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Posted on January 3rd, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

Exquisite , Savage , Compassionate And Brilliant : APACHE STREETS A What TRIBE Production Directed by Douglas MILES Part 2

Posted on August 22nd, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

The Arrival:
An Apache psychological thriller.
Two psychic women warrior artists.
Get revenge on the men who framed them.
Directed by Douglas Miles
Filmed in Apachevision

Posted on June 18th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

iamjamesmatthew:

Rez Life 101 is a non-stereotypical, non-trendy way to revisit the work of Douglas Miles and Apache Skateboards. Filmed & Directed by Brandan Odums, he captures whats basically an art/skate movement without hype, institutional racist dogma or pandering to any mainstream ideations of what Indian people should be. 

Native people have been told who we are for over 500 years. The time has come for us to define ourselves, by ourselves. Our own ideas, concepts, social and creative constructs whether seen or unseen remain unique and valid. We need NO validation from the mainstream whatsoever. What we do demand is respect and honesty with regard to our history and presence without pretense or pity.”

(Text: Douglas MilesVideo: 2-Cent)

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APACHE /Skateboards/ Rez Life 101 : Directed by Brandan Odums.

Posted on June 18th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

Reuben Ringlero is the photographer. He’s been an Apache Skate teamster since day one. He now leads the film & video department for a large O’odham Tribe in Arizona. He’s filmed numerous short films for Apache Skateboards. Find him on instagram uploading more awesome photos. He shot Douglas Miles Jr (Apache) in downtown Phoenix.

Posted on June 18th, by APACHE Skateboards in Uncategorized. No Comments

Brandan Odums in the Lower 9th , NOLA, where we make something out of what’s considered nothing. I shot pics after I put the paint down.