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Gollito at Fehmarn – Video

on 15. July, 2012 – 20:36 / One Comment

Andre Paskowski recently produced a new short clip with Gollito and released the name for his next movie, a film about Gollito. 

Here are some lines from Andre:

“After returning from our Fanatic/North Fotoshooting Gollito and myself returned back to Hamburg. We spent a couple of days there. It was sunny, but still cold and we had plenty of wind on one day. We decided to do a quick trip to Fehmarn. We first tried Surfing at Gold. But it was super busy and due to the onshore wind Gollito was not so inspired about the spot. It was quite cold.”

Gollito and his new toy, an HD Cam.

“We then moved to Wulfen. That was funny, because I learned to Windsurf on this little lake. Gollito went out for 2 hours. It was quite shallow water. The better description is that there was almost no water. It was not the place, where Gollito performed the highest scoring moves, but it was great that me and my Dad, who assisted on the camera – sorry for unsharp footage – travelled with Gollito a little bit around in the Northern parts of Germany.

We visited Weissenhaus afterwards. The usual suspects delivered a good show. Leon Jamaer and Tilo Eber were leading the pack. But Gollito did not really remember that. He was sleeping really deep. Now we are heavily working on Gollito´s new Movie. It will be called RAW and I really hope it will be good.”

 

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