The Museum of British Surfing is proud to be hosting the legendary Australian filmmaker Jack McCoy for two exclusive evenings in North Devon later this month, raising funds for our registered charity.
On Tuesday June 26th 2012 we’ll be at Croyde Village Hall showing Jack’s stunning new film ‘A Deeper Shade of Blue’, plus a live interview with the man himself. There will also be a raffle with some top prizes, and the night is being sponsored by our fabulous friends at the Croyde Deckchair Cinema – the first 38 tickets sold will get deckchairs at the front of the hall.
Tickets are on sale now at the Museum of British Surfing in Braunton (11am – 5pm Tuesday to Sunday) and are £5 for adults and £3.50 for under 16s and concessions. Doors open at 7.30pm and the event starts at 8pm sharp!
“This is not a surf movie, it is a film about surfing’s deepest roots: in the subconscious; in ancient lore; in the craft of surfboard building; in man’s perpetual quest for a joyful relationship with the natural world. In eleven interwoven chapters, today’s leading surfers are linked to those who came before, for a deeper appreciation of what it means to be a surfer and the soulful underlying power of modern surf culture,” says Jack. “This is a big picture of a memorable story, beautifully told. It is a film about feeling good to be alive… and it will make you feel good.”
On Wednesday June 27th 2012 from 6.30pm there’s a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with Jack McCoy in a very special film masterclass on site at the Museum of British Surfing, located in the main Caen Street car park in Braunton.
This is strictly limited to just 50 places and is a once in a lifetime opportunity to talk to one of the masters in his field – an absolute must if you’re into film making or photography. Tickets are priced £5 and are on sale now at the surfing museum in Braunton – the price includes a chance to visit the museum and includes a Gift Aid donation to our charity.
Please note – advance tickets and cash only.