1. SurfEXPLORE Punanjar

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    The SurfEXPLORE crew digs deep into a lesser explored part of Indonesia to experience the untapped surfing potential of the other side of the archipelago, and comes back with more that they bargained for. Surfing by Phil Goodrich (USA), Alberto Castro (BRA) and Hayato Maki (JPN). Camera and edit by Emiliano Cataldi. Music by Mt Warning. Enjoy Check out http://www.surfersjournal.com/current_issue for the "Tales From Punanjar" article on The Surfer's Journal 24.1 and www.surfexplore.info

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    • Surfer's Journal comercial 30" - 2014

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      from Grupo SAL Added 161 2 0

      FICHA TÉCNICA: Criação / Direção: Adriano D'Aguiar / Eduardo Boccaletti Roteiro: Eduardo Boccaletti Montagem: Adriano D'Aguiar Câmera: Pedro Castro Motion: Fabio Zamborlini Produção Executiva: Bruno Lins Produção: Juliana Ambrósio Atendimento: Teresa de Paula Machado Trilha / Locução: Gomus Finalização: Thiago Augusto

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      • Racking Focus: Spyder Wills films Gerry Lopez and Rory Russell at Uluwatu

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        Racking Focus: Spyder Wills films Gerry Lopez and Rory Russell at Uluwatu

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        • The real North Shore Stories by Juan Bacagianis

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          www.juanbacagianis.com Photo: Juan Bacagianis Mahalo Kala Alexander, Ramon Navarro, Kaimana Henry, Tai Van Dyke, Tom Dosland & Gavin Beschen for your support Footage : Juan Bacagianis & Lola Fernandez Extra Footage: Gabriel Villaran, Ricky Giacaglia, Nahuel Amalfitano Edit & interviews / Juan Bacagianis More episodes of North Shore Stories here: https://vimeo.com/67604824 https://vimeo.com/62024101 https://vimeo.com/65938804 https://vimeo.com/82820543 https://vimeo.com/82035508

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          • The Five Pillars Of Lakshadweep.

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            Custom grab reel for The Surfer's Journal to coincide with issue 20.6, which hosts the 16-page feature by myself and Alan van Gysen.

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            • POV Shorts II: Derek Hynd, Part Two

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              Derek Hynd and Andrew Kidman seem to have an understanding. Exemplified in this Surfer's Journal original, Bottling the Moment, which Kidman penned, the pair of minds track parallel. Here, in this second of a two-part Andrew Kidman directed short, Derek displays his deconstructed finless surfboard in action in some darn fine beachbreak. We're still not quite sure how he manages rail gouging redirects without the aid of the blade. As Kidman noted in an email correspondence that Hynd is completely committed to finless surfing. Hasn't ridden a board with a fin in years. It's an experience which has led Derek to wonder, in a Morey-esque mind expanding inquiry, "where would surfing have gone without the linearity of the fin?" POV Shorts II is a 10-part video series, from surf filmmakers Chris Malloy, Tyler Manson, Joe G, Andrew Kidman and Cyrus Sutton. Each filmmaker has taken on one subject within a general framework, but subject to their interpretation. The shorts will be released over the course of the summer, 2011. Have a look around our video channel for the others, or check back soon as more are released.

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              • POV Shorts II: Derek Hynd, Part One

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                Derek Hynd and Andrew Kidman seem to have an understanding. Exemplified in this Surfer's Journal original, Bottling the Moment, which Kidman penned, the pair of minds track parallel. Here, in this first of a two-part Andrew Kidman directed short, Derek walks Kidman/us through the deconstruction and rebirth of a finless surfboard, while Andrew's youngsters augment the experience with emotive notes on an electric organ. As the organ preaches to the beast and foul in the bush beyond the house, Hynd rips apart a perfectly good Lis-ish fish, and rebuilds it for finless sliding. Channeling his oldest friend, Dale Egan, one of Derek's inspirations for leaving the keels on the beach, Hynd creates something very new out of something old. As Kidman noted in an email correspondence that Hynd is completely committed to finless surfing. Hasn't ridden a board with a fin in years. It's an experience which has led Derek to wonder, in a Morey-esque mind expanding inquiry, "where would surfing have gone without the linearity of the fin?" In part two, we see Derek take apart the local beach break, and we get a glimpse. POV Shorts II is a 10-part video series, from surf filmmakers Chris Malloy, Tyler Manson, Joe G, Andrew Kidman and Cyrus Sutton. Each filmmaker has taken on one subject within a general framework, but subject to their interpretation. The shorts will be released over the course of the summer, 2011. Have a look around our video channel for the others, or check back soon as more are released.

