For all you Exeter based surf fans, next Friday will see a rich selection of contemporary surf cinema being screened in the heart of the city at the Exeter Phoneix and tickets are a mere £6.
Here’s whats on the roster:
Surf Cinema returns with a boundless selection of films from South Africa and beyond. Emphasizing the utter joy of living in the now and blurring the boundaries of legend and reality we will be joined by South African Director Peter Hamblin who will be chatting about his genre busting big wave surf adventure film Let’s Be Frank.
Music, hot dogs and summer give-aways on the terrace from 6:30pm.
BRUCE GOLD – LAST OF THE SURFING HIPPIES
Anders Melchior. Norway, 9 mins, 2016.
It is hard to be a hobo, but it has its rewards.
Jack Coleman. Australia, 35 mins, 2016
Welcome to an alternate surfing dimension. One where creativity and imagination are boundless, and the vicissitudes of life pale in comparison to the utter joy of experiencing the moment. Where surfers entwine with their environment, to create, and express themselves, in a place called The Zone. Shot over a two-year time period throughout Australia, South Africa, Costa Rica, Mexico, Hawaii, and California.
LET’S BE FRANK
Peter Hamblin. UK, Ireland, mexico, South Africa, 50 mins, 2016.
Let’s Be Frank is a visceral journey through the unseen and unknown world of big wave surf adventurer Frank James Solomon, an intercontinental clandestine investigation blurring the lines between myth, legend and reality – leading to the question… Just who is Frank?
For more info and to buy tickets head here.