New Wave Surf Shorts
Monday Jul 21 07:30 PM
Doris Duke Theatre
Museum members: $8.00
General Admission: $10.00
About the Film:
Surf filmmaking has become a breeding ground for artistic experimentation. We salute counter-culture surfers and filmmakers everywhere with a collection of shorts that highlight the cutting edge of both crafts. New films by Jack Coleman, Hayley Gordon, Mikey DeTemple, Tin Ojeda, and Dane Reynolds.
Directed by Hayley Gordon. USA. 2014. 3 mins.
A southern California surf-and-turf blend of surfing, skating, and partying featuring Taylor Beatty, Sara Taylor, Jenna Balester, Amy Caron, Vanessa Torres, Erin Ashley (Worm), Ornella Pellizzari, Alex White, Kristin Ebeling, Shari White, Ashley Rehfeld, Nora Vasconcellos and Mimi Knoop.
Directed by Jack Coleman. USA. 2014. 34 mins
Filmed in Australia, Hawai‘i, New Zealand, Mexico, and California, and shot on Super 8 film, Groove Move celebrates experimental board riders and counter-culture icons Alex Knost, Derek Hynd, Robbie Kegel, Ryan Burch, Joel Tudor, Dave Rastovich, and Ford Archbold.
Directed by Tin Ojeda. USA. 2013. 35 mins
Renowned New York surfer/artist/filmmaker Tin Ojeda delivers gorgeous black–and-white visuals shot on Super 8 and 16mm set to a sublime soundtrack. Featuring the wave-sliding talents of Rob Kulisek, Derek Hynd, Scotty Stopnik, Mikey DeTemple, Andy Findlay, Robin Kegel, Kassia Meador, Marshall Brothers, Erin Wormtown, Billy Death, JJ Wessels, Kyle Lightner, and filmed on location in New York, California, Mexico and Australia.
Directed by Mikey DeTemple. 2011. 40 mins.
Sight/Sound follows New York surfer/filmmaker Mikey DeTemple (Picaresque) and his diverse crew—including Chris Del Moro, Kassia Meador, Alek Parker and Ryan Burch—from Maritime Canada to Nicaragua, the Bahamas, Maine, New York, and Baja.
Directed by Dane Reynolds. USA. 2013. 30 mins
Surfer Dane Reynolds makes his directorial debut with this take on Craig Anderson, a fellow free spirit and one of the world’s most talented free surfers. Disarming home footage of Craig as a kid is contrasted with his crazy aerial skills as an adult as he travels the world meeting up with heroes and friends in Australia, Chile, India, West Africa and Tahiti.