Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Summer Surf Movies at the Surfing Heritage Foundation

Hey gang…my friend Casey over at the Surfing Heritage Foundation sent over a pretty cool event. If you like to watch surf movies, especially movies with people who rip, then this sounds like it would be right up your alley.

From reading the poster it sounds like they have a couple of different movies, one in July and another in August. This one in July is going to have a few special guests and a bunch of cool prizes to raffle off as well.

Not sure if I am going to be able to make it down for this one but I thought I would pass it on to you.

Here is most of the official press-release.

Water Man to premiere at Surfing Heritage Foundation’s 3rd annual Summer Surf Film Series

SAN CLEMENTE, Ca. -July, 2008. Rainbow Sandals and Oxbow are pleased to partner with the Surfing Heritage Foundation for their third year of its Summer Surf Film Series. Starting on the evening of Friday, July 18th, the first film to be featured is the West Coast Premiere of Water Man, starring Laird Hamilton, Dave Kalama, Gerry Lopez, Rob Machado and the Malloy brothers; Keith, Chris and Dan. Water Man takes you on an iconic gathering of “watermen” as they venture into the heart of Indonesia, with some of the most influential surfers of our time as they bodysurf, paddle surf, hydrofoil, stand up surf and tow surf in the Indian Ocean. Water Man is directed by Sonny Miller, Don King and Jeff Hornbaker and produced by Jane Kachmer. Appearing in person will be Laird Hamilton and Dave Kalama with other special guests.

The screenings are held outside at the Foundation’s cultural heritage facility located at 110 Calle Iglesia, San Clemente, CA 92672. Show time is 8 pm and doors open to the general public at 7 pm. General admission is $10. VIP tickets, which include dinner, drinks and premiere seating, are available for $50. Proceeds from the event go to the Surfing Heritage Foundation and their ongoing work of preserving surf culture for the education and appreciation of current and future generations. For more information on tickets, call (949) 388-0313 or email linda@surfingheritage.org.

Make sure to check out their website as well www.surfingheritage.org

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