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Josh Kerr’s LIGHT

Lensman extraordinaire Matt Kleiner has been shadowing Josh Kerr for the better part of a year now, working on a biopic film project which focuses on the Australian ripper. Josh is currently sitting at number one in the World Rankings, having seemingly found his competitive stride after a couple of seasons in limbo. Kerr now resides in Southern California, and Kleiner cut this short film from some leftover clips of rippable surf in San Diego. Enjoy, Light:

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Salina Cruz Standoff

For decades a few lucky ex-pats have been steadily trickling south from nearby Puerto Escondido to a quiet fishing village in Oaxaca, understandably tight-lipped about the hidden perfection stacked up along a set of sand-bottom points. Then, in 2006, a Rip Curl Search event scored what has been called the best contest-surf ever seen, and overnight the whispers and murmurs began. The secret was out, and surfers flooded the area, treading the fine line between exposure and exploitation with..

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The Mad Ones: Mark Landvik in Alaska

It seems like everybody besides us made it to Alaska for some fresh turns this winter. In Liam Gallagher's latest edit of The Mad Ones, they cruise back to Mark Landvik's hometown of Juneau, Alaska. The thing about returning to a small town as a pro snowboarder is that everyone freaks out when you're back. Listen as a local reporter asks Mark a few questions, and enjoy some scenes from the great AK.

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California’s Changing Surfscape

The further we tread toward technological improvement, the further we stray from the natural order of things. This is the basic theme explored in a new short film from gotsurf.ca, entitled, California-Seeking for a New Port. Through interviews with a handful of insightful characters in California's surf community, director Marc-Andre Laurin chose to examine California as the ideal microcosm of both human and environmental diversity. As Laurin explains, "It's the perfect confrontation..

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Nick Rozsa: Call it a Comeback

Here is the final episode of filmer Chris Papaleo and surfer Nick Rozsa's Homegrown Project. As far as projects go, you'd have to stamp this one as a staggering success.Four months ago Rozsa was a burnt out former surf star with a new baby and a career working construction to look forward to. Then a call from his longtime friend and filmer, Chris Papaleo, began Nick's rise to success. Each episode of their web series gained momentum for the project, earning twitter-praise and a..

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The Mad Ones: Some Super 8

When we reflect back on a season of snowboarding, we tend to get a warm, fuzzy feeling inside. The memories of soft powder turns, good times with friends, and full days on the mountain are what get us through the slow months of summer. Liam Gallagher just dropped the most recent edit of The Mad Ones, and it gives off that warm, fuzzy feeling while watching. The edit is yet another unique clip that captures excellent powder riding-- this time in Montafon, Austria featuring Forest..

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Action Sports Film Festival Releases 2012 Lineup and Schedule

The Action Sports Film Festival series will take center stage during the 13th Annual Newport Beach Film Festival April 26- May 3. The series will feature five film debuts including Decade of Dominance, H2indO, and Hicks on Sticks.The Newport film has emerged as a benchmark for filmmakers to have their films shown as Orange County is the epicenter for the Industry.The Action Sports Film Series offers filmgoers an opportunity to experience breathtaking cinematography on the..

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Craziest Big-Wave Surfing Wipeouts of the Year

Each year, the world's elite big-wave surfers set out to catch one amazing wave for a shot at Billabong's Ride of the Year Award and a $50,000 prize. What the surfers nominated for the 2012 Verizon Wipeout Award ended up with were less graceful, equally spectacular dismounts in some of this year's most life-threatening surf.It's rare that "almost" counts as a notable achievement in the sporting world. But when "almost" takes place in some of the biggest waves of the year,..

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Isenseven Drops “Fool’s Gold” Teaser

With no soft powder or freshly groomed parks to taunt us, snowboard crews and filmers can get down to business and start editing their footage from the entire season signaling a different time of year: teaser season. We now prepare for the flood gates to open for the overload of snowboard movie trailers to hit the internet. One crew that never fails to show up with a killer edit, Isenseven, has released the full teaser for their 2012 feature film, Fool's Gold. This production..

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