Free one’s board from fins, and free one’s self – the philosophy of one of Australia’s great authentic surfers. Presenting a stripped back portrait of Derek Hynd, shot in winter 2015, over 2 weeks at Jeffrey’s Bay. WINNER – Reelers Surfing World Short Film Competition 2016 WINNER BEST DOCUMENTARY SHORT – Best Short Fest 2016 […]
from Kelly Slater Wave Company
Production: Aether Films (aetherfilms.com)
Director: Andrew Mackenzie; Producers: Kyle Bullington & Davis DiLillo; Executive Producers: John Moore & Noah Grimmett; Camera I: Gordon Yould ; Camera II: Seth Naugle; Aerial Cinematography: Davis DiLillo, Kyle Bullington, Andrew Mackenzie Water Cinematography: Daren Vinson Crawford; AC Camera I: Brooks Burgoon; AC Camera II: Jeff Ball, AC Camera III: Josh Hill; Sound Mixer: Emett Casey Production Coordinator: Dana Kurth; DIT: Bruce Schultz; Editing: Gordon Yould & Andrew Mackenzie; Assistant Editor: Erick Wilczynski; Color: Seth Naugle; Music: DARKSIDE
Dillon Perillo: Still Searching
The stylish regular foot and longtime Rip Curl team rider has just agreed to a new deal that will have him Searching for years to come. By shedding the comp jersey and committing to pursuing perfect waves full time, we know this is just a glimpse of what’s to come.
from Etienne Bellan-Huchery
Fun mid-summer morning in the South West of France with strong offshore wind and a nice swell for Marc Lacomare, Indar Unanue, Fred Robin, Martin Coret, Cédric Giscos, Stéphane Ducos and Romain Laulhé.
Music by Gil Scott-Heron
DC SHOES: ROBBIE MADDISON’S “PIPE DREAM”
DC presents Robbie “Maddo” Maddison’s “Pipe Dream,” giving the world a chance to witness history being made as Maddo rides his dirt bike on the powerful and iconic waves of Tahiti. From his helmet to motocross boots, Maddo was dressed for FMX when he took his dirt bike into the unchartered saltwater terrain of the Pacific Ocean in French Polynesia.
Surfing without the Frills is a mini documentary about the ordinary side of surfing. The lifestyle, daily challenges and things to be aware of when getting into the sport. These non-glamorous aspects of surfing are not always shown in the mass media and can be overlooked by people who haven’t tried it or just getting into it.
The Freeway Project Vol 1
from Motion Pacific
Roger Hall has quietly made innovative and beautiful surfboards for well over 40 years. He’s a master craftsman swimming against a tide of mass production. In 2015 he bought together a group of kiwi surfers for a weeks free surfing on reimagined HotCurls, mutant Mini Simmons and Log variants. The Freeway Project explores Rogers’ boards using a tongue in cheek contest format. Check out the video to see who takes out the 2015 The Freeway Trophy.
A big thanks goes to our sponsors: Barkers and Volvo for making this project possible.
Surfers: Trent Lillis, Brendan Young, Paul ‘MoonBob’ Culpan, Sasha Brownlie, Roger Hall, James Tanner
Crew: Tony Burrows (Producer/Camera/Editor), Matt Short (Drone/Sound/Production), Moonbob (Watercam), Lucre/Sasha/Roger (Production), Carwyn’s Catering (Kia)
Music: Petit Biscuit ‘You’