Tag Archives: FILM

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THE NEW YORK WOMEN’S SURF FILM FESTIVAL’S MONTAUK LINEUP

This weekend (August 12th) the New York Women’s Surf Film Festival will be hosting the second half of their film series at the Montauk Beach House on Long Island, New York. Each year we love seeing  the amazing selection of … Continue reading

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YOUR WEEKEND PLANS: NYC WOMEN’S SURF FILM FESTIVAL 2016

By: Joseph Licata Your weekend just got a little bit better. Tacos, tequila, good people and some great surf films. What else could you ask for? Surf Collective is proud to support the amazing work that Davina Grincevicius and her … Continue reading

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THE FISHERMAN’S SON BY CHRIS MALLOY & PATAGONIA

  By: Joseph Licata Born and raised at Punta de Lobos, Ramón Navarro found his passion riding the biggest waves on the planet. But his accomplishments in giant surf are just one part of a bigger vision to protect the … Continue reading

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KICKSTARTER: THE BOY’S JOURNEY, A FILM ABOUT TEACHING A SON TO SURF

Most surf films follow a few, well worn paths, usually all pumping surf porn and wandering adventures for the initiated. Toddy & Robinson Stewart are going to create a film series that will be a surf exploration of a different … Continue reading

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DANE PETERSON MAKING LOGGING LOOK EASY IN AUSTRALIA

By: Joseph Licata Dane Peterson, filmed by Nick Jones and Andy Staley in Australia, hits your screen with an overload of logging style. Reminding me that a surf trip is well overdue. So enjoy and maybe we’ll see you on … Continue reading

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SURFING, 1000 FRAMES PER SECOND

By: Joseph Licata The first 60 seconds will blow you away. Maybe some of the best footage I’ve ever seen. FILM BY CHRIS BRYAN Surfers in order of appearance: Opening shot: Mark Matthews Matthew Meola Jay Davies Craig Anderson Clay Marzo Kelly … Continue reading

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MUST SEE: DANIEL ARSHAM’S NEW FILM, STARING JAMES FRANCO

By: Joseph Licata Daniel Arsham, a New York-based artist known for his sculptural and architectural works that warp and destabilize recognizable structures and forms, released the second installment of his nine-part Future Relic series this week. After working with power … Continue reading

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STYLE-LIST: TAYLOR STEELE, DIRECTOR AND PRODUCER, SHARES WHAT HE NEEDS MOST WHEN ON THE ROAD

Taylor Steele, an award-winning director and producer, who broke new ground with his surf film ‘Momentum’ and continues to surprise us with film after film through his production company Poor Specimen. Here Taylor shares what he needs most when he’s … Continue reading

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SHORT FILM: DON’T DATE A GIRL WHO TRAVELS…UNLESS YOU CAN KEEP UP OF COURSE

By: Joseph Licata Don’t Date A Girl Who Travels is a fantastic short film by Director David Joseph Falossi II based on the story by Adi Zarsadias and featuring some incredible places that, if you’re lucky enough to be drug off … Continue reading

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MAGIC HATS – A FILM BY JAKE SUMNER & ALLDAYEVERYDAY

This short film by Jake Sumner showcases life-long dancers Jabu and JR from Soweto, South Africa, who bring their own comedic twist to the pantsula dance. Filmed on Vilakazi Street in Soweto, famous for not one but two Nobel Peace … Continue reading

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A 4-YEAR OLDS BUCKET LIST – WATER IS LIFE

DDB New York and WATERisLIFE have launched the “Kenya Bucket List” campaign, where a film crew travelled to Kenya to take a four-year-old Maasai boy named Nkaitole (pronounced Guytolie), who’s never been out of his remote African village, on an adventure to … Continue reading

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AN INNER-VIEW OF MATT CATALANO / BRAZILIAN MODELS, CHARLIE SHEEN & EMPTY WAVES

My pops first turned me onto photography, he used to break out the family slides and 8mm motion films when I was a kid… and I would always borrow his 35mm when we traveled. I can’t remember my first photograph, … Continue reading