Our pick from the New York Surf Film Festival 09

By Kylie Quinn – Photo: Waveriders

Waveriders by Joel Conroy

WAVERIDERS focuses on the inspirational history of Irish/Hawaiian waterman legend, George Freeth. The cast of top class Irish, British and Irish/American surfers travel from Hawaii to California and ultimately back to Irish shores, following Freeth’s wave of legacy.

Waveriders Trailer from Waveriders on Vimeo.

The Women and The Waves by Heather Hudson & Peck Euwer

This is about women paddling head first into the male dominated sport of surfing. Featuring generations of women surfers it is positively inspiring and shows the true passion these women have and how it has impacted their lives so deeply.

The Women and the Waves Trailer from NY Surf Film Fest on Vimeo.

Hanging Five by Christopher Cutri

This is a documentary about surfers who are artists. It looks at their lives and their inspirations and at why the surf culture embraces and supports the arts.

Hanging Five Trailer from Stakedance on Vimeo.

Last Hope by Andrew Kidman

Last Hope is a series of sixteen short films by 6 surf filmmakers, including Michelle Lockwood who produced the controversial movie ‘Kids’. They created their short films to music by some of the greatest independent artists right now, capturing and moving us with the vastness of the ocean through the emotion of the soundtrack.


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