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ASMF SWELL CHASERS - TO SWELL AND BACK

ASMF SWELL CHASERS – TO SWELL AND BACK

For the first time in 3 years, the amaysim Australian Surf Movie Festival (ASFM) returns to venues across Australia, and SWIFF is proud to bringing you ASMF Swell Chasers – To Swell and Back, with 5 jaw-dropping films that capture the world’s best big wave surfers battling the biggest waves on the planet. Featuring some …

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Aquarela

AQUARELA

A ravishing visual feast from film artist, Victor Kossakovsky, Aquarela takes a deep dive into watery realms around the world, offering up an experience that can truly be described as immersive. Composed from footage shot with the latest high-tech stabilisation equipment and waterproof cameras, and filming at a rate of 96 frames per second, embrace …

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Pacifico

PACIFICO

A story of personal discovery through the Latin American wilds. Two friends quit their jobs in Australia, booked flights to America, bought an old car and set off on the journey of a lifetime. For the next two years, Christian and Chris chased swells, climbed mountains when the sea fell quiet, immersed themselves in local …

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Momentum Generation

MOMENTUM GENERATION

The untold story behind Taylor Steele’s 1992 pivotal surf epic, executive produced by Robert Redford. Steel’s 1992 home movie, Momentum has played endlessly on loop worldwide in surf shops, ironically gathering its own speed as it follows a ragtag pack of teenage surfers spending a summer chasing their perfect waves on Oahu. The moment when …

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Sharkwater

SHARKWATER EXTINCTION

Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart sets the illegal fishing industry in his sights for his final film. Sharkwater Extinction is the product of a a life-long obsession with marine conservation. Stewart’s third film in his jaw-droppingly beautiful series aims to again de-myth the nature of sharks across the world’s oceans, focusing instead of the ecological importance …

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