The Museum of British Surfing and Croyde Deckchair Cinema are proud to present an exclusive UK preview of the epic new Brit surf flick – The Endless Winter at 7.30pm on Sunday August 19th, 2012 at Croyde Village Hall.
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 talks to legends around the British coast, shows never before seen archive footage and highlights the current crews at some of Britain’s best surf breaks.
Admission by advance ticket only, on sale now priced £5 (cash only) at the Museum of British Surfing in Braunton between 10am and 4pm daily, with all proceeds going to our registered charity (1131433). Payment can also be made by bank transfer, call 01271 815155 for details. The first 38 tickets are deckchairs at the front, the rest are regular seats.
Written, directed and produced by Matt Crocker and James Dean at Level Films, the movie is described by Steve Barlotti at Surfer Magazine as: “Beautifully produced and entertaining. It celebrates the wonderfully eccentric British surf culture with deft skill and humour.” Both filmmakers will be there on the night, to make it a very special evening.
The Museum of British Surfing has helped in the production of the film, supplying archive film & photos, hooking the team up with contacts in the surfing world & assisting the script writing.
Follow Mark ‘Egor’ Harris and Mitch Corbett as they travel around Britain meeting surfing legends and discovering each region’s history. Their stories are told through interviews, archive footage and new animations. It is a film of the characters, heritage and uncompromising passion that make British surfing unique.
You’ll also be able to buy tickets on the night for our UK premier of Going Vertical – the story of the shortboard revolution in 1967 (Croyde Village Hall, Thursday August 30th 2012), and our exclusive charity preview of the new award-winning US film Boardroom – Legends of Surfboard Shaping (Croyde Village Hall, Saturday September 15th) which promises to be an amazing evening with special guest Bing Copeland talking live on stage before the film, plus a big prize raffle!