No one had ever surfed like Wayne Lynch. Raised in the wild, empty waves of his native Victoria, Wayne’s futuristic approach laid down the lines that would come to define modern surfing. Uncharted Waters, a new documentary produced and directed by Paul Griffin, traces the personal story of one of surf culture’s most iconic figures. But it’s about much more than a life given to riding waves—from years as a conscientious objector to his decision to leave the hustle of the surf industry behind, it’s a film about being true to your own chosen path.
A documentary about Wayne Lynch, “surfing’s original man-child messiah.”