In an effort to unite the Canadian skateboard community around one common project, Red Bull Shoot To Thrill is back in a whole new format leaving no Canadian maple leaf unturned. Building on its past success, this year's event offered new opportunities to skaters across the country. When it all began in 2006, Red Bull Shoot to Thrill was a 72-hour photography contest. In 2007, it evolved into a Super 8mm motion picture contest. Moving with the momentum from last year's film project, which starred such skaters as Rick McCrank, Alex Gavin and Ryan Decenzo, this year's event opened its doors to the entire country with pro and amateur categories. Ten selected 'Pro' teams from the major Canadian cities were equipped with a Super 16mm Camera and 10 rolls of film. And for three days - Sept. 5-7 - they had 72 hours to burn it all in this battle to win $8,000 cash for the best end-product. Not to be canned, crowned and forgotten, the ten pro films are now being brought to Toronto for a single Premiere screening. Come check out the creativity and talent of Canada's best skateboarders, photographers, and videographers. Please see: ww.redbullshoottothrill.com for more information. FREE.