5.26.10

Features

A Deeper Shade of Blue

By Ben Marcus Jack McCoy is one of the most prolific movie makers in the surfing world. While he is probably best known for his series of Billabong movies that include Bunyip Dreaming, The Green Iguana, the Challenge series and Blue Horizon, his credits go back to the mid 1970s and include two dozen movies,

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5.21.10

Features

The Gulf Spill, How You Can Help

By Alex Wilson On April 20 a British Petroleum oilrig in the Gulf of Mexico exploded, sank, and began to leak between 5,000 and 95,000 gallons of crude per day. (Some scientists even estimate the spill’s volume to be larger, citing numbers that would put the fallout closer to 126-million gallons total, which would make this

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5.20.10

Industry News

Surf Media Survey

The following survey is for a graduate school study that aims to better understand the psychographics and needs of online surf media consumers. It’s ten questions long, and can be found here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BQLZHFZ. Thanks so much for your time.

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5.19.10

Features

RIP Marvin Foster

The surfing world is mourning the news of the passing of Hawaiian surfing legend Marvin Foster. Foster was 48, and was reportedly found dead on Oahu. Word of Foster’s death began circulating late yesterday. Although the events surrounding his passing are presently unconfirmed, it’s clear that the surfing world lost one of its great athletes yesterday.

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5.16.10

Features

Be Prepared for the Unexpected: Innersecting with Jeremy Koreski and Peter Devries

At the side of a road on the North Island there’s a car that was crushed, sometime long ago, by an old-growth cedar tree. A sign now stands over it as a darkly humorous warning to drivers: “Be Prepared for the Unexpected.” Those words are a good summation of surfing in this part of the

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5.13.10

Features

Kai Neville Debuts Episode Three of Landscape Altered

Much to our delight, Kai Neville recently uploaded the latest installment of his Landscape Altered series. The third chapter continues along the lines of the unimaginable as Clay Marzo, Jay Davies, and Chippa Wilson all drop some bangers and redefine technical surfing. Landscape Altered – Episode 3 from Kustom Airstrike on Vimeo.

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5.7.10

Features

Big-Wave Surfer Noel Robinson Passes Away

We have the unfortunate news of reporting that big-wave surfer and filmer Noel Robinson passed away surfing in Puerto Escondido this weekend. A friend and inspiration to surfers the world over, the news of Noel’s passing is a somber blow to the surf community. Splitting time between Puerto and Northern California, Noel recently took home

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4.1.10

Industry News

Union Express World Premiere; Friday April 2nd

The Union Express is a three-part documentary film series by award winning director Josh Landan. The first installment stars pro surfer/songwriter Timmy Curran as a tour guide down the West Coast, featuring stops at major surf spots along the Amtrak line. The movie is a blend of surfing, interviews and lifestyle commentary on the culture

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3.31.10

Environmental News

Capo Valley High Cleans up 210 pounds of trash for the month of March!

Today was the last clean up for Capo Valley high in March and they did a very impressive job this month. Over the course of four different clean ups at 30 minutes a clean, Capo high Surf team cleaned up 210 pounds of rubbish at Strands beach in Dana Point. The surf team was already

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3.31.10

Industry News

2010 Opening, Closing and Complete Festival Line-up Announced

The 2010 Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF) will kick off its eleventh anniversary with the World Premiere of FIVE STAR DAY on Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 7:30pm at Edwards Big Newport (300 Newport Center Drive) and close with an advance screening of LETTERS TO JULIET on Thursday, April 29, 2010 at 8:00pm at Regency

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