One of the more unique film releases of the past year was Musica Surfica, a production out of Australia that combined fins-free surfing with some brilliantly-played classical music. The man behind the wave-based components of the film was surfer,...
If you're going to hold a surf contest in the winter, it might as well be held in real winter conditions. And that's exactly what they got for the Volcom Beaverfish last Saturday at North Chesterman Beach in Tofino:...
Through his collaborations with Woodshed Films and The Moonshine Conspiracy, Chris Malloy has been closely involved with some of the most vital and memorable surf films of the last ten years. His latest 16mm, One Track Mind, is an...
Getting hurt on the road is one of the fears of the traveling surfer. It's something that Christian Moutinho experienced in a very real way this summer, when he broke his left leg after boosting off the end section...
It’s a nerve-wracking thing to run a surf contest in Nova Scotia. The hope is for overhead, stacked-to-the-horizon hurricane swell, but there’s always the possibility that the late-summer Atlantic could go flat for weeks on end. The folks from...
THE RIP CURL STEW Tofino, BC: June 21-22, 2008 The second annual Rip Curl Stew surf competition kicked off at Cox Bay in Tofino, BC under surprisingly sunny skies and glassy shoulder high surf. A solid south swell had been blessing...

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