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DOUBLE BARREL: THE PERUVIAN CONNECTION
Jun 19, 2014
Surfing, travel and ecology go hand in hand in hand. Just as surfers yearn for new, uncrowned waves in distant and exotic lands, so...
MALIA ROUILLON: SIRENS WILL SAVE US ALL
May 30, 2014
Let’s face it - you’ve got more chance of finding a leprechaun riding a unicorn while munching a four-leaf clover sandwich than hearing the...
LAST PARADISE: GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
May 27, 2014
Surfing is made by its folklore. It's deep and diverse history nourish the pastime's appeal, creating far more than just another sport; it has...
May 21, 2014
Local independent filmmaker, Nathan Oldfield, makes things different. Not one to subscribe to the surf film conventions of perfect, massive waves, exotic destinations or pounding...
GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL: THE BEST OF WES
Apr 16, 2014
It's been a little while since the last of my sporadic forays into Cinemaland, but I'm glad I broke the drought with Wes Anderson's...
Apr 9, 2014
Award-winning young film director Darius Devas, and on/off again Byronite, has just released his ground-breaking experimental short ocean-art film Within, which is narrated by Guy...
SPIRIT OF AKASHA: A DREAM REIMAGINED
Mar 31, 2014
There is little question that 'Morning of the Earth' is one of the most profoundly influential surf films of all time. 'The Endless Summer',...
TRANSPARENTSEA: A VOYAGE OF NECESSITY
Mar 21, 2014
We all have our journeys. Sometimes that journey takes us through our years, the simple ebbs and flows of conventional life. At other times,...
Mar 15, 2014
With the International Day Of Happiness coming up the 20th of March and the storm of videos going viral on YouTube with people from...
Mar 11, 2014
The winner of The Byron Bay International Film Festivals Best Film and Best Documentary was “When my sorrow died”. It is an incredible true...
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