The Line Up Of Incredible Surf Films

26 Sep 2017 0 Share

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There's just one week left until the third Noosa Surf Film Festival kicks off and we've got the incredible list of flicks that are showing on the big screen.

From Thursday 5th - Sunday 8th October you can catch the best Aussie films and those from international filmmakers in and around the Noosa area. If you missed the limited screenings of Taylor Steele's Proximity (read our review) or Nathan Oldfield's Church Of The Open Sky (download your own copy here), get the family and mates together and treat yourself. 

Screenings include;

Church of the Open Sky by Nathan Oldfield
Proximity by Taylor Steele
Home by Spencer Frost 
Anouk at Rainbow by Peter Pascoe
Sealone by Luca Merli
Lumiére by Tay Steele - SW Reelers Winner
Blue Road (premiere) by Alena Ehrenbold
Unglued Vacation by Olivia Williams
The Organic Surfers by Ishbel Alderman
Such A Long Time by Josh Rufford
Cork in Noosa by Sunday Wegener
Spanners by Wilzen Crawford
Time & Tide (premiere) by Drew Maloney
Eye Sea by Darcy Ward - SW Reelers Winner
Waed by Jake Donlen
Well as well (premiere) by Luka Raubenheimer
Passion Pop by Jake Donlen

But the festival is not limited to films; catch the art of Ozzie Wright, Elena Grib, Matthew Allen, Pia Opfermann, Luka Raubenheimer, Kirstin Gail, Lachlan Olive and Jaleesa Vincent. You can also take part in sunrise surf photography sessions with the talented surf photographer Fran Miller.

BOOK YOUR TICKETS HERE

VIDEO BELOW, Spencer Frost's award-winning 'HOME'.


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