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Surfing Hollow Days

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The fourth movie Bruce Brown made travels to Mexico, California and Florida, along with a trip to Australia and Hawaii with Phil Edwards. Features a fifteen-foot shark checking the line-up at Rincon and the first wave ever ridden at Pipeline. Time to hang ten with another of Brown's outstanding surf films--it's almost better than being there!


  • Bruce Brown

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Dark Fall New Jersey Surfing DVD by Alex DePhillipo and Andrew Gessler

Dark Fall New Jersey Surfing DVD by Alex DePhillipo and Andrew Gessler Lowest used price: $59.95

Dark Fall is all of us. It is a representation of NJ surfing, the lives we lead, the friendships we make, and the brotherhood that bonds us to our coastline. New Jersey is but a spec on the map of the surfing world and this film is our outlet, it is a voice that's going to travel across the globe and explain our story. Experience Dark Fall, Alex DePhillipo's award-winning documentary. Dark Fall follows a year in the life of New Jersey's professional surfers tackling some of the best surf right in their own back yard and travelling to remote locations across the globe. This film examines lifestyle of the Northeast's cold-water surfers and tells the passionate story of what it takes to make it in the world of surf. Dark Fall is a surge from the depths of the most uncommon of surf states, a must see! Is there even surf in New Jersey?! This high-definition film glorifies the most prestigious and naturally beautiful time for a surfer in the Northeast, the Fall. Featuring Dean Randazzo, Sam Hammer, Andrew Gesler, Zach Humphries, Clay Pollioni, and many more, shot in High Definition, including work with the Red One camera. This epic surf film is a must-see. Music by Bruce Springsteen, The Parlor Mob, ASG, Jumpship, Chris Arena, Sabotoge Soundsystem and more. Winner of the Best Feature and Viewer's Choice Awards at the 2010 New York Surf Film Festival.


  • Directed by Alex DePhillipo
  • Narrated by Andrew Gessler
  • Starring: Andrew Gessler, Zack Humphreys, Dean Randazzo, Sam Hammer
  • Music by Bruce Springsteen, The Parlor Mob, Sabotage Soundsystem, ASG and More!
  • Winner of Best Feature & Viewers' Choice Awards at the 2010 New York Surf Film Festival

Rip Shred Tear Longboard Surfing DVD by Captain Fin Co.

Rip Shred Tear Longboard Surfing DVD by Captain Fin Co. Lowest new price: $4.95

Sad, stupid, annoying, messed up, tight pants, girls that look like boys, concrete monkeys, scooters, loggers & dongers, dohos & fords, crashing jumping, death, surfing, skating, burns outs and probing. What do all of these words have in common? Rip Shred Tear! This is a movie that will suck harder than all movies! You will watch it and ask yourself, "Who am I? What have I been doing with my life? Why am I still wearing camo cargo shorts, drinking energy drinks that make my testicles smaller and trying to be like Jimmy Slade, and not wearing tight pants and kissing boys." This film created by Mitch Abshire and filmed/ edited by Maddison Dyer and Mark Choiniere will change your life for the worst. Rip Shred Tear surfs and skates up the states, hanging toes and suckin' bones, getting the slash on in places like the Hoover dam, Delaware River, Minnesota Lake, South Dakota inlets and Wyoming Falls. This Film was made to get the real story out of the closet about surfing. Raw, dangerous, and pure vomit. Some of the humans surfing in this video include: Jimmy Slade, Lance Burkhart, Rick Kane, Jonny Tsunami, Alex Knost, Jared Mell, Troy Elmore, Scotty & Turkey Stopnik, Tyler Mumma, Ford Archibald, Andrew Doheny, JJ Wessels, and a lot of other creeps that you probably hate.

110% Surfing Techniques Volume 3

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110% Surfing Techniques Volume 3 will improve your overall surfing performance, from catching more waves through to completing air 360's. The content includes tips and advice for all levels of surfing. Included in the DVD are sections on how to surf faster, catch more waves and how to surf better in small waves. There are 4 sections on airs, covering; types of airs, frontside airs, air reverses, air 360's and alley oops. This DVD coaching tool has regular and goofy versions. There are 16 sections in total, with 69 minutes of content. Other sections include reverse 360's, off the lips, and how to improve your stance, style, turns and body dynamics.

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The Forgotten Coast

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Experience One of the Longest Waves Ever Filmed From Inside the Barrell!
In the world of surfing, there exists a group of elite surfers whose sole mission in life is to surf the unknown. From California to Australia, surfers have marked up the map with legendary surf spots, which over the years have become polluted and overcrowded. But this elite group is constantly hunting for untapped waves. Searching across the globe, they have come to the islands of Indonesia, where the most consistent world-class waves can be found around every bend. However, to reach the perfect waves on The Forgotten Coast, an extreme physical and mental journey is required. Join Brian Conley, Travis Potter, Daniel Thomson, Micah Byrne, Brett Schwartz, Brandon Tipton and Ben Knight, seven of the world's best surfers as they experience the travel, the adventure and the purest waves on earth!
Special Features include: Commentary Track with Travis Potter and Director Justin LePera; Exclusive Interview with Surfer Brian Conley; The Forgotten Coast Screensaver; Photo Gallery by Brian Nevins, Jeff Dolen; Deleted Scenes

