North Shore Film Festival Dec. 3-5

North Shore Surf Film Festival; Big Wave Cinema Coming To The North Shore Of Hawaii 2010

November 2010: Haleiwa, Hawaii – Big Waves are coming to the Big Screen as the North Shore Surf Film Festival makes plans for three nights of film during the big-wave winter surf season. Mokuleia Polo Field will host the festivities, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Waianae mountain range. The Festival will be held on December 3rd, 4th and 5th, with feature and short films, DJ and live music on Sunday Night with Titus Kinimaka and the Kauai Boys.

The North Shore Surf Film Festival will open gates at 5 pm on Friday. There will be food and drinks available to the public along with a VIP

The late great Andy Irons in High 5.

The late great Andy Irons in High 5.

Reception from 5:30 to 6:30 pm (VIP includes; food, drinks, preferred seating and preferred parking). On Saturday and Sunday the gates will open at 3:30 pm with an exciting Polo Exhibition beginning at 4 pm featuring Pro Surfer Jaime Sterling and many outstanding Polo Players. During the Festival each evening will screen two feature surf films and selections of short films many of these major award winners and Hawaii premieres.

On Friday Opening Night the Festival begins with the North Shore Premieres of Scratching the Surface, staring Julian Wilson the Australian surfer they say is destined to be the next Kelly Slater. Directed by Matt Beauchesne and produced by the Iron Brothers this film just won Best Surf Film at the California Surf Festival recently. Who Is JOB? Jamie and Mick O’Brien will be on hand to say a few words about this meaningful project.

Big Wave Night is Saturday Night with the most powerful waves of its past years epic El Nino season. Featuring waves of Peahi and Maverick in the Hawaii Premier of SuperNatural by Powerline Production and Big wave Surfer Derek Dunfee’s Down With The Ship. Dunfee a Big Wave rider broke his leg in 2008 and made a comeback in 2009 he ended up winning the Billabong XXL Award. The most talked about surf film out this year in its Hawaii Premiere is Sea Of Darkness. The story of Maui’s Mike Boyum and the start of the first known surf camp Gland. These adventure surfers traveled the south seas of Indo where their lives became caught up in a dark life of smuggling. Directed by Michael Oblowitz with Greg Noll, Bob McKnight, Bruce Raymond, Jeff Hackman, Martin Daly and This film has won at nine festivals so far and is up for a Surfer Poll Award.

Coming on Sunday December 5th In honor of Kauai born and legendary surfer Andy Irons, the Festival will premier the Hawaii Premiere of High 5 and the award winning Fly In The Champagne. Transworld SURF‘s latest and greatest new film High 5, is Directed by Chris Cote who is the Editor at TWS Magazine. This is the first interactive surf flick with a great sequence of Andy Irons. Fly In The Champagne Directed by Matt Beauchesne shares the great rivalry, deep respect and friendship of Andy Irons and Kelly Slater. A never seen footage of the Shorebreak tube rider by Andy at last year’s Eddie contest will be shown as well as Andy’s I Surf Because short from Billabong. Special guests will be on hand as well a live musical set from musician and waterman and Titus Kinimaka and the Kauai Boys. This evening is to celebrate a World Champion whose life was taken from us too soon. Rest In Peace A.I.

Funds raised will go to support the Mauli Ola Foundation, North Shore Lifeguard Association, Rell Sunn Bronze Memorial and Hawaii-Polo, Mokuleia. On Sunday morning the Mauli Ola Foundation will have its Hawaii Cystic Fibrosis Surf Experience Day, starting at 9 am to 12 pm, at the beach in front of the Mokuleia Polo Field. For more information please visit: www.mauliolafoundation.org

Tickets are $20 for each evening or consider the All Access VIP Gold Pass for all three nights for only $150. VIP includes food, drinks, preferred seating and parking. Or there is a Silver pass for your choice of two nights for $100 and a Bronze Pass for one night at $60. Mokuleia Polo Fields are located at is 68-411 Farrington Hwy, Waialua, Ha 96791 www.hawaii-polo.org . Tickets on sale at HIC (Hawaiian Island Creations) Surf Haleiwa 66-224 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI 96712, 808 637 0991, and Waikiki HIC, 298 Beachwalk Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815 or call at 808 923 0442 Website: HICSURF.COM . North Shore Surf Film Festival information: northshoresurffilmfestival@gmail.com Tel: (808) 637-3139 Find us on Face Book at NORTH SHORE SURF FILM FESTIVAL

The North Shore of Oahu remains the world class premiere surf destination and is considered a surfer paradise. This Festival would like to thank the sponsors who without their support our event would not be possible; The Vans Triple Crown of Surfing, Barefoot Wine, Kona Brewery, Smartwater, TransWorld SURF, Surfline, Rip Curl, Billabong, Red Bull, Volcum, Hawaiian Island Creations, EmergenC, Rainbow Sandals VAS, Da Hui, FUEL TV, Mokuleia Polo Fields, Produced by Midnight Productions Hawaii and Cinema Paradisio. Executive Producer, Pipe Bomb Productions Inc. Mahalo for your support!