Alex Knost logging during a recent stint in Australia. Video by Jimmy Jazz James.
From Mollusk Surf Shop: Jack Coleman's here once again to take you on a mystical voyage full of toe-tappers, bottom draggers, and belly bombers, featuring Harry Henderson, Rangi Ormond, Richie Cravey, and Chris Cravey.
Onde Nostre and Seea presents: Sealone. A story of a dream mixed with reality. In Sri Lanka with Lola Mignot, Karina Rozunko, Sierra Lerback and photographer Luki O'Keefe – open hearted and an open minded to the new world.
There are two things that match almost perfectly in this world, Desert Point and the smooth style of Torren Martyn. VIdeo by Alessio Saraifoger with music performed by Arthur Lee " Looking glass looking at me "
'The Church of the Open Sky' is the latest feature length release from award winning independent Australian filmmaker Nathan Oldfield, creator of 'Lines From A Poem', 'Seaworthy', 'The Heart & The Sea' and 'Gathering'.
"It took me over a year to finally get the chance to shoot with Bryce. It was in the beginning of 2016, in his wave rich home region of Australia. For me, it was a dream come true to be able to shoot such an amazing surfer in his element slashing open faces on on his asymmetrical boards. The kid just so happens to be what a filmmaker calls, “a clip machine”. Just about every wave is a keeper." – Jack Coleman
Jack Coleman brings us another tasteful surf film featuring some of Blackies' finest. The lineup includes Robin Kegel, Jared Mell, Tanner Prairie, Alex Knost, and Levi Prairie. Via Mollusk.
A new documentary directed by Keith Malloy, FISHPEOPLE tells the stories of a unique cast of characters who have dedicated their lives to the sea. Featuring Dave Rastovich, Kimi Werner, Matahi Drollet and more. Coming soon...
The Rincon shape performed so well that it revolutionised the Californian surfboard industry almost overnight. Old clunky longboards were dumped. Speed and carving were in. The Rincon today is the act same outline template, the same low rocker, and the same small rounded rails, the same sweet specially designed fin. A true honey from sixty-eight, still sweet and perfect in 2017! – Bob McTavish
Jack Lynch filmed at Noosa in Super 8 by filmmaker Jay Button. Enjoy.
Tommy Witt and filmmaker Evan Adamson took a trip to visit their amigo Benny Geren down south, where they were welcomed with warm waves, friendly faces, and spring vibes. After getting lost in the fun, time flew by and they were left wishing the trip had lasted just a moment longer. Produced by Hippy Tree.
Mark Cunningham bodysurfing Tahiti. Cinematography by Daniel Russo. Pearl Jams "Oceans" reimagined and played by Andrew Joslyn.