Surf's up on this annual cinematic celebration of wave riding culture
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.