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Quiksilver Presents, Sequencer: A full length, all team snow film.
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Brown Cinema presents Knights of the Brown Table
A timeless ski & snowboard adventure in Kyrgyzstan.
The new snowboard movie from and with Clemens Millauer, starring an all-Austrian Line-Up
Tracks is not a regular snowboarding movie, it's not really even a documentary. It's a story about winter and global warming in the arctic circle, told from our perspective as local snowboarders.
Torneträsk, the largest mountain lake in Scandinavia, is today frozen for a month shorter on average compared to when we were children, a clear sign that winters are changing quickly. What can we expect from our winters in the future?
Unruly skateboarders vie for treasure against a new guy in town with a talking skateboard.
This video highlights the locals in Tahiti that surf one of the best waves in the world. Teahupoo Is a special place. The people, the scenery, and the wave is like no where else on earth.
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The Skeleton Bay Shootout presented by Monster Energy took place over three days in late June in non-stop three-to-six foot barrels in Namibia. The speciality event looks to recognise the standout surfers of the swell at the best wave in the world and the rules are simple – show up and pull in.
“The Skeleton Bay Shootout is a peer-judged event and it’s pretty underground. No-ones really knows when it will happen, it’ll just pop-up depending on the swell and whoever is there is there,” says Eli Beukes, who put in a solid showing on his first trip to the iconic left-hander on the edge of the Namib Desert. “It’s pretty cool because it’s mostly going by word of mouth and whoever has been the surfer of the swell or gets the best barrel will get a bit of a cash prize at the end.”
This was essentially a dry-run for the concept. Now Now Media is planning a series of Shootouts based on the same idea at some of the most incredible waves around the world in 2024 and looking to bump up the prize money significantly. The prizes are a nice way to recognise who was charging but it’s not about the money. There’s always so much stoke when waves like this are firing and anybody who gets a good wave out there is a winner the end of the day. The Shootout is essentially a celebration of that.
Edison and Sage, two nine-year-old boys from Venice CA, set off on a mission to cross Los Angeles on skateboards at night in an attempt to reach the Staples Center by 8am the next morning. Edison tells Sage there's a survival contest that can get him rich. What Sage isn't told is that Edison has a secret agenda. They bomb hills, outrun a crazy man, steal wifi, befriend the homeless, panhandle, and cheat death by knife point on an adventure they will never forget.
Two vans, 16 people, multiple trips, ample passport stamps, and controlled, but productive, chaos, 7 Ball is the latest full-length orchestrated by London-based videographer Will Miles. An international video inspired by overachieving and escaping the winter, Will and a double-digit crew traveled for close to two years to create 7 Ball.
Volcom Stone presents CreedleCosm, a cinematic chrysalis of endless snowboarding possibilities starring the adventurous, creative, communal magic of creedlers Mike Rav, Scott Blum, Desiree Melancon, Egan Wint, Seb Picard, Arthur Longo, Lenny Mazzotti, Torgeir Bergrem, Pat Moore, Bryan Iguchi, Jadyn Chomlack, Juliette Pelchat, Estelle Pensiero, Jamie Lynn, Alec Majerus, Simon Bannerot. Shot on location in Utah, British Columbia, New Hampshire, Michigan California and Iowa.
shot on Indonesian islands Sumatra and Bali. Feat. Alex McGuffin.
SNAPT4 “ Secure The Bag “ ( original version was taken down w 426,000 views ) this is the 4th installment to the independent snapt surf film series by Logan “ Chucky “ Dulien . This movie was filmed across the globe from 2018 through the pandemic . Starring Mason Ho , Jack Robinson, Barron Mamiya, Clay Marzo , Seth & Josh Moniz , Zeke Lau , Benji Brand , Asher Pacey , Parker Coffin , Eithon Osbourne, Ian Crane , Sheldon Paishon, Carlos Munoz , Salmon Boy Simon Rex and more . Let us know who you think had the best part in the comment section
As COVID-19 casts a cloud of global uncertainty, and at home, his personal life is changing course, Over the Edge follows big wave surfer Matt Bromley as he travels to the heaviest surf spots in the world, chasing the ride of his life.
