Here and Now
Director: Nathan Myers
More than 25 filmmakers and surfers worked in unison to document the world of surfing in a single 24-hour period: May 2, 2012. From world champs like Kelly Slater and Stephanie Gilmore to free spirits like Dave Rastovich, Ozzy Wright and Alex Knost, this project brings together shapers, photographers, legends, beginners, third world, first world and surf world. Some scored big. Others couldn't find a ripple. It's all part of the surfing experience. From contests to camping, hanging at home or hitting the road, veteran surf filmmaker Taylor Steele pulls together an epic, international cast to prove the best place to be is here and now.
Director: Chris Aguilar
Three degrees of latitude separate the islands of Hawaii. Nine legendary and infamous open-ocean channels link them together. Drawn by ritual, necessity, competition and challenge, watermen have long conquered and been conquered by these channels…but never in an adventure quite like this. Destination 3° is a standup paddle adventure across Hawaii’s legendary channels. In April 2010, Jenny Kalmbach and Morgan Hoesterey, two of the world’s elite female paddleboarders, made their way across each of these channels covering over 200 nautical miles.
Lost and Found
Director: Doug Walker
Lost & Found is a documentary based on the discovery of 30,000 black and white negatives found at a flea market in Pasadena, CA. It’s a journey of over 3 plus years of reuniting and sharing the images, capturing stories that if not told will be lost. Featuring, Aaron Chang, Dan Merkel, Bob Barbour, Gerry Lopez, Rory Russell and Buttons Kaluhiokalani
The Green Iguana
Director: Jack McCoy
Most surf film lovers consider "The Green Iguana" to be one of the top 5 surf movies of all time! There were many requests for this Jack McCoy classic so we reached him in Australia and he sent us his film. Featuring Occy, Peter King, Sunny Garcia, Munga Barry and Luke Egan as they surf Australia, Hawaii and Indonesia all captured on 16mm film.
This Time Tomorrow
Director: Taylor Steele
Taylor Steele, documents an epic Pacific swell chase over 8 days and 18,000 miles traveled. Two surfers, Dave Rastovich and Craig Anderson, tracked waves generated from this single storm in an exhausting attempt to surf the same wave twice as they pulsed eastward through the Pacific. As these waves thundered across the legendary reef of Teahupo’o, reeled down the endless point breaks of Mexico and onwards towards a frosty Arctic conclusion the pair gathered friends Kelly Slater, Chris Del Moro, Alex Grey, and Dan Malloy for this cinematic and cosmic experience of a lifetime.