This feature film brought to us by Mark Gunson traces the history of Bay Area surfing and the beach lifestyle from past to present and explores the changes that time reveals. The history is told by those who lived it, from the lifeguards at the historic Fleishhacker Swimming Pool in the 1940's to kids growing up surfing today. ***It is free to register, but donations are appreciated! Please select your ticket price***
The 9th Annual Surfalorus Film Festival, presented by Come Hear NC, is a wave rider’s dream, featuring deep dives into surf history, celebrations of female surfers, films by today’s best surf filmmakers, and foreign language contributions from wherever there’s swell across the planet. Kicking off with a drive-in screening on Thursday, September 24th, the remaining films will be streamed online with some super secret surprise guests!
Throughout the festival, we’ll be screening interviews and Q&As with various filmmakers, surfers and surf culture figures. So drive up or tune in for this amazing collection of surf oriented film, brought to you by Come Hear NC, the Cucalorus Film Foundation, and the Dare County Arts Council.