Posted by LSFF on November 9, 2017
BEST BRITISH FILM CHANGING POINT Dir: Rebecca Coley (17mins) An inspirational story of a Bonne Gea, a young woman who blazed her own trail and threw off the constraints of society and the traditional role assigned to her to become the first Indonesian Women’s Surfing Champion and inspire a new generation of female surfers.
MAURICE COLE: THE FIRST WAVE
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BEST INTERNATIONAL SHORT LS/FF 2017: MAURICE COLE: THE FIRST WAVE Dir: Peter Baker Insightful and beautifully shot short featuring surf legend Maurice Cole who has been surfing for five decades and shaping boards for 45 years, battling demons and experiencing the highs and the lows of a life lived large.
LS/FF 2017 Winners
Posted by LSFF on October 30, 2017
Riding waves is an act shared by many tribes across not only the UK or Europe, but across the four corners of the globe, and it was this breadth that we wanted to embrace for this, the 7th annual London Surf / Film Festival x Reef. We curated a line-up of films that reflect […]
Posted by LSFF on September 12, 2017
SHORTIE OF THE YEAR LS/FF 2017: Shaka Status Dir. Chris Case / Fish Farm TV Irish based filmmaker Chris Case showcases waveriding with a maximum stoke factor, as a small, clean day offers epic bodysurfing and finless gliding conditions. Starring: Barry Mottershead and Dylan Stott The Shorties Short films are […]