Good Morning Miyazaki + Catch It + Russia + Cradle of Storms

  • Featured_exhib_surfff_goodmorningmiyazaki

Film:

Good Morning Miyazaki + Catch It + Russia + Cradle of Storms

Showtimes:

Friday Jul 11 07:30 PM
Friday Jul 25 01:00 PM

Location:

Doris Duke Theatre

Price:

Museum members: $8.00
General Admission: $10.00


Purchase_tickets_but

About the Film:

Good Morning Miyazaki
Directed by Matt Wescott. Japan. 2014. 33 mins

Driven by stunning videography and subtle narrative, Good Morning Miyazaki unearths the history of the Miyazaki surf scene. Featuring local pros, groms, foreign imports and scores of worthy amateur surfers, director Matt Wescott sets out to showcase Japanese surfing at it's finest. From big waves to barrels to ten-toes-over, Good Morning Miyazaki is a visual feast of surf and soul. Think Castles in the Sky meets One California Day with a touch of Endless Summer, but in Japanese. 

—screens with—

Catch It
Directed by Sarah Menzies. USA. 2013. 10 mins.

Léa Brassy grew up surfing the warm waters of southern France, but recently made her way north for the Arctic swell. Her nomadic lifestyle takes a pause at the Unstad break in the Lofoten Islands in Northern Norway where she connects with the surrounding mountains, cold water, and simple living.

—screens with—

Russia
Directed by Chris Burkard, USA. 2013. 23 mins

Russia jumps in at the deep end of surfing’s exploratory boundaries when Keith Malloy, Dane Gudauskas, Trevor Gordon, and Cyrus Sutton journey to the shores of remote Kamchatka on Russia’s Pacific rim. Here, the only way to scour remote breaks is by Soviet-era truck or rickety helicopter. This is surfing back to basics, beautifully captured by cinematographer Chris Burkard.

—screens with—

Cradle of Storms
Directed by Bryce Lowe-White + Ben Weiland. USA. 2013. 23 mins

Alex Gray, Josh Mulcoy, and Pete Devries went on a journey through the remote Aleutian Arc of Alaska, the birthplace of storm systems that send swell back to the rest of civilization. They braved heavy weather, flew on rickety prop planes, and ate seal meat en route to discovering one of the best cold-water slabs in the world. The film follows the cold-water crew as they traverse the island on quads, tracking pulses of swell to remote bays and never-before-surfed points. Set against the stunning volcanic backdrop of the Aleutian Islands, The Cradle of Storms is cold-water surf exploration at its finest.

Last: Standing on Sacred Ground Fi…
Bridge to the Future :Next