Made this video for my good friend Lucca Saldivar, the kid rips check him out: Instagram.com/luccasaldivar_
Land videographers: Lucho Saldivar & Eric Sterman
Business inquiries email: Sterman.email@example.com
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’
Dirty Wax and Borrowed Boards
from Alex Laurel Photographie
The new wave discoveries are always exciting, and you never know what to expect, which give room to imagination along with doubts. The bet paid off and we were looking at a perfect line up with no cats around, but the surfboards never made it to destination…
#LIVEFROMTHENORTHSHORE EPISODE 3: A Look Into A Crystal Ball
from Ryan Moss
I spent 72 hours with Billy Kemper and Shane Dorian and documented all the behind the scenes events leading up to Billy Kemper’s first place victory.
Special Thanks To:
Not having the best result Duvi was needed to finish well the season doesn’t mean something wrong. The frustration only conduces to try something different. Because his surfing needs more freedom, he seems to prefer way more free-surfing to express himself and be happy. Simply.
Filmed/edited by Falling Angels Prod in Hawaii and SW of France.
“We need to teach the next generation”.
Fergal Smith isn’t your average surfer. Having grown up on an organic vegetable farm in Ireland, Fergal learned the importance of family, food and a healthy lifestyle from a young age. Despite travelling far and wide in search of waves, Fergal remains true to his roots and continues to live in Ireland to this day having established a community garden on his farm Moy Hill. Desillusion editor Pierre David spent 4 days with Fergal in his hometown of County Clare to gain a deeper insight into Fergal’s world and the importance of living a self sustaining and happy life.
This short film is based on the article “It’s a long way from Clare to here” published in Desillusion Magazine 48 , Tome 4 available on bit.ly/1yyNUC4