Intimasea by Nathan Oldfield for Seea 2015 Collection

Intimasea, a Short Surf Film by Nathan Oldfield

Intimasea by Nathan Oldfield from The Seea on Vimeo.  
"A wave is a special gift from the earth and when we get to feel it expressed through our bodies, through our minds, and through our spirits in a very feminine way, it brightens the water and it brightens the lineup. It uplifts the whole community of surfing and reminds surfers--men and women alike, that women are different ...that we are the dancers of the ocean." - Leah Dawson
Description "Intimasea" is a short film by Australian photographer Nathan Oldfield that celebrates the beauty and grace of women's longboard surfing, and dreamy high of playing in the waves with your friends. Featuring Seeababe ambassadors: Leah Dawson, Lola Mignot, Hallie Rohr, Karina Rozunko, Mele Saili and Makala Smith wearing the Seea 2015 collection. To find out more about Seea, please visit   Film/Edit By Nathan Oldfield -   Surfers Leah Dawson - Lola Mignot - Hallie Rohr - Karina Rozunko - Mele Saili - Makala Smith   Music "Christmas Lights" - The Motifs "I Need All The Friends I Can Get" - Camera Obscura
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Holly Wawn surf film by Beau Mitchell and Chad Bolth

Holly Wawn – Filmed by Beau Mitchell & Chad Bolth


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Description We love finding new clips! After seeing Holly Wawn's backside hooks, we're definitely fans of her surfing. Her commitment to the rail is especially refreshing. This girl has power! In this short edit, Holly is filmed surfing at home, on location in the Mentawai Islands, and in California.   Film/Edit By Beau Mitchell & Chad Bolth   Surfer Holly Wawn - @hollywawn   Music "Hanging Around" - The Stranglers
  Holly Wawn surf film by Beau Mitchell and Chad Bolth 
Georgia Fish - An Indonesian Sojourn. A digital short by Shane Fletcher.

Georgia Fish in AN INDONESIAN SOJOURN, a Digital Short by Shane Fletcher

An Indonesian Sojourn || Georgia Fish from Shane Fletcher on Vimeo.

Georgia Fish - An Indonesian Sojourn. A Digital Short by Shane Fletcher If we were to guess, we bet that the largest percentage of the surfing population would choose fun, glassy surf over wild, death-defying monster waves. We certainly would and that's the exact reason why we enjoyed Georgia Fish's clip so much. The scenery, the local smiles, the warm water and absolute playground quality of surf spots Georgia surfs makes us want to book the next trip to Sumbawa. The smooth, carving style of the Australian regular-foot and clean editing by Shane Fletcher combine to create quite a nice 4 minute diversion from work. Click play and enjoy. Description via Shane Fletcher's Vimeo Channel: A digital short featuring Georgia Fish wandering the roads of Sumbawa: a week outside the mundane and void of western pressures. Film/Edit: Shane Fletcher - Frame grabs from Georgia Fish, An Indonesian Sojourn, a short surf film by Shane Fletcher.
Additional Resources: Georgia Fish - official site Georgia Fish on Facebook Georgia Fish on Instagram Shane Fletcher on Vimeo
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Zeufy Tuesdays - Part One of a Four-Part Series. Heather Hudson celebrates the life of Zeuf Hesson in Hope More, a short film.

Zeufy Tuesdays, Part One – Zeuf Hesson Shares a Special Message with Loved Ones and the World in “Hope More,” a Short Film by Heather Hudson

