Renowned big wave surfer and filmmaker Dayla Soul said it was an honour to be included in BBFF16 when we spoke to her. But it is our privilege to be screening her documentary It Ain’t Pretty, based on her own and other women’s experience of sharing the big waves around San Francisco with the men
Sometimes a surf film’s biggest achievement is not its epic barrels or its mind-bendingly awesome airs, sometimes it’s simply that it serves to remind the us mortals why surfing is, in fact, such a great thing to spend our time doing. This year’s Byron Bay International Film Festival’s program is a veritable feast of
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BBFF is giving Byron a taste of what’s to come when our free, beachside screening returns on Monday, February 25. Beneath the full moon, the community will gather on the grass above main beach to witness some of the many fantastic films the festival has to offer.
How Hawaiian Surf Culture conquered the World. Master surf filmmaker Jack McCoy ventures into a new realm with his latest feature. This is not a surf movie, it is a film about surfing’s deepest roots; in the subconscious; in ancient lore; in the craft of surfboard building; in man’s perpetual quest for a joyful relationship