For many surfers, the notion of "going feral" is associated mainly with azure blue waves breaking on powdered sandy beaches. It is the casting aside of everyday monotonies for the pursuit of point-break excellence. The Forgotten Coast fuels this romantic ideal, as the exotic locales, glassy sets, and empty lineups are the stuff of wave-riding fantasy. However, it also documents the less-publicized realities of surf exploration that so often escape our daydreams. The intrepid crew of Travis Potter, Brian Conley, Daniel Thomson, Micah Byrne, Brandon Tipton, Brett Schwartz, and Ben Knight encounter sketchy boat captains, hellacious weather, nasty infections, and more as they seek out the finest waves Indonesia has to offer. Proving that it takes much more than just a quiver of boards to make a boat trip, these surfing nomads explore the unexplored by relying on each other and respecting the kindness of locals. It's not always glamorous, but the payback of pristine surf makes the journey worthwhile. --Dave Callanan



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The Surfer's Journal - Fifty Years of Surfing on Film Vol 1

The Surfer's Journal - Fifty Years of Surfing on Film Vol 1 Lowest new price: $15.94
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From Bud Browne's pioneering films of Makaha Point Surf in the 1940s to the punk-bash videotape of the 90s, the complete four-volume set transports the viewer along a fascinating, fifty-year surf cinema timeline. Written by acclaimed surf historian journalist Matt Warshaw, each volume presents rarely seen footage from personal libraries of the most significant surf filmmakers of all time. The Journal's privileged access to this footage, along with the filmmaker's own candid, behind-the-scenes commentaries and recollections of their cult hero-surf stars turns these volumes into unique and enchanting perspectives of surfing's cultural evolution unlike any other you have ever seen before.

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Surfing With The Enemy

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Surfing With The Enemy is the story of a group of surfers from Havana struggling to establish a niche for their sport in Cuba's restrictive society. Guided by Eduardo Valdes, founder of the Havana Surf Association, two filmmakers from Venice Beach, California, travel across the island to the wave-rich but ill-famed Guantanamo province, home to the U.S. Naval Station at Guantanamo Bay. Chasing waves along this controversial coast, they discover a forbidden paradise just miles from their own border, and learn what it means to be a surfer and a citizen of modern-day Cuba. Bonus features include: Interactive Menus/Movie Trailer

The Surfer's Journal - Fifty Years of Surfing on Film Vol 2

The Surfer's Journal - Fifty Years of Surfing on Film Vol 2 Lowest new price: $19.95
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Columbia Pictures released Gidget in 1959, and by the early 60s, with the help of Frankie and Annette, Hollywood's version of surfing was being steadily fed to the masses. The whole thing was an embarrassment to the surfers. Meanwhile, these three surf filmmakers were doing an excellent job in bringing real beauty, excitement, culture and color of the sport to the big screen. Bruce Brown's early films demonstrated his dry wit and a casual rapport with the best surfers of the late 50s and early 60s. His sixth film, The Endless Summer, showed the rest of the world what the sport was really all about. Greg MacGillivray, along with his partner Jim Freeman, produced a series of films from the mid-60s to the early 70s that set the standard for technical excellence. Their last work, Five Summer Stories, is a period classic. As surfer designer and filmmaker, George Greenough has made tremendous contributions. He was the first to take a camera inside the tube, and his slow motion footage from within is as beautiful and hypnotic today as it was when first seen by a stunned surfing public in 1970.

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Waterlogged Lowest new price: $5.98
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The "Fellini of Foam's" fifth and last film before The Endless Summer, Water Logged is made up of highlights from Bruce Brown's four previous films: Slippery When Wet, Surf Crazy, Barefoot Adventure, and Surfing Hollow Days. This film features the best of four years of surf photography.

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Se7en Signs & Innersection Black Surfing DVD

Se7en Signs & Innersection Black Surfing DVD

Se7en Signs Description: Six filmmakers. Six continents. One journey. Innersection Films continues its adventures in new forms of filmmaking with the release of SE7EN SIGNS. For this project, our online audience picked their favorite six filmmakers from the Innersection series and we sent them each in a different direction to film their part of the surf movie. But instead of making six short films, director Nathan Myers (Here & Now, Castles in the Sky) carefully curated each of their edits to weave together into a single, rollicking, surprise-filled adventure. This is a film about traveling to find waves...and everything that happens in between. Innersection is the world's original open-source freesurfing competition, developed by Taylor Steele and Nathan Myers. The 13 all-new sections that form INNERSECTION: BLACK were each produced by the surfers themselves, then selected from hundreds of online submissions to be reimagined for this final release. The surfing was filmed all around the world, with highlights in Canada, Portugal, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Australia, and Hawaii. There's also an all-new submission from defending $100,000 champion, Albee Layer. Innersection is pure surfing: surfer created, viewer selected, and ocean inspired.


  • A Surf Travel film

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