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|Endless Summer [VHS]
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The greatest surf movie ever made. "On any day of the year it is summer somewhere in the world..." Go with Robert August and Mike Hynson as they follow the summer season to Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, Hawaii and California in search of the perfect wave. Still the ultimate surf film of all time!
|King of the Air: Maui, Hawaii Kite Surfing Event
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The '99 Red Bull "King of the Air" kitesurf contest. See top kiteboarders in awesome Maui conditions. Behind the scenes with the pros discussing equipment and techniques. This 3-day event is packed into a thirty minute video that takes you from the beach, onto the water, and into the air. The wakeboarders are turning their heads at this sport, 40 - 60 foot jumps, enough hang time for triple and quad rotations, free gas and no boat. Kite surfing - Flysurfing
|Endless Summer [VHS]
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The definitive surf movie, this 1966 documentary by Bruce Brown is beautifully shot and thrilling to see in its portrait of youthful freedom on the world's shores. Brown followed two surfers around the globe in their quest for the perfect wave, finding it eventually on a remote beach far from home. The narration by "Big Kahuna Brown" cuts through the reverence a bit, being cheeky in tone. --Tom Keogh
|The Endless Summer 2 - The Journey Continues [VHS]
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Twenty-eight years after directing the hit documentary The Endless Summer, Bruce Brown went on a similar quest with two surfers to find the perfect wave. With a bigger budget and more sophistication in the production, this sequel is even more spectacular. What is lost in innocence--which The Endless Summer was rich in--is made up for in stunning looks at pristine beaches on exotic and even unlikely (for example, Alaska) shores. --Tom Keogh
|Surfing for Life [VHS]
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SURFING FOR LIFE is an entertaining and inspirational 68-minute film portrait of ten older surfers still riding waves in their 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s. Directed by award-winning filmmaker David L. Brown, this remarkable documentary journey portrays the "sport of kings" as a uniquely powerful metaphor for passionate involvement and life’s possibilities as we all grow older. This is a film for all audiences that details the fascinating lives of heroic role models who are "following their bliss" and staying active and engaged into their seventh, eighth and ninth decades.
Narrated by actor Beau Bridges, SURFING FOR LIFE blends compelling life stories told through interviews, contemporary day-in-the-life footage, and a wealth of rare archival material including images from several of the world's finest early surf filmmakers and photographers. Through these insightful profiles and a healthy dose of humor, this dynamic film challenges the negative images of aging presented in America’s youth-obsessed culture.
SURFING FOR LIFE not only challenges ageism, it also weaves a tapestry of unforgettable stories that embody many universal aspects of the human experience. The surfers’ tales reveal, among many lessons, courage in the face of adversity, the power of the human spirit and a celebration of values and relationships that contribute to rich, meaningful, well-spent lives.
With life-embracing warmth and humor, the older surfers in SURFING FOR LIFE overturn the common perception of surfing as an activity only for young people and, in the process, make an important and eloquent statement about the human potential of later life. Audiences and critics alike confirm that this is one of the most memorable and uplifting films on growing older ever produced.
|Siestas & Olas - A Surfing Journey Through Mexico [VHS]
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We set out to make a film that would make people feel good, want to take a long tropical vacation, and be fun for the entire family to watch together. A great film for anyone interested in the beach-going lifestyle, anyone wanting to see Mexico first-hand, or for anyone with cabin fever from being snowbound too long!
|Liquid Stage : The Lure of Surfing [VHS]
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Author: Michael Bovee
Enter the heart and soul of the centuries-old sport of surfing. Told by the people who have shaped and changed the sport, Liquid Stage: The Lure of Surfing takes you on a spiritual journey from surfing's evolution on the shores of Hawaii to the beaches of Southern California and the world.
Take an insider's glimpse into the surfers' lifestyles, innovations, and beliefs through archival footage and interviews with surfing legends such as Woody Brown, Greg Noll, Mickey Munoz, Carl Ekstrom, Rell Sunn, Skip Frye, and Rusty Preisendorfer.
If you have always wanted to capture the true roots of this "Sport of Kings", this documentary will take you there. Just sit back and enjoy the ride.
|Surfing Beach Party [VHS]
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|Endless Summer: Greatest Hits [VHS]
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1994 - Polygram Video - 58 Minutes - Songs Include : Dim All The Lights / Hot Stuff / Bad Girls / Last Dance / She Works Hard For The Money / Unconditional Love / State Of Independence / The Wanderer / Dinner With Gershwin / Supernatural Love / There Goes My Baby / Love's About To Change My Heart / This Time I Know It's For Real / MacArthur Park / On The Radio / Last Dance / Melody Of Love
|Longer - A Look At Joel Tudor Surfing - "Open your mind... and your boards will follow"
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Hey, who am I to argue?
Especially with a Cahiers du Cinema review by Ethan Coen laying down the following: "Longer, a new American surf movie (focusing on a certain Joel Tudor) is the vision of a masterful new eye. The poignancy of de Sica's The Bicycle Thief echoes in his scoring of the opening segment with Getz/Gilberto's 'Desafinado.' As you know, 'desafinado' translates from the Portugese to 'out of tune.' It is clear that this Joel Tudor is surfing 'out of tune' as he keeps prancing up and down his surfing board to maintain equilibrium. The use of Errol Gardner's 'Misty' further cements my thesis; it is clear that Joel is in a mournful state over the loss of a lover, as seen in the recondite but ultimately impenetrable transitions." Well, touché, D'Artagnon. I'd add my two cents by saying that you'd be hard pressed to find someone with a keener sense of surfing subtleties than j brother, particularly when it comes to his pal, Tudor. Longer captures Mr. T on discs, eggs, guns, and tanks at spots around the globe. The footage, gathered over several years, offers a unique look at joel's growth as a surfer and his choice of equipment and the wave quality have not been seen like this before. All the usual suspects will enjoy this true-to-form follow-up of a drift.
- Not since the days of Phil and David or Gerry and Wayne, have you seen better longboarding, longer noserides or more stylish tuberiding. According to Leonard Liebowitz of NYU's New School of Film , "Jack McCoy's Green Iguana-era productions were so tight you could bounce quarters off them; Taylor Steele played to the cheap seats, resulting in Himalayan gross returns; Andrew Kidman's Litmus articulated the scruffy sophisto of the surfing hobo; Thomas Campbell's The Seedling came smoking out of the gate with the most distinctive visual thumbprint of the decade. Yet it was j brother's 1995 ultra-short longboard flick, a drift, that quietly influenced the face of surf cinema-perhaps more than any other single title of the 1990s."
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