January 10, 2017 – Florida Surf Film Festival is proud to announce films for the first quarterly installment of the 2018 festival year. Doors open at 6PM, and movies begin at 7PM for the following venues:
- February 8th – The Abbey, Orlando
- February 9th – Surfside Playhouse, Cocoa Beach
- February 10th – Atlantic Center for the Arts, New Smyrna Beach
New and independent surf documentary films are hard to come by. Years of planning, scrapping together funds, surfers, and swell can be a disheartening, long and winding process. What Ben Gulliver has delivered in The Seawolf surpasses expectations of what modern surf films hope to accomplish. Cold water discoveries all over the world, an incredible original score, and the absolute highest quality performance surfing seen lately stands alone this winter as the best surf film we’ve seen in a while. Hold on tight. Ben will be at the festival to discuss his latest work with fans.
6:00PM: Doors Open with Giveaways at the Door
7:00PM: Commencement of 2018 Festival Year by John Brooks
Moonless Island by Gabriel Novis – 6 min.
The Malloy Brothers by YETI – 5 min.
22 by Victor Pakpour – 8 min.
Brainwork: Adam Replogle by Kyle Buthman – 12 min.
No One’s Gonna Give You Nothin’ by Sam McIntosh – 15 min.
Jungle by Morgan Maassen – 17 min.
8:15PM: Intermission with Raffle Items
The Seawolf by Ben Gulliver – 44 min.
Florida Surf Film Festival mission:
Florida Surf Film Festival is a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to invigorate surf culture and artistic appreciation by exhibiting contemporary documentary films with surfing as a focus from artists far and wide and operate featured-artist workshops in journalism, photography, and filmmaking.