Zeufy Tuesdays - Part One of a Four-Part Series. Heather Hudson celebrates the life of Zeuf Hesson in Hope More, a short film. Zeufy Tuesdays: Part One in a Four-Part Series Each Tuesday Celebrating the Life of Zeuf Hesson My Friend Zeuf - by Heather Hudson Our paths crossed over 7 years ago when I was in the process of creating my first surf documentary, "The Women and the Waves." I had asked Ashley Lloyd to be in the film and I had planned to meet her at Linda Benson's Roxy Jam Contest in Cardiff, California. (As a first time filmmaker, I wanted to give Ashley a few of my co-producer's films on DVD, to show her that we were legitmate!) When I finally found Ashley in the crowd, she was running off to surf in her heat. That is when she introduced me to Zeuf, who was with her and watching her bags. We immediately struck up a conversation and eventually exchanged our phone numbers. It was from that moment that our friendship began. And very soon after that I knew that I wanted her in my film. She asked, "Are you sure?" I said, "Yes!" I was very sure. She was my soul surfer & sister! Looking back now, I can't help but cherish my memories of this amazing, beautiful, loving, caring soul that is Zeuf. I knew nothing about her when we met, and learned so much as time passed. She had the biggest most caring heart. She would do anything to help anyone at anytime. She was loved by so many because she made every person feel special. Even though she struggled with cancer through all of those years, she never complained. She managed to LIVE with GRACE. She had a really funny sense of HUMOR and a SPARKLE in her eyes. How fortunate I am to have had her in my LIFE.

Hope More from Heather Hudson on Vimeo.

HOPE MORE - A Short Film by Heather Hudson Description: About a year ago, I told Zeuf that I wanted to make a short film while we were on our annual surf trip down to Mexico. She paused a moment and said, "Make a film about HOPE." I replied, "Okay, I can do that." Fast forward to June, 2013, "HOPE" was finished. I sent it to her, she loved it and was really stoked. Others seemed to like it too, and I was stoked! As her health declined since then, I kept thinking that I had MORE of her message from the trip. So, here is the second installment: "HOPE MORE." Dedicated to her husband, Frosty Hesson, their family, and to those who loved and were touched by Zeuf. Here's to Zeuf! Forever and Always in my heart. xo Heather Hudson Film/Edit: Heather Hudson, Graciegirl LLC Music: "The Cove" - Performed by Land N Sea. "Believe" Artwork: Jeannette Prince, Cardiff Town Cards Zeuf Hesson shares a message of hope with her loved ones and the world. Frame Grabs from Hope More, a short film by Heather Hudson.
Heather Hudson, film producer. Graciegirl LLCAbout the Filmmaker... Heather Hudson is a film producer living in Santa Barbara, California, where she is a community volunteer, a wife and mother of two sons. In 2007, she started her film production company, Graciegirl LLC, and created the groundbreaking documentary surf film, “The Women and the Waves,” with co-producer and mentor, Peck Euwer of Swell Pictures Inc., Santa Barbara. For 15 years Heather has supported and volunteered for "Heal the Ocean," a successful Santa Barbara-based non-profit citizen's action group committed to ending ocean pollution. In 2012, she was named to the Heal the Ocean Board of Directors where she heads up fundraising and events.
Thumbnail image for Heather Hudson's new short film, HopeAdditional Resources: Heather Hudson on Vimeo The Women and the Waves Cardiff Town Cards by Jeannette Prince Making Mavericks: The Memoir of a Surfing Legend - by Frosty Hesson 8 Women, 8 Days. Take 2.Additional Graciegirl Films Featuring Zeuf: 8 Women, 8 Days. Take 2 8 Women, 8 Days. A Lifetime of Memories. The Slideshow. HOPE. A Short Film by Heather Hudson
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Ornella Pellizzari stars in Marina Zawisza's new film, 3 Killas y un Kiwi. Photo by Marina Zawisza.

“3 Killas y un Kiwi” Premieres Friday, August 2, in Oceanside. Marina Zawisza’s Film Stars Sofia Mulanovich, Ornella Pellizzari, Simone Zea, and Paige Hareb.

3 Killas y un Kiwi - a Latin American surf film by Marina Zawisza  starring Sofia Mulanovich, Ornella Pellizzari, Simone Zea, and Paige Hareb. If you're in the Oceanside area Friday night, come check out Marina Zawisza's new surf film, "3 Killas y un Kiwi." The film stars Sofia Mulanovich (Peru), Ornella Pellizzari (Argentina), Simone Zea (Venezuela) and Paige Hareb (New Zealand) and is the first film to focus on Latin American female surfers. Shot on location in Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Panama, Puerto Rico, California, and Hawaii, 3 Killas y un Kiwi features stunning visuals and locations not normally seen in typical surf films. Surfers attending the Oceanside premiere include Sofia Mulanovich, Ornella Pellizzari, Paige Hareb, Anali Gomez, and Mimi Barona.
3 Killas y un Kiwi Premiere Details: Where: Linksoul Lab, 530 S. Coast Hwy, Oceanside, California When: Friday, August 2, 2013. Doors open at 7:30pm; Film starts at 8:30pm Cost: $10 donation includes free beer, juice, water, and a raffle ticket. For the raffle, we have one surfboard, hats, shorts, tees, DVD, 72 free t-shirt print from Psylo Graphics, and autographed artwork. All profits will be donated to Granito de Arena.

