Friday, January 19, 2018


Watch: ‘Gone Tomorrow’ with the Quik Crew – The Hawaii edition

In this episode of Quiksilver’s “Gone Tomorrow” series, you’ll get a glimpse into the action that has transpired on the North Shore thus far this season. In between the world title race and a Triple Crown showdown, the influx of visiting pro surfers put on a serious show–both in and out of jerseys

Tin Ojeda Dives into the Abstract for New Film – The alternative surf chronicler discusses his next experimental project, "Abstract Rhythms"

New York-based experimental filmmaker Tin Ojeda spent the last half-decade capturing offbeat logging, finless sliding, and alt-craft styling on rolls of black and white, Super 8 and Super 16 film, chopping the footage together to an eclectic soundtrack of improvisational jazz and dissonant noise. Though films like “Daughter,” “Kook Paradise,” and “Expensive Porno Movie” resonated

Northern Touch – Filmmaker Ben Gulliver, the man responsible for films like “Seawolf” and “The Fortune Wild”, brings us behind-the-scenes on a surf trip through unspoiled northern Canada

It’s a challenge to convince professional surfers to sign up for an exploratory trip to a little-known cold-water location, especially when that cold-water location is an island in far northern Canada with unreliable forecasts and 20-foot tide swings. So, when filmmaker Ben Gulliver and photographer Mark McInnis decided to take a swing on this zone,

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