Surfing Videos

The Desert Hilton

Occy, Shane Dorian, Jack Robinson, Laura Enever, Shaun Manners, & Kai Hing head North by Northwest for one iconic trip.


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Born & Bred

This video from Michaela Sutherland, which is a profile on her surfer, photographer and surfing historian grandfather Mal Sutherland, won the best documentary award at the 2018 Bond University

Stephanie Gilmour: South Africa

Great video by Morgan Maassen of Steph Gilmour ripping it up at J Bay in July 2018.

Bill Wallace - Digital Story

Pioneer surfboard builder Bill Wallace RIP in conversation with Phil Jarratt

The Guero

A salty journey with Alessandro Ponzanelli searching for golden sunrise and endless right point breaks on the Baja California Peninsula.

Surfing Secret Spots in Tahiti

Koa Rothman and the crew exploring other waves around Tahiti.

Under The Weather: Surfing in NZ

Under The Weather is a surf film by Damon Meade. Shot entirely in New Zealand, it takes a journey from the far north to the deep south and many places in between and features Kiwi surfers Maz Quinn, Ricardo Christie, Bobby Hansen, Johnny Hicks, Luke Cederman, Billy Stairmand and friends.

Surfing Italy: Ale Ponzanelli

Italian stylist Alessandro Ponzanelli surfs a remote point break in the Mediterranean Sea.

Cult of Freedom: The Taj Part

Taj Burrow chased a swell to the Mentawais on a last minute whim and got the best HT’s and Macaronis he’d ever had. It was a solo mission, not a big team trip, no photo shoots, no schedule to adhere to, no expectations, just an old fashioned strike mission. Needless to say, TB nailed it. Watch and enjoy. Shot by Dave Fox. Edit by Matt Payne. Post by Rundfunk Media. Directed by Joe G. Soundtrack, "Slunk" by Smashing Pumpkins and "Summertime Rolls" by Janes Addiction

Made In Ireland - Part 2

In chapter two of Made In Ireland, you'll have a front row seat for one of the biggest days of the year at Mullaghmore and an inside look at the minds of the surfers who charge it.

Made in Ireland - Part 1

The Made In Ireland documentary (from Irish filmmaker Mikey Corker) brings us the true story of Irish surfing, from its beginnings with Barry Britton to its bright future with big wave chargers like Conor Maguire.