"The Endless Winter" Exclusive Advance Screening on Sunday in Croyde

The Museum of British Surfing will be showing an exclusive advance screening of "The Endless Winter - A Very British Surf Movie" this Sunday, 19th August at 7.30pm. I'm gutted because I've been looking forward to this film and I'll be away in Yorkshire. Bah! But if you're not then I'd grab tickets as soon as possible to get to see what promises to be a super-duper British surf movie!

Be the first to see this documentary exploring our surf heritage on the big screen, before it goes on a full tour later this summer. The film follows Mark Harris and Mitch Corbett travelling the length of Britain, visiting significant surf breaks, chatting with locals and key characters in the British surf scene and then telling the story using filmed footage, interviews, archive material and animation. From the clips available online it looks very well produced, done with great attention to detail and a viewing necessity for anyone even slightly interested in surfing on these shores.

The film nights that the Museum of British Surfing is putting on regularly, in collaboration with the Croyde Deckchair Cinema are good fun: a great way to watch interesting surf films and support the Museum of British Surfing at the same time. A super evening out for visitors, as well as us local salty-types, so get down to the Museum in Braunton and pick up your tickets. Watch out for two other film nights coming up very soon as well: "Going Vertical" on August 30th and "Boardroom" on September 15th (with Bing Copeland in attendance no less!).


Popular Posts