Throughout the competition, Josh Rowe has stunned us with some beautiful entries, and this might be the best one yet. With only a week left until the final month’s winner is selected, Josh submitted this epic compilation of surf footage he’s collected on various trips whilst travelling in 2015.
Talented KZN north coast local, Shane Sykes, talks about the influence that his child hood role model, Julian Wilson, has had on his surfing style. While a collection of clips from all over KZN is perfectly strung together, Shane also speaks about making it onto the CT, with the pot of gold being to become
When it comes to short surf films different is good, and with a variety of aerial, GoPro water shots and DSLR footage cut to some laid back island beats, that’s exactly what regular Shot Bru contributor,Tamarac Park Searll’s first entry is – different. Everybody Go Surf features months worth of Cape Town surf footage featuring
Shot entirely on a GoPro, Marck Botha has raised the level of water videography for the competition thus far. Discovering Durban features Dan Redman, Ricky Basnett, Brandon Jackson, Mark Zunckel, Wayne Armstrong, Dustin Harding and Julian Wilson getting pitted in some of KZN’s gnarlier spots.
“Filmmaking is so fun. You can create something from nothing. When you go on those surf trips or travels, you collect a bunch of footage and you don’t always end up using a lot of it in edits and clips you make. That’s the cool thing about filmmaking, you can take those unused clips and
David Van Zyl and Mikey February share a breezy surf session together in Cape Town. The combination of good music, light, waves and some intense slow motion make for a really entertaining watch. Add to that Mikey’s air game and Davey’s rail work and you’ve got yourself a stellar short.
For his second entry, Grant Hewitt submitted something very different: a stop animation about a lego man who, after cutting himself a custom surfboard from a magazine, heads out to his local for a shred-session in clean, miniature perfection!
Matt Bromley links up with Josh Rowe to score a perfect swell at Skeleton Bay. Longest barrels of his life.