Matt Bromley’s transition from competitive surfing to chasing colossal waves was spurred more by a niggling inner voice than by any external influence. He felt that something was missing and set out to push his limits as a big wave surfer. Competing since his junior years, it was at the age of seventeen that Matt first faced his fear of the unfamiliar and ferocious swells that batter the ‘Cape of Storms’. Here, Matt rode his first big wave on an old borrowed ‘gun’ and quickly developed an appetite for the heavy stuff, sending him on a lifelong pursuit of ocean giants. Over the Edge follows Matt’s two-year journey expanding the boundaries of his mental and physical ability through his surfing. After a horrific wipeout at Jaws(Pe’ahi) and some missed opportunities at Mavericks, Matt manages to regain focus, establishing his full potential at the historic Nias swell by paddling one of the most prodigious waves of the year. As COVID-19 casts a cloud of global uncertainty, and at home, his personal life is changing course, Matt is presented with a small window of opportunity to head back to Jaws(Pe’ahi) for one more shot at claiming the ride of his life.
Chasing the Unicorn traces the history of surfing in post-war Mozambique, while searching for a mythical wave known as the African Kirra.
Along the way we meet Sung Min Cho and Julia Fernando, the country’s leading surfers, and get acquainted with Mozambique’s burgeoning surf culture that has risen up in the wake of 30 years of armed conflict.
Boarderline Alaska and Aurora Projekt presents "The Outliers," a DIY Southeast Alaska snowboard film.
A group of skaters band together to save the local Skateshop they call home.
Convergence is an original 805 Beer film starring Authenticos Conner Coffin, Nate Tyler, and Greyson Fletcher. Directed by Perry Gerkshow, and filmed on location throughout California, Convergence follows three surf icons as they travel up the Golden State’s coast to surf, skate, share cold ones, and reflect on the journey their shared love for surfing and the Californian way of life has taken them on.
While Convergence is a watch-with-friends-on-the-couch surf movie that gets you excited to run out into the water in the truest sense, it’s also much more. It’s a captivating story of passion, perseverance, and family. The film is an intimate window into Conner, Greyson, and Nate’s remarkable and deep-rooted familial connections. It also provides a personal look into both the successes and challenges across their respective spheres of influence.
Watch it now and uncover how three surfers on different paths find common ground in surfing, legacy, and family.
Repeater is the new surf movie by Quiksilver with surfing by Mikey Wright, Rolo Montes, Griffin Colapinto, Kael Walsh, Al Cleland Jr., Lungi Slabb & Andy Nieblas.
Filmed on location in Reunion Island, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Australia & Ireland.
6 months on the run.
Eat, Sleep, Surf, Repeat
Get some, go again
Lisa Andersen is one of surfing’s few transcendent stars. 4x world champ and inductee into the Surfer Hall of Fame, she is a true surf icon. But this is not a story about surfing. It’s the story of a woman brave enough to be vulnerable.
Andersen discovered surfing when she was 13, though it was not what her parents wanted. They felt the beach was dangerous. Lisa did nothing to ease their concerns and eventually wound up in juvenile hall. Her father smashed her surfboard, so Lisa hatched an escape plan. She decided to go to Huntington Beach, leaving a note behind that read, “Going to California to become world surfing champion.” She was homeless before being taken in by an abusive local. Unlucky in relationships, she was abused often, and had to runaway time and again.
Especially when she felt trapped. In the water, she was something else, and surfed like a gorgeous disaster. But she could never quite put it all together, until career suicide presented itself. An unexpected pregnancy. Over objections, she decided to have the child and in so doing broke through and became a champ. Trouble follows Lisa on her human journey. Surf is a beautiful backdrop but the real story is the epic poem of her life. It is the story of a self-made, American woman. It is a story of today.
A Snowboard Film
We are not simple tourists; in fact, we dive deep into Dakar's life and culture. Surf is the key to helping these young guns live the unforgettable experience that we want to present you, full of emotions, colors, personal growth and friendship beyond boundaries."
Ryan Sheckler and the most prolific names in skateboarding and sports discuss the importance of skate videos and the work-ethic required to produce a game-changing video part. The film follow’s Ryan’s three-year, injury-fought journey of filming “Lifer”, the action sport icon’s most monumental video part to date.
“I’ve been skating for almost 31 years and now I’m 33 years old. It’s crazy to think about it that way, but that’s what “Rolling Away” and “Lifer” is all about. It’s the culmination of my journey with skateboarding and proof that it's unlike any other sport.” – Ryan Sheckler