I can’t tell you how glad I am that I downloaded this film on iTunes for $7.99 instead of purchasing the actual DVD for $29.95. Simply put, this surf movie did not live up to my expectations. Billabong’s “Still Filthy” was inspired by their 1988 release of “Filthy Habits”. The 1988 film started “a revolutionary [...]
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Recently I was reminded of a surf film premier I attended last fall on the North Shore of Hawaii in Haleiwa. This particular surf film entitled, One Track Mind, was another amazing 16mm creation directed by Chris Malloy and produced by Woodshed Films. The title does a great job of explaining what the [...]
Bruce Brown is the inventor and director of the surf classics The Endless Summer and The Endless Summer II. If you have never seen these movies, you need to. They portray the adventure of the “original” surf trip and the adventure that traveling into the unknown can provide.
Bruce Brown has also made other surf classics [...]
A number of years ago I met a guy who was shaping and glassing surfboards out of his garage. This wouldn’t be too unusual, except for the fact that this man was just learning about surfing and really didn’t know too much about it. In fact, the reason that he started shaping surfboards [...]
Taylor Steele has made some of the best surf movies out there, which is why it is just as exciting to pick up one of his old films from years ago and watch it today. That’s how it was for me with Campaign, a film by Taylor Steele in association with Poor Specimen Productions. [...]