Comedy and surf flicks generally don’t mix well: there’s a long, inglorious history of ill-advised skits marring otherwise respectable productions, and so it’s a brave creative soul who dares have a crack at a full-on surf-com.
The Depth Test
'Undone' is not your non-stop surf action flick, but one that - gasp! - tells a story. Review by Gra Murdoch.
The subjects of Mick Waters' latest film mix childlike play with a serious commitment to the surfing life. Gra Murdoch explains.
When surfing gets under our skin, it’s so consuming that it feels – for many of us, I suspect – incomprehensible that any other activity could occupy even a fraction of that space in our lives. I can remember as a young bloke, a mate telling me that ‘there’s more to life than surfing’, and it registered as a mild betrayal and insult.
"Children of the Tide is the best surf travel adventure I have ever read," - Tom Wegener
Can a sixties-era design be mixed into a modern high performance shortboard?
No surfers were hurt while reviewing this product.
An online review about an offline hit.
From the makers of 'Litmus' comes a project that is neither sequel, reunion, nor redux.
Author Chris Gudenswager provides a sweeping history of an Australian enigma.
A century after he lost his life on the Western Front, Phil Jarratt recalls Australian surfing's greatest unsung hero.