London Surf / Film Festival 2014 Teaser
The 4th annual London Surf / Film Festival presented by Reef hits the capital 9 – 12 October so here’s a little teaser to whet your whistle and stoke the fires for what’s in store!
Hosted at Genesis, E1 London Surf / Film Festival is the UK’s largest celebration of contemporary surf culture bringing to theses shores four nights of pure stoke and the very best surf films from around the globe a line up to inspire, excite & entertain while redefining the parameters of possibility. Accompanied by filmmaker Q+A’s and talks from waveriding’s most exciting heroes and icons including 5x World Champion Stephanie Gilmore plus music, art, artisans and more, this saline hit of inspiration is a must for anyone of a saltwater persuasion.
Tickets are available from £7.50 through the Genesis boxoffice HERE and on T: 020 7780 2000 as well as a limited number of evening passes from £15, which deliver more film for your buck plus some exclusive goodies from our friends at AllPress Espresso, Carve and X-Treme Video! Get ’em fast because once they’re gone, they’re gone!
“Surf movie releases have always been community happenings – the original “social media” experience and that is exactly what the London Surf / Film Festival is all about – watching films as they were intended to be enjoyed – on the big screen, in surround sound, accompanied by a packed crowd of like-minded crew hooting and hollering,” says Festival Director Chris Nelson. “It’s all about YEW!”
We’re stoked to announce that the weekend’s celebrations will also be accompanied by live music from the mighty StringerBessant who are joining us for an exclusive set on the gala opening night! We’re also hosting a slideshow and talk from leading surf photographer Tim Nunn, the ‘Lines on Water’ poster exhibition in the Approaching Lines gallery celebrating iconic quotes from genre defining surf movies, plus a writers forum with a panel of leading surf scribes from renowned author and writer Tim Baker fresh from Australia to Bafta nominated script writer Lauren Davies and MagicSeaweed Editor Ed Temperley.