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SF Skate Club Presents: "Push it Forward" by Sam Chao and Findlay Fullarton
SFSC and Steve Ruge aka Shrewgy (active in the business of skateboarding for 30 years) hosted a unique short format film festival on April 9th at the Luggage Store Gallery in San Francisco. We teamed 4 established film makers that came from skateboarding roots with 4 of our current program standouts in the creative visuals portion of SF Skate Club. The 4 separate teams showcased a 2-6 minute effort to raise funds for SFSC's after school program "Eduskate". Sam Chao is a skateboard videographer who elevated the all-star skate crew, also know as the Young Bucks of SF. He was once a budding skater with the SF Skate Club back in 2009, then joined the team as a junior counselor, and now with an established name in the industry, he volunteered to be a mentor for the “Push It Forward” film project. Get ready to feast your eyes on the skills in the video that you are about to see, created by Sam and his mentee, Findlay Fullarton. Sam is an example of what “Push It Forward” is all about. Chao down!!! Findlay Fullerton is an 8th grader who attends Creative Arts Charter School. He is a musician, actor, artist, thinker, and a young shredder who revels in the pure joy and element of cool that skating so finely exudes. He has been the friend behind the lens for our youth at EduSkate and jumped at the opportunity to learn and further develop his skills in filmmaking. Findlay likes to tinker with old format video and film cameras. He may be young but he is keen to that which withstands the test of time. To learn more and donate go to