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California Surf Festival

Feature Films

SHAPED* by Walter Georis. Historical look at the history and art of shaping surfboards.

The Drifter* Taylor Steele and Rob Machado do Indonesia on a motor bike.

Dear & Yonder by Tiffany Campbell. All girl time here as top professional surfers Sofia Mulanovich, Kassia Meador and the icons rip it up.

Hanging Five by Chris Cutri. Five surf artists: Wolfgang Bloch, Andy Davis, Alex Knox, Tyler Warren and Julie Goldstein.

Still Filthy by Jarrod Tallman. Billabong continuation of the popular film; Surf Poll Winner 2009.

Hot Grom Shorts Short films by kids 19 and under, under 5 minutes.

Waveriders* by Joel Conroy. Ireland Big Surf.

Sea of Darkness* by Michael Oblowitz. A modern day pirate tale concerning the ship “The Indies Trader” and the men who sailed it. A tale of exploration, adventure, and the discovery of jungle surf spots off the remote Indonesian coastline in the 1970s.

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Lost Prophets* by Nathan Apffel. Dave Rastovich and Hans Hagen wave riding Alias to tow in.

HighWater Dana Brown’s story of the Triple Crown surfing competition on the North Shore of Hawaii.

Echo Beach During the 1980s, 56th Street in Newport Beach was the dawn of a new era in surf culture.

* World, U.S. or West Coast Premier California Surf Festival Short Films

Shaping A Life Gary Linden story. (20 minutes)

Tom’s Plantation Creation* by Cyrus Sutton. A short film on how to build Alia boards. (20 minutes)

All Points South* by Josh Berry. Surfers are a litmus test for the health of our oceans. This new film from Save The Waves Coalition relates how surfers and fishermen in Southern Chile are joining together to fight against rampant pollution. (20 minutes)

Verve* by Suyen Mosley. Black surfers’ contest in Malibu. (10 minutes)

Gum For My Boat* A story of hope focusing on the Bangladesh Surf Club and its members. The club consists of more than 30 boys and girls and is helping to introduce surfing. (22 minutes)

El Día Despues* Surf film from Chile about surfing big waves in South America. (5 minutes)

MADERA* by Kepa Alvarez Ruiz. This short film shows the audience the whole process of building a hollow wooden surf board with this board building method by legendary board builderTom Blake. (10 minutes)

INUNDATION* by Chase Fin and Douglas Anderson School of Arts. Faced with the challenges of a new international economy, the surfing community of Jacksonville Beach, Florida, must adapt to market change or face virtual extinction. (12 minutes)

Kelly Slater’s new IMAX film trailer*. (5 minutes)

* World, U.S. or West Coast Premier
In addition to films
California Surf Festival
presents the following
Special Events

An Evening with Nat Young
Thursday, November 19th, 7:00 pm

Champagne Reception with Photographer Clark Little
Saturday, November 21st, 1:30 pm

Surfer Magazine 50 Year Anniversary Tribute
Saturday, November 21st, 8:00 pm

1st “Silver Surfer Award” to Gary Linden
Sunday, November 22nd, 3:00 pm

Hot Grom Awards Ceremony
Sunday, November 22nd, 4:30 pm

The California Surf Festival is a benefit for the California Surf Museum

The California Surf Museum serves as an international repository and resource center on the lifestyle sport of surfing through capturing, preserving and chronicling its art, culture and heritage for the education and enjoyment of future generations.

The California Surf Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization located at 312 Pier View Way, Oceanside, CA 92054.

Open daily 10am-4pm with extended hours Thursdays to 8pm. Admission is free to members, $3 for general admission, $1 for seniors, students and military, and free for children under 12.

| posted on October 29, 2009

California Surf Festival Feature Films SHAPED* by Walter Georis. Historical look at the history and art of shaping surfboards. The Drifter* Taylor Steele and Rob Machado do Indonesia on a motor bike. Dear & Yonder by Tiffany Campbell. All girl time here as top professional surfers Sofia Mulanovich, Kassia Meador and the icons rip it […]