Florida Surf Film Festival – November 6-7, 2015

Florida Premiere of Ocean Driven, August 21st

Monster Energy and the Florida Surf Film Festival are proud to premiere in Florida a new film from Aurelia Productions, Ocean Driven, on August 21st at Atlantic Center for the Arts with doors opening at 6PM and films starting at 7PM.  Tickets are $10/person, and nearly every ticket holder will receive a giveaway at the door thanks to Red Dog Surf Shop and various other supporting sponsors.  Clancy’s Cantina will be serving food as soon as the doors open, so come early for some tacos and a cold beer, brought to you by Cigar City Brewing and Green Room Brewing.  Short films by other filmmakers will also be screened including Saturday 6:27AM by Josh Rufford, Indo Festival by Kepa Acero, How to Road Trip by Samuel Glazebrook, and Exit by Reef, featuring Evan Geiselman.

Ocean Driven is a film about Chris Bertish’s coming of age in giant waves, leading up to the Mavericks Invitational in 2010. Minutes after nearly drowning, he takes the world by storm.  A true, great escape that redefines possible. Ocean Driven features countless big wave legends, ocean specialists, and breathtaking images.

Click here to RSVP.

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Other sponsors include Nixon Watches, Stance Socks, Brian Layman Financial Services, Red Dog Surf Shop and Kembali, Total Vision, Waterways Travel, Get Salty, Surfrider Foundation(Volusia/Flagler Chapter).

The Florida Surf Film Festival’s mission is to invigorate Florida surf culture through film appreciation and artistic expression by exhibiting contemporary films from filmmakers far and wide.

Press and Sponsorship Inquiries:

John Brooks, Festival Director, at john@floridasurffilmfestival.com

Atlantic Center for the Arts is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3), interdisciplinary artists-in-residence community and arts education facility dedicated to promoting artistic excellence by providing talented artists an opportunity to work and collaborate with some of the world’s most distinguished contemporary artists in the fields of music composition and the visual, literary and performing arts. Community interaction is coordinated through on-site and outreach presentations, workshops and exhibitions.