GROOVE MOVE – (surf film trailer) from Jack Coleman on Vimeo.
The next Jack Coleman flick is due at the end of March. His films are creative, but can be challenging to watch sometimes. This one looks pretty user friendly. The surfers are all cool cats riding weird and wonderful surfboards. I’m looking forward to seeing it.
See also, Surfer Mag Dot Com gallery of Groove Move: clicky
New surf flick out on DVD.
Description: Daughter by Tin Ojeda and friends, is a entertaining new experimental black & white film shot on Super 8 and 16mm.
This new surf art film features surfers: Rob Kulisek, Derek Hynd, Scotty Stopnik, Mikey DeTemple, Andy Findlay, Robin Kegel, Kassia Meador, the Marshall Brothers, Erin Wormtown, Billy Death, JJ Wessels, Kyle Lightner, and other groovy surfers.
Filmed on location in New York, California, Mexico, and Australia.
Run time is 35 minutes and features music by Ty Segall and Ariel Pink.
Available via the Surfy Surfy online store: clicky
The Innermost Limits of Pure Fun DVD
The essential classic surf film by George Greenough.
Documenting the shortboard revolution in 1968, George Greenough crafts a great and still highly watchable surf film.
40 years before GoPro cameras Greenough built waterhousings for his bulky 16mm cameras and got the first inside the barrel water shots.
A catchy soundtrack and fun footage of old cars bumping along dirt roads to perfect empty point surf.
Innermost Limits of Pure Fun is a must have for any serious surfer regardless of age. Put it on during a house party for eye candy, or go deep and put on your headphones and turn out the lights, it works either way.
Available via the Surfy Surfy online store: clicky clicky
Bonus, this weird Australian Coca-cola commercial with footage by Greenough and Pink Floyd-ish sounding music:
And, a Korduroy tv segment featuring Greenough: