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Limited tickets are now on sale for the NYC premiere of Made in Venice, with special guest Jesse Martinez. Made in Venice is a documentary film that captures the first-hand stories and recollections of 40+ years of skateboarding in Venice, CA and what went into getting the iconic Venice Skatepark built. It’s a first-hand look into skateboarding history and skate activism – a must watch for skateboarders both young and old.

 

The impressive list of interviews include: Jesse Martinez, Geri Lewis, Christian Hosoi, C.R. Stecyk III, Skip Engblom, Jay Adams, Jeff Ho, Aaron Murray, Scott Oster, Cesario “Block” Montano, Jim Muir, Tim Jackson, Ray Flores, Eddie Reategui, Eric Britton, Dave Duncan, David Hackett, Joey Tran, Pat Ngoho, Wally Hollyday, Jimbo Quaintance, Joff Drinkwater, Nathan Pratt, Solo Scott, Jamie Quaintance, Asher Bradshaw, Kiko Francisco and more.

Made in Venice’s NYC premiere will be at the Village East Cinema (181-189 2nd Ave) on Thursday (5/25) @8pm and will be hosted by Dan Levy of Juice Magazine. The legendary Jesse Martinez will be present and doing a Q&A after the screening with director Jonathan Penson.

Seats are limited and there’s only one screening so reserve your tickets now on the City Cinemas site. Visit madeinvenicemovie.com for additional screenings outside of New York, follow them on Instagram @madeinvenicemovie.