Cyrus Sutton Interviews Dan Malloy about his latest Patagonia film, Harvesting Liberty

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Last week, Dan Malloy’s latest film, Harvesting America, was released. His film investigates hemp, it’s place in American agriculture, and the fabric of small farmers – once valued as America’s backbone – who are fighting to reinstate hemp as a vital crop across America. This film showcases one mans experience and efforts to provide veterans access…

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Kepa Acero: Homecoming

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In Kepa’s latest short film, Homecoming, he reflects on the beauty of traveling and the rich experiences born from his adventures across the globe and among many cultures. He so eloquently explains, “In the end, I would say that traveling not only broadens our horizons but allows us to be grateful for them.” Kepa Acero…

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Summer Dreamin’ Featuring Corey Colapinto

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Jack Coleman’s done it again – This time catching sled jedi Corey Colapina riding his quasi-finless 9’0 Donald Takayama and 10’1 Ryan Engle. Enjoy this short but sweet nugget of visual gold brought to you by our pals at Mollusk Surf Shop. Summer Dreamin from Mollusk Surf Shop on Vimeo.

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Patagonia Presents: Harvesting Liberty, a film by Dan Malloy

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If you were an early American colonist and Jamestown farmer in the 1600’s, you would have been required by law to grow hemp simply because the world was being commanded by large fleets of ships, and those ships needed hemp rope and sails. Thomas Jefferson, the author of our Declaration of Independence was a hemp…

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Mike Stewart: The Art Of Waveriding

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For decades Mike Stewart’s waveriding approach and personal character have set a standard for watermen. Here’s his latest take on making lemonade out of lemons. Enjoy! Mike Stewart from Mike Stewart on Vimeo. Featuring: Mike Stewart Science Bodyboards sciencebodyboards.net/ Production: sherwoodstudio.com.au Cinematographer Dean Fergus Robert Sherwood Editor Robert Sherwood

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Save The Waves Film Festival Is Now Accepting Submissions

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Aloha All You Salt-Encrusted Cinematographers! Save The Waves is now accepting submissions for the 2016 Film Festival, which will include east and west coast tours in the US, as well international screenings in Latin America, Europe, and Australia.   Submissions Close on June 15th, 2016   Our featured filmmakers of the past have included Taylor Steele, Chris Malloy,…

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Filmmaker Feature: Q&A with Albert Falzon

Filmmaker Feature: Q&A with Albert Falzon

Besides surfing, where do you draw your inspiration to keep creating, after already accomplishing such high “creative” levels? Inspiration can come from many sources. It can come in a momentary flash. It can come from all things beautiful. Certainly for me life in all its beauty is more than enough to inspire a thousand lifetimes of…

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The Whale That Washed Up At Trestles, Selfies and Ecology

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About three weeks ago a dead gray whale washed up at Trestles. The media and beach-goers swarmed, and the reports, speculations and articles closely followed. As surfers, the ocean is our sanctuary, one that breathes with life. Though, with every breathe of life, death follows at some point: natural and unnatural. While headlines speculate about…

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