(All Proceeds Go To Waves for Water Sandy Relief Fund)
ODE to California
Patrick Trefz, 2010, 9 mins
Anyone who has ever been in the sea understands that the ocean is a vast wilderness, and the northern California ocean reality is not always what it seems. "Ode to California" evades expectations in its depths of all things spoken and simultaneously unspoken. Timeless and provocative, "Ode" is a glimpse into the heart of the ocean and those that live in accordance with it.
Itxasoa eta Lehorra
Patrick Trefz, 2012, 8 mins
An elegant film of artist Jim Denevan drawing in the sand of Mundaka in northern Spain, September 2011. The powerful soundtrack, "Low Tide" by Basque folk musician Mikel Laboa accompanies the equally mesmerizing coming and going of the drawing as it is enveloped by the tide.
Q&A with photographer/ filmmaker
Patrick Trefz and artist Jim Denevan to follow screening.
Etan Blatt, 2012, 4 mins
Take a ride over New York 2 weeks after hurricane Sandy struck the coastline.
Zac Halberd, 2012, 4 mins
Surfing at Rockaway Beach with opera.
Sunwaves and Flowing Free
Joe Albers, 40 mins
Never before screened seminal 70s and early 80's footage of Montauk and more.
Andrew Kidman, 2009, 4 mins
Joey Gallagher, 2010, 14 mins
Joni Sternbach, 2012, 7 mins
The Surf Magazines Don't Talk About Lapsed Catholics
Toddy Stewart, 2012, 5 mins.
Patrick Cummings and E.J. McLeavey-Fisher, 2011, 15 mins
Portrait of local surf star Balaram Stack at the 2011 Quiksilver Pro New York
Panel discussion moderated by Tyler Breuer with filmmakers TBA.
There will be a Benefit After-Party for Waves for Water Sandy Relief with Djs Matchie and John Dubstar.
Throughout the week there will be an informal exhibition highlighting works of artist Jim Denevan and filmmaker/photographer Patrick Trefz. A selection of photographs, presented in postcard-like format, will span decades of documenting Denevan's days and drawings on the landscape. Edited film stills from Trefz's Ode to California convey the essence of an ineffable non-narrative. Like his films, they evoke a timeless and provocative glimpse into the heart of the ocean and those that live in accordance with it. With a longstanding friendship, an intimate dialog surfaces in the pairing of their work.
Surfsup A Jockdocs: Surfing Program curated by Laura Coxson.
Special thanks to Patrick Trefz, Jim Denevan, Michael Machemer, Kerri Rosenstein, Tyler Breuer, Rebekah Maysles, Sean Nam, wavesforwater, Sarah Rigano, Julie Gilhart and Jessica Green. Vitacoco Coconut Water.
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Maysles Cinema (View)
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
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