SATURDAY 25th NOVEMBER
LS/FF SATURDAY NIGHT PASS
Saturday 25th November serves up a night of big conversations, big waves and even bigger concepts as we journey BEHIND THE CURTAIN
>> BUY EVENING PASS >> SATURDAY 25th November >> SOLD OUT
The LS/FF SATURDAY NIGHT PASS delivers a whole evening of the very best surf cinema, Q+A’s, icons, filmmakers, good times, and more PLUS a complimentary beer from our friends at Sharp’s brewery… all for £20. That’s a lot of beautiful times for your buck!
>> Along with our friends at Yeti, on Saturday afternoon we have line up an exclusive story telling workshop hosted by Looking Sideway’s Matt Barr accompanied by a panel of the finest creatives sharing their hard-won insider tips on telling tales through words, images and audio. DETAILS HERE <<
Saturday 25th November – the line up
Saturday opens with two powerful stories of reclamation, joy and challenging expectations. The World Premiere of Granny Grommets accompanied by a Q+A with Dir. Leah Rustomjee reframes the narrative around ‘age appropriate activities.’ Yama Dir. Maddie Meddings follows surf activist Lucy Small to Ghana to meet a pioneering crew of female surfers and skaters. Looking Sideway’s Matt Barr takes us on a campaigning journey from the macro to the micro with an exclusive screening of Turning Tides Dir. Antoine Couturier and the premiere of Blood Type: Plastic Dir. Owen Tozer accompanied by conversations with the filmmakers.
After the break we head to Oahu for the European Premiere Joe Alani’s award winning feature Through The Doggy Door with Mason Ho and Sheldon Paishon. This must-see, intimate documentary follows a surfer’s dream to trade extreme poverty in paradise for the life of a pro surfer and a world of perfect waves. Accompanied by UK Premiere of The Hounds of The Storm Dir. Clem Mcinerney featuring Irish charger Connor Maguire plus The Shorties shortlist film – the very best short films from homegrown filmmakers.
>> BUY EVENING PASS >> Saturday 25th November > SOLD OUT
Our evening passes are limited, always popular and always sell out. When they’re gone, they’re gone!