Video Friday – 5/25/2012

Video Friday – 5/25/2012

Well, this week’s most popular video is no longer with us.
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An intrepid Youtube user with relaxed morals posted the footage from Welcome To The Hood of Daniel Woods flashing Entlinge. Woods then posted about it on Facebook before realizing that maybe it wasn’t so cool for the money shot from his movie to be out there for free.
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The movie has since been removed from Youtube but not before racking up over 16,000 views the last time I checked.
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Update: Or not…the movie is back up now on Vimeo

It’s hard to beat the slate of movies that were in last week’s Video Friday, but here are some movies to enjoy on a weekend you should probably be out climbing during anyhow.

Remember to check out all the videos on the Videos page and vote for your favorites throughout the week.

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4 Responses to Video Friday – 5/25/2012

  1. Doug Lipinski May 25, 2012 at 9:15 am #

    The clip of Entlinge is now up on Vimeo and DW just linked to it (again) from his FB page.

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  2. Get Over It May 26, 2012 at 2:32 pm #

    come on… Let’s face it, the “Welcome to the Hood” video is not that great. It’s mediocre footage, at best. What’s the big deal if someone posted a clip of it on youtube? Isn’t that what youtube really is.

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    • Aaron S May 27, 2012 at 9:33 am #

      Just because you don’t have 700 angles and epic slow mo, doesn’t mean it’s not good footage. In fact, you could criticize just about any other aspect of the movie EXCEPT the footage and I’d probably agree with you.

      When I watched it I wondered if there had ever been that many hard boulders in one film before.

      Also, as a more general comment, I can respect the frustration that might be felt by those in the climbing film industry on the sharing of their footage for free. This isn’t hollywood and money is not flowing in from all directions. I’m not arguing for/against pirating, just that I can definitely see their point of view . . .

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