Surf's up on this annual cinematic celebration of wave riding culture
New York Surf Film FestivalNitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Avenue, New York, NY) Map it $12
Surf's up at the annual film event that celebrates the highs, lows, and numerous faces of wave riding. For its sixth edition, the Surf Film Festival has been condensed to one action-packed night. Over the course of the evening, 11 shorts and six features, including the world premiere of the surfer-produced Intersection: Black; Karl Lear's Waverider; and John Beattie's film about the Long Island surf community, A Hundred Miles to the End, roll through the theaters followed by Q&As with the filmmakers. Also part of the night's entertainment is a Fiat powered Urban Surf Party, where attendees can grab a pair of wireless headphones and chill out to some beach-inspired tunes.