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Five Minutes with Filmmaker Hayley Gordon of Watch BY THE WAY on Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine.

Five Minutes with By The Way Filmmaker, Hayley Gordon
Presented by After giving a presentation at the San Diego Surf Ladies anniversary party about a year ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Hayley Gordon. We instantly got into an in-depth conversation about women's surfing, surf magazines, and films. After the party Hayley showed a small group of us a clip she had worked on while on a surf trip with her friends. Her creative editing immediately caught my eye and I asked her if we could run Adventures in Puerto Rico on Jettygirl. Since that first meeting, Hayley and I have surfed, shot photos, and discussed surf media on a number of occasions and it's been great getting to know her. As you all are aware by now, her most recent release, By The Way, is a smash hit and it is currently making its way around the surf film festival circuit. We caught up with Hayley the other day and asked her if she would mind doing a brief interview with Jettygirl. If you haven't had a chance to check out By The Way for yourself, click the play button above and enjoy! --Chris Jettygirl: According to Vimeo, By The Way has scored over 35,000 viewings and more are added every day. Did it surprise you how far and wide your film spread in such a short amount of time? Hayley Gordon: Yes, it was pretty surprising. I only posted it on Facebook and sent it to two blogs, and it went viral after that. I guess it shows that people want to see more girls surfing. It surprised me also since I kind of lose perspective after I edit a video for hours and hours - I literally can't tell if it's any good or if people will like it. So it's nice to have it validated. Jettygirl: Of all the segments in your film, which is your favorite and why? Hayley: I like "Carrot to a knife fight" because it was the most fun to put together. I let myself get a bit more creative with it without worrying too much about whether it was perfect or not. Plus it was just my friends having fun. It's funny because it has the least surfing in it, and the surfing is more fun oriented than performance oriented. It was the first time I was able to work with a lot of my "B Roll" footage and it was a nice change of pace. Hayley Gordon banks a nice turn in Oceanside, California. Surf photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl Online Surf Magazine. Jettygirl: With the release of By The Way, you’ve surely inspired other women to pick up a camera and make a short film. Is there any advice you could give them? Hayley: Just go for it and have patience. It takes a lot of patience to make a good edit I think, especially with surfing and the fickle conditions of weather and the ocean. Also, watch as many surf movies as you can so you can see what you like and don't like about how they are put together and edited. Jettygirl: Of all the surf movies you’ve ever seen, what are your three favorites and why? Hayley: Shelter. It was the first surf video I had ever seen, and it has this nostalgic quality for me. Plus I just really liked it. I like Thicker Than Water for the relaxed vibe it had, and the great music. And I love Modern Collective for the really creative filming, music, and editing. Jettygirl: By The Way will be screening at the San Diego Surf Film Festival in less than two weeks? What are your plans for the film after that? Hayley: The film is also going to show at the Honolulu surf film festival, and a few others are in the works but not confirmed. I'm just going to submit it to as many festivals as I can. Jettygirl: If money were no object and you could make a movie anywhere in the world, where would you like to go and which six or so surfers would you bring with you? Hayley: I have to pick just one place? I'd do a road trip to Scorpion Bay, a boat trip in the Maldives, and then bring everyone to my home breaks on Eastern Long Island, NY to surf a hurricane swell. I hate picking people in public because someone might feel left out, but I'd bring my friends who were featured in By The Way since they rip and the video wouldn't exist without them. Hayley Gordon, Filmmaker. Photo by Chris Grant, Jettygirl: Comments and reviews about By The Way range from the typical “these chicks rip!” to deeper themes of female empowerment. Was there any particular message you were trying to get across with the film? What is the best comment you’ve seen so far? Hayley: Haha, I think the best comment was some random comment I found in a Facebook group about keeping girls away from prostitution by looking up to the girls in the film as role models. It was really funny. But actually the best comments I read were the ones that said the movie made people want to go surf, or that it made their day. That made me feel really good. I really wasn't trying to promote any deeper meanings. I just wanted to make a good surf video. I also wanted to help show that there's a ton of talent out there from some girls that you might not have heard of in the mainstream surf media. Jettygirl: Any parting shout-outs or thoughts you’d like to share? Hayley: Haha, well, if anyone wants to support any of the above mentioned dream surf trips, we are accepting all donations 🙂 Photos: Chris Grant / Additional Resources: - films and images by Hayley Gordon Follow Hayley Gordon on Twitter San Diego Surf Film Festival San Diego Surf Ladies

