THURSDAY 23RD NOVEMBER
THURSDAY 23rd November: RIGHT PLACE, RIGHT TIME
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Thursday 23rd November – the line up
SESSION 1: 7pm MUNDAKA DOUBLE BILL >>
Plus special filmmaker Q+A with Dir. Jon Aspuru
UK PREMIERE Mundaka Dir. Jon Aspuru Celebrating that elusive moment and special convergence of tide, wind, swell and time. This must see documentary combining archive footage and interview with legends takes us back to a moment where AI, The Goat and the hard charging locals tucked into the perfect day at this hallowed spot, a magical session that would leave a permanent mark in European surf history.
This Mundaka double bill includes two incredible shorts, Beyond Frames Dir Samuel Muller – an ode to friendship, adventure, travel and the lure of home and Stoker Machine Dir. Darieus Legg. Perhaps the most feel good, stoke filled movie of the year, this is a surfer’s quest to unearth the legend of a mysterious surfboard, ‘The Stoker Machine’.
SESSION 2: 8.45pm POINT OF CHANGE >>
Plus special filmmaker Q+A with Dir. Rebecca Coley
UK PREMIERE: The much anticipated, award-winning documentary Point of Change Dir. Rebecca Coley. With perfect waves, culture clashes, malaria, black magic and tragic consequences, this is a cautionary tale of cause and effect, of blown secret spots and paradise found and lost
This award winning, and compelling documentary blends previously unseen Super 8 archive, contemporary interviews and animation, to tell the untold, true story of Nias, an ‘idyllic” island community changed forever by the discovery of a ‘perfect wave’ in the 1970’s and the unintended, dramatic consequences that followed. Featuring Kevin Lovett, Jamie O’Brien, Laurie Towner, Mark Healey, Billy Kemper, Nathan Florence, Bonne Gea & more.
As part of our Thursday night programme, the evening is accompanied by The Shorties shortlist film – the very best short films from homegrown filmmakers.
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