In Bunker77, director Takuji Masuda blends incredible unseen footage and new interviews with the likes of Tony Alva, Laird Hamilton and other greats to craft a documentary about Bunker’s life that searches for meaning in all its chaos.
“I learned about Bunker when I met Art Brewer in 1994” Takuji says. “There were bits in The Surfer’s Journal, and I was intrigued and wanted to know more. I needed a deeper dig to really see what it was all about." Find out more in this short interview with Takuji Masuda.
Imagery courtesy of Jeremiah Klein
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The Director of the festival's opening film Glory of the Glide discusses her foray into surf documentaries.
In today’s realm of surf cinematography, there’s no shortage of hi-shredability action films. Admit it, each time you go online or check your Instagram, you’re watching some new clip or full-length film filled with hard-charging surfers hunting down big tubes or light-footed aerialists chucking themselves six feet above the lip. But when Beth O’Rourke, one half of the duo behind SeaLevel TV, dipped her toes in the world of surf filmmaking, she decided to focus on the surfers themselves and the interesting life stories many of them carry.Read More
Get ready for another exciting celebration of surf culture. The 6th Edition of I Am Surf Film Festival on December 16th promises a line-up of premieres, award-winning documentaries and short films. Accompanied by inspiring workshops, talks with filmmakers, food, drinks and music, this is an essential cultural happening not to be missed. Buy your tickets here.
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Image by Amber Mozo & Tay Steele.
A look back at the 5th I AM SURF Film Festival. It would not have been possible without you. Thank you!! We'll be back this summer with a few surprises and a line up of indepth movies that celebrate our surf culture.