Florida Surf Film Festival’s mission is to invigorate surf culture through film appreciation and artistic expression by exhibiting contemporary films from filmmakers far and wide with surfing as a focus.
Tickets are now available HERE for the 2016 Florida Surf Film Festival. We have the following packages available for sale:
- Friday Night Pass – November 18, 2016 – $20
- Saturday Night Pass – November 19, 2016 – $20
- Two Night Festival Pass – November 18-19, 2016 – $30
- Patron Pass – $125, includes:
- 2016 Official T-Shirt, limited edition run.
- Dinner for both nights with Clancy’s Cantina on-site at Atlantic Center for the Arts with selections from poke bowls to pork, fish, chicken, and steak tacos…
- Four drink tickets
- FSFF Tervis Tumbler
- Two Night Festival Pass – November 18-19, 2016
- 2016 Festival Credentials with Monster Energy Lanyard
- Monster Energy Gift Bag with assorted branded giveaways
- Patron Pass for TWO – $200
- 2x Above benefits
Programming for the festivall will be announced very soon!
One Winner = Free Workshop & Free Two-Night Festival Pass
November 19, 2016 – Atlantic Center for the Arts – APPLY HERE
Non-Photo Contest Application Site HERE!
Application Deadline is November 4, 2016
Jamie Brisick is a writer, photographer, and director. He surfed on the ASP world tour from 1986 to 1991, and has since documented surf culture extensively. His books include We Approach Our Martinis With Such High Expectations and Have Board, Will Travel: The Definitive History of Surf, Skate, and Snow. His writings and photographs have appeared in The Surfer’s Journal, The New York Times, and The Guardian. He was the editor of Surfing magazine from 1998-2000. In 1981 he surrendered his virginity to a brown-skinned eighteen-year-old in a dinghy hotel room in Cayucos, California. Blue Oyster Cult’s “Burnin’ For You” played on the staticky clock radio. The smell of Marlboro Reds wafted from the stained bedspread. It did not last long. In 2008 he was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship to Japan. He lives in New York City, travels frequently, and loves his 6’1” Channel Islands Warp.
For nearly 25 years I’ve been writing about surfing and documenting surf culture at large. It continues to fascinate me, and I continue to find new ways into it. My approach to the workshop is less ‘Journalism 101’ and more about personal expression and growth. We’ll have only one day, but by the end of it I hope I can help you to go deeper as a writer, photographer, and/or filmmaker.
Agenda for November 19th:
9:00AM – Intros
9:30AM – Media and Journalism in the Industry – Then and Now.
10:00AM – Structure, POV, Interviewing, Recording, Note-taking, Outlining, Drafting, Workshopping, etc.
12:30PM – Lunch
1:15PM – Writing exercise
1:30PM – Voluntary readings and workshop
2:30PM – Photography and its relationship with surf journalism
3:30PM – Publication tips and contacts – Relationships, taking anything you can get, paying dues.
4:30PM – Documentary filmmaking for dummies – Or whatever…
5:00PM – Wrap
6:00PM – 2nd Night of the Florida Surf Film Festival Begins
Please submit the information requested, and one of our staff will contact you about workshop openings, required non-refundable deposit, travel advice, and be available for all other questions.
The cost of the workshop is $95. This does NOT include a pass for the Florida Surf Film Festival. If you would like to include a discounted, two-night patron pass for the Florida Surf Film Festival, the added cost is $100. This includes a 2016 FSFF t-shirt, FSFF Tervis Tumbler, Clancy’s Cantina dinner both nights, and a Monster Energy Gift Bag. Check the appropriate box in the application to take advantage of the discounted patron pass.
If you’d like to stay at Atlantic Center for the Arts during the festival, we have small efficiency-style motel rooms for $69.50/night, including all taxes. If you’d like to stay three nights, November 17-20th, you are eligible for a 20% discount for a total of $167.40, including taxes. Please contact Stephanie Stallard at email@example.com for reservations.