The Chasing Zero Show
The final weekend of the London Surf / Film Festival x REEF hits the capital 30 September – 1 October and promises to be an epic celebration of the cream of international surf culture. The birthplace of British cinema, the iconic Regent Street Cinema plays host to the weekend bringing to the big screen the hottest surf films from around the UK and across the globe – a line up to inspire, enlighten and entertain.
Surfing Europe from the Directors of The Endless Winter
“It’s an honour to work with such inspiring creatives from the global waveriding community,” says Festival Director Demi Taylor. “Alongside the award winning features, Fire & Water and Dirty Old Wedge we’re delighted to be bringing to the capital Chasing Zero a live audio visual performance and stunning collaboration between award winning filmmaker Chris McClean and musician CJ Mirra, On the same evening we’re hosting a very special 35mm screening of one of the year’s most hotly anticipated films, Forbidden Trim presented by the filmmaker George Trim with a set from his epic Forbidden Trim Band over from the US of A.” Accompanied by the best homegrown films, by talks with wave riding’s most inspiring heroes and icons including Irish big wave surfer Peter Conroy, top British pro Oli Adams this saline hit of inspiration is an essential cultural happening.
Unorthodox featuring Welsh surfer Jo Dennison and produced and directed by Grace Holden and Victoria Johnson-Babcock will be part of the festival and is showing on 1 October AT 7pm in Regent Street Cinema, London.
Tickets from £9.50 are available through Regent Street Cinema box offices. There are also a limited number of evening passes from £16 which include a full night of films PLUS a complimentary beer from Sharp’s Brewery, delivering more good times for your bucks!
Thanks to everyone who came, saw and hooted along at weekend one of the 6th Annual London Surf / Film Festival x Reef. It was an extravaganza of premieres, award winning films, froth, beers, surfers and filmmakers including the award winning surf explorers Julian and Joaquin Azulay and top surfers including Mike Lay, Elsie Pinniger and Arthur Bourbon. Carve’s own Roger Sharp and top photographer Tim Nunn were in the house to present the world premiere of The Persistence of Hope as was Cornish filmmaker Ella Kite who presented her Shortie Ewen The Organic Surfer and walked away with the coveted “Emerging Talent’ award.
For full schedule details: www.londonsurffilmfestival.com.
Jo Dennison features in Unorthodox