It shows surfing footage from different locations like... See full summary » Directors: Jack Johnson, Chris Malloy, Emmett Malloy | Stars: Raimana Boucher, Saxon Boucher, Timmy Curran, Shane Dorian. At it core, this is the story of Michal Oblowitz’s documentary on the discovery of G-Land (a now world famous surf spot) and the drug smuggling culture that, for better or worse, built the surf industry as a group of surfers/smugglers discovered countess Indonesian surf spots throughout the 70s and 80s. It’s known as one of the finest surf documentaries around, boasting some of the very first footage of pioneering surfers riding the now famous waves of Uluwatu in Bali’s southern coastline, which effectively put the country on the map as a destination for surfers the world over. Luckily for surf fans with tight purse strings and a penchant for the perilous, this is the only one from our list that is entirely free to watch. Narrated by ‘Bong riders Dylan Longbottom and Laurie Towner, the film follows the pair from the moment they first spot the historic blob on the chart to their final waves of the swell. Fed up with teenage life in the suburbs, Jaimal Yogis ran off to Hawaii with little more than a copy of Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha and enough cash for a surfboard. A still image from Vans' "Breaking Boundaries: A Surfboard Drive for Trinidad & Tobago" documentary. Why do these winters matter? Saltwater Buddha | Coming of Age Surf Documentary - YouTube Post. Koby has mostly kept his head down in the intervening years, charging big waves and cruising with his family in Bali. Vans said Dennis became aware of surfing’s value in their lives and how it provided them with educational, recreational and even aspirational opportunities. This is the original proof of concept for the surf music documentary titled "Sound of the Surf", Jan. 2008. Rescue teams, jet skis and pro surfers had to prepare themselves for big Mullaghmore Head surfing days. Waves are a dynamic force that is often created in open ocean thousands of miles away from the shore and breaks near the coastline. This is technically much more a film about skateboarding than surfing- or rather a little history lesson on how one came of the other. The film charts the ascent of the Moment Generation through an expertly cut collage of largely unseen archive footage, shot by Taylor Steele in the early nineties, alongside snippets of supremely in-depth interviews with the likes of Kelly Slater, Ross Williams, Rob Machado and more. According to Vans, “Breaking Boundaries” is a story about connection “within the global surf community and humanity as a whole” and a hope that more socially beneficial initiatives will come of this. Sitting, in many ways, at the complete opposite end of the surfing spectrum to the joy-filled Endless Summer, Busting Down The Door exposes the far grittier side of late 20th-century surfing. “It’s more than surfboards, and it’s more than a board drive to us,” Dennis said in a statement. SURFING FOR LIFE, a vibrant and award-winning one-hour documentary about inspiring well-spent lives, offers a totally fresh look at successful aging. Come for the excellent archive footage of MR and the boys charging on leashless single fins, and stay for the decade-old John John Florence cameo.