Only 9 days remain to become a part of Misfit Pictures’ What the Sea Gives Me, an awe-inspiring documentary film highlighting those with a life-long connection to the sea.
What the Sea Gives Me is a feature length documentary comprised of intimate and candid interviews with some of the ocean’s most extraordinary ambassadors. We will give you an honest and personal look through the eyes of those who thrive under the most extreme water conditions, those ensuring the proper care of the oceans for future generations and those who simply derive a sense of pure joy from the sea.
With proposed interviews from Great White shark researcher Brett McBride, artist Matt Beard, photographer Chris Burkard, bodysurfer Angie Oschmann, conservationist Jean-Michelle Cousteau, and free-diver Herbert Nitsch and spectacular locations around the world (South Africa, Greece, Fiji, Australia, Ireland, New England, California, and Hawaii), the goal of What the Sea Gives Me is to raise ocean awareness on a global level while reminding the viewer how closely we are all connected to the sea.
Check out the What the Sea Give Me Kickstarter campaign for more information and to contribute.
The west-coast premiere of Keith Malloy’s Come Hell or High Water is tomorrow (Friday) night in Encinitas, at the La Paloma Theater. Tickets will be available at the La Paloma box office the day of the showing. It doesn’t look like there are any presale or online options. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the film screens at 8 p.m.
The film explores the history and progression of the sport of bodysurfing and the pureness that comes from riding a wave. Shot primary in 16mm, the film takes a unique look at the culture, beauty and simplicity of the sport, capturing the stories and locations of those who belong to this community.
More information about Come Hell or High Water, including future screening dates and locations, is available here.
Year Zero trailer from Globe. World Premiere goes down in Costa Mesa, California on August 3rd. Can’t wait.
The film was shot on location around the world entirely in super 16mm film and offers a unique concept with stunning visuals that capture the essence of surfing in a novel setting. YEAR ZERO follows GLOBE’S previous award winning productions such as SECRET MACHINE and NEW EMISSIONS OF LIGHT AND SOUND and is undoubtedly GLOBE’S largest film project to date.
The era of the free, downloadable surf film is upon us. The latest offering is Blow Up from Billabong.
Digging the Wayne Levin photo on the Come Hell or High Water poster.
Woodshed Films presents Come Hell or High Water, an ode to body surfing by Keith Malloy. Fall 2011