Derek Dunfee stopped by the shop recently to spread the word about the premiere of his new surf film Down with the Ship.
On June 9th 2008, Dunfee severely broke two bones in his leg while surfing in Fiji. Two days later Derek underwent surgery in San Diego California: eight screws and a titanium plate were installed into his leg.
On November 30th 2008, 5 ½ months after Derek broke his leg, Derek caught the winning 2008/2009 Billabong XXL paddle in wave at Mavericks.
This short film shows what happened in those 5 1/2 months leading up to Derek’s XXL winning wave.
Down with the Ship premieres 8:00 pm Thursday July 29 at the MCASD Sherwood Auditorium at 700 Prospect St. La Jolla CA 92037
Old school surf movie price, only $5 bucks!
This looks like a groovy time and it has appearances by Surfy Surfy peeps. 8 years and 200 hours of raw footage has been siphoned down to one hour.
Check out the premier Tuesday, March 9th at 7pm at Duke’s Malibu 21150 PCH
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If you missed the first theatrical run of Dear & Yonder you can catch a free outdoor screening of it at the Patagonia store in Cardiff-by-the-sea.
Feb 27th (Saturday)
Two shows: 6:30 pm & 8:00 pm (encore showing)
Art show reception: 7:30-9:30 pm,
Music by Tomorrow’s Tulips featuring Alex Knost.
Gallery space open all day from 10 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.
(It is the opinion of Surfy Surfy that surfing should not be segregated by age, race or gender. However I hear that Dear & Yonder is a well crafted surf film so check it out).