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July 17, 2012
Surf Movie Sundays at Sole East
Through September 15, Sole East presents "Surf Movie Sundays" every week, weather permitting.
Attendance at the films, which will be shown outdoors after dark, is free and open to the public. The Backyard Restaurant will host an all-you-can-eat pre-screening barbeque at 7:00 p.m. for $25 per person, which includes one complimentary beer or glass of wine. The schedule is as follows:
July 22: "Single Fin Yellow" (2005) - "Single Fin Yellow" tells the story of a 9'6" surfboard's life as it travels the globe shared by a group of friends. With Beau Young, David Kinoshita, Daize Shayne, Devon Howard, and Bonga Perkins.
July 29: "Blue Horizon" (2004) - The world's most renowned surfing cinematographer, Jack McCoy, spends two years following two of the world's greatest surfers: Andy Irons, a highly competitive and driven surfer, set on beating Kelly Slater and winning the world title, and Dave "Rasta" Rastovich, a free surfer who is more about the soul of surfing.
August 5: "A Brokedown Melody" (2004) - "A Brokedown Melody" explores the times, travels and experiences of a tribe of surfers who search for the spark of life and look to pass it on to the younger generation. The film follows swell through South America, Polynesia and Jamaica documenting the surfing and times of Kelly Slater, Jack Johnson, Gerry Lopez, Rob Machado and the Malloys.
August 12: "September Sessions" (The September Sessions: The Tomorrowland Story Brought To Life In Brilliant 16mm Film) (2002) - In late September 1999, six-time world surfing champion Kelly Slater brought his buddy Jack Johnson along for a getaway to the islands off Sumatra to document the greatest crew of surfers ever assembled for a surfing retreat. With Shane Dorian, Luke Egan, Brad Gerlach, Rob Machado and Ross Williams.
August 19: "Glass Love" (2004) - Featured in Andrew Kdiman's "Glass Love" are some of the most important surfers of the last thirty years including Tom and Pat Curren, Wayne Lynch, MP, Rabbit, Skip Frye, Oscar Wright and Derek Hynd. Kidman embodies a time when surfing was all about getting back to nature and enjoying the ocean in a more spiritual sense rather than the hi-octane, corporate-sponsored world surfing has become.
August 26: "The Free Way" (2004) - Join Rasta, Margo, Donavon Frankenreiter, Andy Irons, Dylan Longbottom and more on a journey of discovery and freedom. Escape the chaos and intensity of city life, to a place where the awesome power of nature can be felt all around. Meaningful music and stunning imagery are combined with one of the most free flowing, poetic sports of all...surfing.
September 2: "In God's Hands" (1998) - "In God's Hands" is the story of big wave riders that go all over the globe searching to ride bigger and bigger waves. The story mostly follows Shane Dorian and his obsession with surfing.
The Backyard Restaurant