iON the Barrel Vol. 2

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Film:

iON the Barrel Vol. 2

Showtimes:

Monday Jul 13 07:30 PM
Sunday Jul 19 04:00 PM

Location:

Doris Duke Theatre


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About the Film:

HONOLULU SURF FILM FESTIVAL 2015

Directed by Tony Harrington. Australia. 2014. 65 min. 

Filmmaker Tony Harrington continues his quest to capture surfing’s holy grail—the barrel. Join Harro and the crew on a massive surf adventure, from 60-foot waves in Hawai‘i to chilled tubes in Indonesia, across the deserts of Australia and to Mavericks California. See big waves, jaw dropping barrel footage and insightful interviews from some of the best surfers in the world. Featuring Jamie Mitchell, Jamie O'Brien, Jacob Willcox, Reef McIntosh, Tai Graham, Jon Pyzel, Mitchell Rae, Sonny Perussel, Dave Macaulay, Bronte Macaulay, Lauren Macaulay, Laird Hamilton, Peter Hayes plus cameos from Kelly Slater and John John Florence.

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—screens with—

North to Noosa (short)
Directed by
Dustin Humphrey. Australia. 2015. 20 min.
Written and narrated by Harrison Roach, North to Noosa showcases the East Coast of Australia’s most iconic surf destinations. Watch as Harrison, Matt Cuddihy, and Husni Ridwan experience the highs and lows of a great Australian road trip. Also featuring Dave Rastovich, Zye Norris, Jared Mell, Thomas Bexon, and more.

Behind the Seen (short)
Directed by Francesco Campello
. Micronesia. 2013. 7min.
Surfing is not just a sport, it's a lifestyle that expands way beyond those brief moments of wave riding. Shot on an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, Behind the Seen showcases surfing in a different way—photographer Matt Shepherd and filmmaker Francesco Campello joined forces to show what surfing is like from below the surface.

The Beaten Track (short)
Directed by Damon Meade. New Zealand. 2015. 7 min.

Maz Quinn knows a thing or two about finding surf. Often clocking hundreds of miles along vast stretches of the New Zealand coastline, Maz has made it his profession to put himself where the waves are best. On any given week within a 500-kilometer radius, chances are he'll find something well worth a paddle.

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