Sea of Darkness (w/ All Points South) - Part of our Surfing Series
Sea of Darkness
Director: Michael Oblowitz
USA, 87 min.
Winner: Best Feature Film, NY Surf Film Festival
Time: 1970's. Place: the Indonesian coast. For a small group of thrill-seekers, surfing was an addiction, an attitude, and way of life one that sometimes was seen through the lens of psychedelics. In Sea of Darkness, a group of ragtag surfers coast from high tide to high risk led by man shrouded in mystery of near-mythical proportions. As they balance their thirst for the perfect pipeline with the dangerous risk/reward of smuggling illegal drugs and other illicit items across the South Pacific.
All Points South
Director: Sachi Cunningham
USA, 6 min.
Winner: Best Short Film, NY Surf Film Festival
Surfers are often the litmus test of our oceans. If the water is dirty, surfers get sick. All Points South relates how surfers and fishermen are joining together to find solutions to increasing levels of water pollution worldwide. With world-class surfing at some of the planet's best point breaks, this journey takes us to Southern Chile, where pulp mill pollution threatens an entire ecosystem as well as an ancient way of life.
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