3 Killas y Un Kiwi. A Marina Zawisza Film Starring Sofia Mulanovich, Ornella Pellizzari, Simone Zea & Paige Hareb. Film Trailer.

3 Killas y Un Kiwi from Marina Zawisza on Vimeo.

A Marina Zawisza Film - 3 Killas y Un Kiwi on Facebook 3 Killas y Un Kiwi is the first video of its kind, an introduction of Latin American female surfing to the world. Surfing world champion Sofia Mulanovich from Peru, Simone Zea from Venezuela, and Ornella Pellizzari from Argentina lead an army of shredders that carve their way through waves and life. Even though Sofia Mulanovich paved the way for Latin American girls, it is still a tough road to follow. Since most of the talent goes unnoticed we decided it was time to share their skills with the rest of the world. Latin America is not the only place were female surfing has not received the international recognition it deserves. Paige Hareb from New Zealand is one of the few women who surfs in her country, therefore we decided to add a little sweet and tasty flavor to our mix and invite a Kiwi to participate in this adventure. With their strength, talent and beauty these women will be a great inspiration to any young girl watching. Shot on great locations such as Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru, Panama, Puerto Rico, California and Hawaii the diversity of images is a gift to the eye. *** Es un video único, una introducción del surf femenino latinoamericano al mundo. Campeona mundial Sofia Mulanovich de Perú, Simone Zea de Venezuela y Ornella Pellizzari de Argentina guían a un ejercito de mujeres que dibujan sus vidas sobre miles de olas al rededor del planeta. Aún cuando Sofia abrió una buena vía para el resto de las latinas el camino a seguir no es nada fácil. Como la mayoría del talento en nuestros países pasa por desapercibido, nosotras decidimos que ya era el momento de compartir las habilidades de estas chicas con el resto del mundo. América Latina no es el único lugar que no recibe el reconocimiento internacional que se merece. Paige Hareb de Nueva Zelanda es una de las pocas mujeres que surfea en su país, por esta razón decidimos agregar un poquito de sabor extranjero a nuestro menjurje e invitamos a este kiwi a participar en nuestra aventura. Con su fuerza, talento y belleza estas mujeres se convierten en una inspiración para cualquier chica que las vea. Filmado en locaciones fantásticas como Mexico, Costa Rica, Perú, Panamá, Puerto Rico, California y Hawaii la diversidad de imagenes es un regalo para nuestros ojos. 3 Killas y Un Kiwi en Facebook

Film Trailer for OCEANIDES. A Surf Movie About Women and Oceans.

[youtube width="608" height="371" video_id="bdMw9HwGehY"] Directed by Lorène Carpentier | Presented by The Keep A Breast Foundation OCEANIDES is a poetic vision of surfers, nymphs, along Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Caribbean, Coral, and Tasmanian Seas... these places become the theatre of marine and submarine visions of light and life. Surfers: Margaux Arramon-Tucco, Rochelle Ballard, Jodie Barsby, Claire Bevilacqua, Hélène Chabeaud, Melissa Combo, Julie Cox, Lee Ann Curren, Leah Dawson, Pandora Decoster, Charlotte Hand, Rosie Locke, Kassia Meador, Coline Ménard, Candice O'Donnell, Jen Smith and friends. Film Tour Dates: July: France | October: California | November: Mexico & Hawaii For more information, photos and tour dates, please visit