True Colours documents the art and surf based upliftment program that is taking place in Cape Town, whereby underprivileged children are given the opportunity to paint huge murals together in their surrounding community. The artwork is then photographed and used for board designs, generating money that is fed straight back into the program – essentially
This short documentary is all about big wave charger James Lowe’s dreams of surfing the best waves in the world as well as Josh Rowe’s dream of being a filmmaker. From the clutches of Jaws in Maui to notorious Dungeons, Reverie showcases some of James’s best waves and is not one to be missed.
Big wave charger and Kommetjie local, Dougal Paterson, along with Rash Ferguson and water photog Sasha Specker, tell the story of wooden surfboard shaper, Patrick Burnett. Wooden Bones features a dream-like mix of visuals and a score to match, following the creative process from the shaping bay, to paddling out and riding a hand-shaped wooden
Surf videographer Graeme Brunt has been linking up with Durban based ripper, Bevan Willis, and put this short together featuring Bevan going to town as they say, on some epic walls around KZN. The clip is cropped to suit an old-school format, with some grainy shots incorporated to take it back to the roots of
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.
Having spent the last year drifting around on the Indian Ocean, Rian Greeff has gathered his fair share of interesting ocean-based footage. His first entry can best be described as a surrealistic journey into another dimensionn, featuring original, unedited footage from a single GoPro hero clip. Shot on location in Mtwara, Tanzania in December 2014.
It was a magic Sunday morning at Supers, J-Bay on 11 October, after the massive tornado of a SW the day before. Armed with his GoPro and good vibes, feral surf fiend, Stanley Badger paddled out to capture a fun session along with some of the locals.