Florida Surf Film Festival – June 16th and 30th

2nd Quarterly Screening Series 

New Smyrna Beach, FL – The Fifth Annual Florida Surf Film Festival, presented by Monster Energy, is happy to announce the Florida Premiere of Proximity, a new film by Taylor Steele, and the East Coast Premiere of Pedro’s Bay, a new short movie by Eddie O’Brand starring local Eric Geiselman, for our second quarterly screening series for the 2017 festival year on June 16th at Atlantic Center for the Arts, 1414 Art Center Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, FL, and on June 30th at The Abbey at 100 S. Eola Drive, Orlando, FL.

Doors open at 6PM.  Tickets are $10 for an adult 12 and over for the New Smyrna Beach venue at ACA, and $15 for the Orlando venue, The Abbey.  Under 12 is $5.  Tickets for kids can be purchased at the door.  PURCHASE TICKETS ➡ NEW SMYRNA BEACH or ORLANDO. (For everyone who pre-paid $15 for your NSB ticket, you will find a five dollar bill, $5, in your envelope at the door.)

Pedro’s Bay (Eddie O’Brand and Vissla, Run time 27 min.) with Eric Geiselman, Cam Richards, and Eddie O’Brand in attendance.


Proximity (Taylor Steele, Run Time – tbd)

Proximity is a film that pairs surfing’s living legends with today’s most progressive young surfers. The film is directed by award-winning filmmaker Taylor Steele, produced by Teton Gravity Research (TGR) in association with Garage Productions. Proximity will explore the delicate relationship between people, time, and place, showcasing surfing icons from different generations in diverse locations around the world.

More information on the other films will be available shortly.

Future festival event dates include:

3rd Quarterly Screening Series:

August 18th – Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach

August 19th – The Abbey, Orlando

Main Festival:

November 10th and 11th  – Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach

November 17th – The Abbey, Orlando

Our mission:

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.