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                • POV Shorts II: Runman, Part Two

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                  Runman is to surfing as Sonic Youth is to music. Eccentric, playful, raunchy, raw and real; cacophonous to many, but uniquely emblematic of a time and a spirit. Conceived in the early-’80s as surf accessory company, the name was a natural amalgam of the creator's last names, Morgan Runyon and Ray Kleiman. Though they made board bags, t-shirts and films (among other things), the enterprising duo followed the response, and became better known for their movies, banned by many of the surf shops who bought them. Runman One, Runman Two, and Runman 69 all followed the same general convention: Super 8 footage of Runyon and Kleiman's friends (and themselves) surfing and causing mayhem in the beach zones between Sunset Boulevard and Pt. Mugu Naval Airbase. Their aesthetic harkens to the punk spirit of the times. DIY low-fi. Expression by whatever means possible. Today, Runyon runs his family restaurant in the hills above Malibu and does occasional commercial film production and art direction. Kleiman's occupation and location is more, well, enigmatic. Here, in this second of a two-part Tyler Manson directed short, Runyon takes us on a tour of the history of "Runman". POV Shorts II is a 10-part video series, from surf filmmakers Chris Malloy, Tyler Manson, Joe G, Andrew Kidman and Cyrus Sutton. Each filmmaker has taken on one subject within a general framework, but subject to their interpretation. The shorts will be released over the course of the summer, 2011. Have a look around our video channel for the others, or check back soon as more are released.

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                  • POV Shorts II: Runman, Part One

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                    Runman is to surfing as Sonic Youth is to music. Eccentric, playful, raunchy, raw and real; cacophonous to many, but uniquely emblematic of a time and a spirit. Conceived in the early-’80s as surf accessory company, the name was a natural amalgam of the creator's last names, Morgan Runyon and Ray Kleinman. Though they made board bags, t-shirts and films (among other things), the enterprising duo followed the response, and became better known for their movies, banned by many of the surf shops who bought them. Runman One, Runman Two, and Runman 69 all followed the same general convention: Super 8 footage of Runyon and Kleinman's friends (and themselves) surfing and causing mayhem in the beach zones between Sunset Boulevard and Pt. Mugu Naval Airbase. Their aesthetic harkens to the punk spirit of the times. DIY low-fi. Expression by whatever means possible. Today, Runyon runs his family restaurant in the hills above Malibu and does occasional commercial film production and art direction. Kleinman's occupation and location is more, well, enigmatic. Here, in this first of a two-part Tyler Manson directed short, Runyon takes us on a tour of the history of "Runman". POV Shorts II is a 10-part video series, from surf filmmakers Chris Malloy, Tyler Manson, Joe G, Andrew Kidman and Cyrus Sutton. Each filmmaker has taken on one subject within a general framework, but subject to their interpretation. The shorts will be released over the course of the summer, 2011. Have a look around our video channel for the others, or check back soon as more are released.

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                    • POV Shorts II: Bruce Brown, Part Two

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                      from The Surfer's Journal Added 4,948 34 2

                      Bruce Brown aw-shucks his way through every interview he’s ever sat for. He leaves it for others to list his accomplishments and influence. If you’ve read the Bruce features in TSJ, you know the bullet points: Oscar-nominated director of The Endless Summer; commercial sword fisherman; pillar of the apocryphal Dana Point Mafia. And, like a tagline from a Dos Equis commercial, Steve McQueen was his desert racing wingman. Quietly dwelling in a hidden arroyo near Santa Barbara (and in striking distance of his favorite ranchland surf spot) Brown spends his days with family and his collection of motorized hobby projects. For this episode of POV, filmmaker Chris Malloy—no slouch himself in the surf-and-turf arts—sits a spell with the legendary lensman. Discussion turns quickly from the predictable and into the details of early bootstraps surf filmmaking. Charming, self-effacing, and as real as they come, we hope you enjoy this two-part portrait of the master.

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