London Surf / Film Festival 2015

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London Surf / Film Festival 2015 Press Release

Submissions are now open until the 23rd August for the 2015 London Surf / Film Festival - a celebration of the very best in contemporary surf culture.

"2015 marks the 5th Edition of the London Surf / Film Festival and we’re stoked to invite independent filmmakers from across the globe to submit their films for consideration for this year’s festival programme,” says LS/FF Director Chris Nelson. “Surf culture is wide open to creative interpretation and we welcome films that explore all aspects and angles of surfing, through the genres. There is a great tradition of story telling within surfing and as always our focus is on those films that shine a new light on our culture whether through narrative, cinematography, soundtracks or surfing.”

Left to right: Chris Nelson, Peter Hamblin, Tim Baker, Chris McClean, Mikey Corker, Ed Temperley, Archie The Grom at last year's festival

Left to right: Chris Nelson, Peter Hamblin, Tim Baker, Chris McClean, Mikey Corker, Ed Temperley, Archie The Grom at last year's festival

Selected features will be premiered across the capital this Autumn in a showcase of the very best in British and international surfing. “Over the last 5 years we’ve been lucky enough to have worked with some of the most exciting and relevant surf filmmakers to bring to the UK outstanding independent filmmaking from both leading lights and emerging talents, premiering hotly anticipated films as well as underground hits,” says Chris. “We’re already stoked on the prospect of what’s to come for London Surf / Film Festival 2015.

Features will be considered by the screening panel comprised of experts from within the worlds of surfing, filmmaking and media for prestigious awards including: Best Film, Best Documentary, Best Cinematography, Best Soundtrack, Yeeeew! Factor, Spirit of the Festival and will be eligible for the Viewer’s Choice, as voted for by the knowledgeable London Surf / Film Festival audience.

Alongside a curated line up of screenings, LS/FF will be hosting the popular Q+A sessions, conversations and workshops with directors, producers and waveriders of note, allowing the audience to get closer to the action and meet the legends off screen and surf as well a packed programme of exciting happenings around the festival.

For more information about the festival please head to the LS/FF website HERE.