better as it goes on. It’s not until nearly a minute and a half into the video that we finally see some parkour and freerunning. Once the freerunning and parkour start, however, it makes for great viewing. About four minutes in the video changes gears and starts showing Paulo Victor’s Parkour Wipeouts. So you get to see the best of Paulo and the Worst…

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