Save The Waves Film Festival In SF

Save The Waves
Save The Waves Film Festival coming soon on Friday, November 4:

San Francisco, California – Tickets to Save The Waves Film Festival are now
available for purchase online at www.savethewaves.org/filmfestival . This
unique film festival begins at 6pm on Friday, November 4, 2011 at the
historic Victoria Theatre in San Francisco, California. Now in its third
year in a row, Save The Waves Film Festival is a non-profit fundraiser and
proceeds benefit the local “Save Sloat” and World Surfing Reserves programs
of Save The Waves Coalition.

Save The Waves Film Festival is a one-night, cutting-edge film festival
event featuring documentary surf films, activists, athletes and artists who
champion the human and environmental elements of surfing and ocean
conservation. The film festival celebrates the distinct experience of wave
riding informed by a deep commitment to our healthy yet fragile ocean
environment.

San Francisco band My Peoples will open the night with a live set of music
at 6pm and films will begin at 7pm, with a collection of surfing and
documentary films, including a special director’s cut of local film “Great
Highway” – a rare look at the history and legend of surfing at Ocean Beach
in San Francisco. Save The Waves Film Festival also features the San
Francisco premiere of “Come Hell or High Water” by director Keith Malloy, a
new short film by director Cyrus Sutton, and a new film by award-winning
surfer-environmentalist Kyle Thiermann. The film festival will have a cash
bar and live raffle of products including a surfboard, wetsuit, outdoor gear
and more.

Save The Waves Film Festival is proudly presented by Clif Bar, Patagonia,
Jim Beam, and the Rip Curl Pro Search “Somewhere in San Francisco.” Save The
Waves Film Festival is also supported by Zola Acai, Pacifico, Hog Island
Oyster Company, 7×7 Magazine, Ocean Vodka, Peligroso Tequila, My Peoples,
TransWorld Surf, and San Franpsycho.

Get your tickets now! This event is 21 and over only, please bring
identification to be checked at the door. Ticketing and all event details
can be found at www.savethewaves.org/filmfestival