Tuesday, June 24, 2003

Surf Film Nite, this Thursday!!!

This is from Brian.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Musial"
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 4:49 PM
Subject: Surf Film Nite, this Thursday!!!

AQUA SURF SHOP & WAVEFEST unite once again to bring ya SURF FILM NITE @ The
Red Vic Movie House!
Status: U

Thursday, June 26th
7:15pm, & 9:15pm
Red Vic Movie House
1727 Haight St, San Francisco
Ticket price is $6.50

Another night of tasty surf films, break out the Citronella oil as NorCal
chargers explore the exotic land and hollow waves of Indonesia, it¹s an INDO


Voyage to Plengkun- 1984. Marin's Bill Heick brings us on board for a rare
viewing of his 16mm film, as he and crew surf their way thru Bali, Lombok,
East Java, and Sumba. See crazy footage of NorCal surfers charging huge
G-Land on singlefins and early tri-fins. 32mins

IndoPacific- 2002. Sunset Barbarian Rob Daleiden created a short digital
video of pure Indo surfing from the eyes of a SF tourist. See the spitting
tubes of Western Sumatra, the spiritual ceremonies of Bali, escape from the
harsh reality of surfing Nor-Cal with IndoPacfic!!!! Music featured from
SF's surf rock stars- Outer Aves! 7 mins.

Fueled (trailer) ­ 2003. From the producers of Whipped!!! and 100 Ft.
Wednesday, Powerlines Productions brings you 'Fueled' a mind-blowing surf
movie featuring Mavericks, Central California, Mexico, Jaws & Teahupoo.
Journey to the next level as world class surfers get fired up on an endless
adventure that takes them to the edge and back.

Finally, Aleks and Silvan Morgan (Sea By The City) have been doing some mad
editing the past few days, and have concocted an Indo film of shear
insanity. Featuring some of the most beautiful scenic shots you¹ll see,
mixed with the Slost crew literally shredding up Indo waves. 23 minutes.

Thanks so much for your support on the Drive Thru premiere and the Donavon
Frankenrieter Band events. We have a lot more fun planned for the Summer, so
be on the look out! Aloha - Aleks & Brian

*Also if you think we are doing good work here at AQUA, let the Guardian
know for their Best of the Bay issue, vote online at www.sfbg.com- Mahalo!

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