Vans Off The Wall 10th Edition Coming

THURSDAY 2ND DECEMBER

Water Get No Enemy - the multi-award winning documentary Dir. Damien Castera & Arthur Bourbon

Water Get No Enemy – the multi-award winning documentary Dir. Damien Castera & Arthur Bourbon

THURSDAY 2ND DECEMBER // LS/FF GALA OPENING NIGHT

>> BUY EVENING PASS  >> Thursday 2nd December >>   HERE

The LS/FF 10 gala opening celebrates big waves and breaking boundaries.

We’re delighted to host the English premiere of the award-winning Big vs Small Dir. Minna Dufton – the inspirational story of Nazare charger Joana Andrade taking on life-threatening waves, overcoming life’s challenges while learning to breathe, accompanied by a very special Q+A.

The London premiere of the multi-award winning Water Get No Enemy Dir. Arthur Bourbon & Damien Castera is the must-see story of Liberia’s child soldiers turned surfers, it reminds us of surfing’s ability to build bridges and heal communities.

Thursday’s line up includes the mind-blowing and beautiful Kalani Gift From Heaven Dir. Nuno Dias delivering an insight into the world of a boundary breaking, big wave bodysurfer plus incredible shorts including Rebirth Dir. Laura Basil Duncan and the best of The Shorties – Grateful Dir. Rory Sutherland and Forest to Ocean Dir. Jack Flynn and Dan Langton. This is what Thursdays should always look like!

TICKETS are on sale via GENESIS CINEMA

>> BUY EVENING PASS  >>  Thursday 2nd December* >> HERE

Our evening passes are limited, always popular and always sell out. When they’re gone, they’re gone!

Evening passes deliver a whole night 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! There’s also a limited edition LS/FF x Vans tote up for grabs for the first 100 evening pass holders through the door each night…

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Surfing is a fluid pursuit, and just like swell forecasts, our programme is subject to change, especially in these turbulent times – but rest assured, it’s always going to be showcasing the very pinnacle of surfing and surf culture in the here and now! 

BIG vs SMALL Joana Andrade in the eye of the Nazare storm Image: Vitor Estrelinha

BIG vs SMALL Joana Andrade in the eye of the Nazare storm Image: Vitor Estrelinha