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Feat. Werni Stock, Mario Wanger, Tom Tramnitz and Friends. A Snowboard movie filmed in Austria Exclusively. Powder jumps, freeriding, Penken Park Action and a stunning Sunset Kicker Session at Zillertal Arena.
From the creators of JOY, Ben Ferguson and Homestead Creative now bring you FLEETING TIME, a co-production with Red Bull Media House.
Byron Bay-based filmmaker Nathan Oldfield has a knack for telling visual stories around surfing’s current avant-garde. And his 2012 film, The Heart and the Sea is no different. With a cast of recognizable characters (think Ryan Burch, Alex Knost, and Dave Rastovich) on alternative craft ranging from alaias to retro fishes to logs, the film personifies the joys of building a life around the ocean.
At a time when surf filmmaking has been reduced to highly watchable, snack-size clips that can be quickly viewed while scrolling through Instagram on the toilet, plot-driven, full-length films seem to be a dying breed. On first glance, it feels unlikely that a film about a lesser-known big wave surfer from South Africa, Frank Solomon, would be received with such critical acclaim, but if you haven’t seen this film, it’s definitely worth your time. It asks the same question you very well may be wondering if you haven’t paid much attention to the big wave scene lately: who is Frank Solomon? And answers the question in part Wes Anderson, part Fourth Phase style.
“Warrriorrrsssss, come out to plaaaaayyyy”. Romain De Marchi cemented his place as one of the all-time greats with his performance in Vivid, pushing the limits of what could be done on a snowboard. The Absinthe crew seemingly owned the early 2000’s. They had the formula on lock and produced banger after banger.
Arguably one of the most iconic snowboarding movies ever. JP Solberg tearing it up in that pink bunny suit to ‘A Day In The Life’ by The Beatles will never go out of fashion. Plus you’re treated to a young Travis Rice making his debut to the world stage.
Wheels Of Fire is the first feature film by Santa Cruz. It features skateboarding legends Christian Hosoi, Natas Kaupas, Steve Alba, and many more. The video is recorded entirely on Super 8 and features slo-mo photography that raises skateboarding to such a level that one can still appreciate it over thirty years later.
Combining outrageous, sexy comedy with the hottest snowboarding action around, snowboarding buddies Rick
Enjoi: Bag Of Suck is anything but sucky. Enjoi Skateboards’ video features Jerry Hsu, Louie Barletta, Caswell Berry, and the rest of the Enjoi team.
Doug Pray explores the life of surfer Dorian "Doc" Paskowitz.
A snowboarding documentary following Torstein Horgmo through 2 years of his personal journey as a professional. Glimpse inside the unique lifestyle of a young man living out his dream.
In one of the coolest and most important modern snowboarding movies, director Jess Kimura and her band of gifted lady snowboarders prove that women are the future of the industry. Filmed over two years, this short film highlights some of the best of up-and-coming and underrated talent with footage from Japan, Estonia, Quebec, and Salt Lake City.
This hour-long, adrenaline-fueled adventure is as pure of a snowboarding film as you can experience. Lauded film studio Absinthe Films, one of the most successful independent snowboard creators, takes viewers on a journey with no storyline
We Are Skateboarders is a 'as real as it gets' documentation of the soul of skateboarding, and how some of the legendary skateboarders feel its soul has changed over the years
Marty McFly, a typical American teenager of the Eighties, is accidentally sent back to 1955 in a plutonium-powered DeLorean "time machine" invented by a slightly mad scientist. During his often hysterical, always amazing trip back in time, Marty must make certain his teenage parents-to-be meet and fall in love - so he can get back to the future
Stacy and his friends are the best skateboarders around. They know all the latest tricks and stunts, and each has mastered his own incredible style. This fascinating movie will bring you along as they tour cities enjoying the sights and becoming the main attraction wherever they go. Loaded with classic footage from the early days of the original Zephyr team (of "Dogtown and Z-Boys" fame.)
A look into a year in the life of New Jerseys best surfers as they brave the different seasons.
Film and Book by Taylor Steele and Dustin Humphrey From the markets and souks of Marrakech in Morocco to the blues of the Atlantic in Barbados, from Japan to Cuba, Italy, Hong Kong, and Egypt, Sipping Jetstreams is a photographic journey of discovery and adventure. This two-year odyssey focuses not just on the surfing but the places and the faces of each destination.
South bay shaper and surfer, Tyler Hatzikian, shapes a single fin, yellow longboard and sends it on an around the world tour to some of the best surfers on earth, who surf it, then pass it on, until it makes its way back to Tyler.
The fourth movie Bruce Brown made travels to Mexico, California and Florida, along with a trip to Australia and Hawaii with Phil Edwards. Features a fifteen-foot shark checking the line-up at Rincon and the first wave ever ridden at Pipeline. Time to hang ten with another of Brown's outstanding surf films--it's almost better than being there!
Lords of Dogtown is loosely based on the 2001 documentary Dogtown and Z-boys, written and directed by the aforementioned Stacy Peralta. Much like its dramatized counterpart, the film charts the evolution of surfing and skating subcultures, which rose to unparalleled heights in the Dogtown neighborhood of Santa Monica, California during the 1970s. Iconic skaters such as Tony Alva, Steve Cabellero, Jay Adams, Tony Hawk, and more are on hand to give testimonials from the era.
Slam is an Italian Netflix original movie is a comedic drama that focuses on the love story of two young teenagers. Samuel is an aspiring skater who is trying his best to make to achieve his dream of becoming a professional skater. Samuel meets Alice and the two begin a relationship and Alice eventually becomes pregnant making Samuel rethink his plans of going to California to become a skater.