Saturday Schedule

 

Tickets are available from the Riverside Studios Box Office on: 020 8237 1111 or buy them online HEREor by clicking through on the links in each film listing.

limited number of evening passes are also available for Saturday 2nd November priced £21 for the 3 evening film slots: The Surf Trippin’ Triple Bill, The Salt Trail and The Surf, Style and Substance Double Bill. They are only available  by calling the Box Office on: 020 8237 1111.

SATURDAY 2nd NOVEMBER

15.00Surf Filmmaking on the Edge

MG_2751webA surf filmmaker double bill. A very special free Saturday afternoon event with two of surfing’s most exciting filmmakers - Chris McClean and Kepa Acero. A special Q & A with star of Compassing, professional surfer, explorer and filmmaker Kepa Acero who is showing exclusive preview extracts from his new movie and  answering questions on his solo travels to areas such as Antarctica, Angola and Patagonia. Award winning UK filmmaker Chris McClean is presenting the world premiere of his new short film FV25 as well as showcasing some of his amazing work and answering questions on the filmmaking process and his travels and adventures in cold climes.

TICKETS FO THIS VERY SPECIAL EVENT ARE FREE BUT LIMITED. TO BOOK YOUR TICKETS CLICK HERE.

16.30: SerendipitySimon Lamb. AUS, 2013, 66mins

1SerendipityUK Premiere. How would you feel if you stumbled upon an undiscovered tropical surf paradise? This documentary shines a light on one of surfing’s fairytales. Tony Hussein Hinde was a 20 year old Australian who went on a surfing adventure at a time when many of the world’s best surf breaks where yet to be discovered. What he found was perfect surf on a chain of tropical coral attols, an eastern Islamic culture and a new personal identity.

Showing with: CALIFORNIA dir: Jim Hope, UK, 2013, 5 mins. Shortlisted Shorties entry presented by Reef. Short film showcasing homegrown talent.

TICKETS FOR SERENDIPITY ARE £7.50 BUY ONLINE HERE


18.10: The Surf Trippin’ Triple Bill.

Film 1: Russia. Chris Burkard, USA, 2013, 23 mins

2012, CHRIS BURKARD PHOTOGRAPHY, SURFING, RUSSIA, KAMCHATKAUK Premiere. A film that jumps in at the deep end of surfing’s exploratory boundaries when Keith Malloy, Dane Gudauskas, Trevor Gordon, and Cyrus Sutton journey to the shores of remote Kamchatka on Russia’s Pacific rim, where the only way to scour remote breaks is by Soviet era truck or rickety helicopter. Surfing back to basics, beautifully captured by one of the world’s leading lensemen Chris Burkard

 

 

Film 2: Compassing. Cyrus Sutton, USA, 2013, 23 mins

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Official UK Premiere. From EMMY award-winning filmmaker, a follow up to the celebrated ‘Stoked & Broke’. Cyrus Sutton feels the pull of the open road so he ‘simplifies’ his living arrangements, transforming his van into a unique camper, and sets out to traverse the west coast of North America. Heading south into deepest Mexico he hooks up with friends including Kepa Acero and Rob Machado.

 

 

Film 3: Fortune Wild. Ben Gulliver, CAN, 2013, 22 mins

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UK Premiere. A small group of surfers set out to seek their own kind of riches on some of the most remote beaches of the Canadian coast. Starring Peter Devries plus Reid and Arran Jackson, this is an expedition to the far-flung shores of Haida Gwaii, a chain of wave-swept, lushly forested islands off the British Columbia mainland. Surfing, camping and foraging for food on the area’s unspoiled beaches, the three surfers step away from the modern world and into a quieter, more attuned and more self-sufficient existence.

“If Wes Anderson vibes, grizzly bears, Pete Devries, and the vivid wilderness of Canada sounds like a cocktail on which you would like to sip, then The Fortune Wild is a film for you.” STAB Magazine

TICKETS FOR RUSSIA x COMPASSING x THE FORTUNE WILD ARE £8.50 (£7.50 concs) BUY ONLINE HERE


19.50: The Salt Trail. Mark Waters, UK, 2013, 50 mins

SaltTrailOfficial World Premiere. From award-winning filmmaker Mark Waters this visual gem is a sensory and cinematic masterpiece that takes us on a voyage and delves into the true meaning of surf travel. Journeying through Indonesia from the crowded points of Bali to the isolation of The Mentawai islands, this film captures the joys and the pains of exploration, and the rewards that will stay with you long after the journey is over. It is a film to stir the soul and stoke the wanderlust and, showcasing some deepest, sweetest tube rides, it’ll have you packing your bags for your own Indian Ocean voyage of discovery.

“The salt leaves trails in your heart, from the adventures you have had and the ones yet to start…”

With Q&A with filmmaker Mark Waters to follow screening

Showing with: SEA FEVER, dir: Tim Davies, UK, 2013, 5 mins.Shortlisted Shorties entry presented by Reef. Short film showcasing homegrown talents.

TICKETS FOR THE SALT TRAIL ARE £9.50 (8.50 concs) BUY ONLINE HERE

 

21.35: The The Surf, Style and Substance Double Bill

Film 1: Remind Me To Forget. Jeremy Asher Lynch, USA, 2013, 35 mins

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UK Premiere. A poetic narrative from award winning filmmaker Jeremy Asher Lynch laid down on mixed media, including 16mm, Super 8 and HD formats. Featuring the radical styling’s of some of waveriding’s most exciting names including Messers Andrew Doheny, Ford Archbold, Kyle Kennelly, Alex Knost, and guest Dane Reynolds set against an awesome soundtrack.

“An incredible film which boggled our mind when he showed it to us. A poetic narrative in mixed media, shot on everything — including 16mm, Super 8 and HD formats — and includes some really rad surfing… really sick music and haunting visuals.” What Youth.

Film 2: Daughter. Tin Ojeda, USA, 2013, 30 mins

DaughterUK Premiere. New York is a place steeped in culture and history. Renowned NY surfer/artist/filmmaker Tin Ojeda delivers a wonderous slice of visuals shot on Super 8 and 16mm set to a sublime soundtrack. Featuring the wave sliding talents of leading lights including Rob Kulisek, Derek Hynd, Scotty Stopnik, Mikey DeTemple, Andy Findlay, Robin Kegel, Kassia Meador, Marshall Brothers, Erin Wormtown, Billy Death, JJ Wessels, Kyle Lightner, and filmed on location in New York, California, Mexico and Australia this is an exploration into the super stylish.

 

Showing with: TIL THE LUCK RUNS DRY dir: Tim Boydell, UK, 2013, 5 mins. Shortlisted Shorties entry presented by Reef. Short film showcasing homegrown talents.

TICKETS FOR REMIND ME TO FORGET X DAUGHTER ARE £8.50 (7.50 concs) BUY ONLINE HERE