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The New York Surf Film Festival was founded by New York surfers Morgan Rae Berk, Tyler Breuer, Adam Cannizzaro, and Michael Machemar. In 2008 the group held their inaugural event in Tribeca, and attracted more than 2,500 moviegoers. Twenty-five films were shown, including a special 30th anniversary presentation of Big Wednesday, complete with a ...
The New York Women Surf Film Festival not only allows women’s work to be shared and showcased, it inspires us to create more. — Marina Zawisza, Filmmaker "3KY1K" “ LUNA Bar is proud, and so very fortunate, to be able to partner with the NY Women’s Surf Film Festival in 2016.
New York Surf Film Festival. November 27, 2016 ·. Checkout the new film Fire & Water by Thomas Brookins weaving the surfing history of NYC and Hawaii and firefighting. Available to rent on Vimeo on Demand now. For centuries, firefighters have acted as society's heroes. For one NY Firefighter Don "Gums" Eichin, water has not only acted as his ...
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NEW YORK SURF FILM FESTIVAL. My past week in New York–rivaling the US Open–was the most hectic week of the summer. Hectic to most is a bad thing. To me, hectic is magical. On the agenda for NY were non-stop activities. Concerts, movies, underground time warp bars, and rooftop mimosa drinks.
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· monsterboards movie / new york / new york surf film festival. 30. Sep. stoked (and now pretty broke too)! 11 years ago Short URL Comments. new york / new york surf film festival. 29. Sep. NYSFF Q & A. After the Monsterboards Movie showed with some other great movies we got to do a Q&A with Tyler Breuer of the NYSFF. Quite scary at first, but ...
Tag Archives: new york surf film festival Meet the Maker #3. Posted on March 3, 2013 by boardshortsfilmfestival. Elisa Bates – AWAY “Away ...
Florida Surf Film Festival is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, public charity, invigorating surf culture and artistic appreciation by exhibiting contemporary documentary films with surfing as a focus and preserving narrative from artists far and wide while also producing a story-driven podcast, literary group discussions, and artistic workshops.