New Film Pushes The Aesthetic Possibilities of Surfing

New Film Pushes The Aesthetic Possibilities of Surfing

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New Film Pushes The Aesthetic Possibilities of Surfing

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“Half surf-film, half arthouse-cinema and all futuristic.”

Guarantee you’ve never seen a surf flick quite like this. Filmed overnight at Kelly Slater’s Surf Ranch in central California, Electric Wave explores surfing’s aesthetic possibilities while offering “a vision of a more conscious and sustainable future.” The results are nothing short of mesmerizing. FULL DESCRIPTION BELOW:

Electric Wave is half surf-film, half arthouse-cinema and all futuristic. Featuring seven time World Surf League Champion, Steph Gilmore, in addition to the young star Coco Ho and legendary free surfer, Leah Dawson, Electric Wave celebrates sustainability and progression within and beyond the surf world. Produced by CONVICTS Media to celebrate the launch of Audi’s new fully-electric e-tron, Electric Wave is directed by Daniel Askill–the award-winning director of Sia and Lady Gaga’s famed music videos–and features an original score from Japanese-born, Malibu-bred composer Aska Matsumiya. Shot overnight at Kelly Slater’s Surf Ranch, the film expands surfing’s aesthetic possibilities. Defined by collaboration, dance and the world’s most advanced artificial surf break, Electric Wave offers a vision of a more conscious and sustainable future. More from CONVICTS Media HERE.

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