MICKEY Smith, Tom Lowe and Fergal Smith have managed to portray the burgeoning big wave Irish surf scene in powerfully empathetic fashion. You can almost feel the driving rain and the shudder of 20ft slabs exploding on the cliffs underneath your feet. After watching the movie it is impossible not to feel like you have an insight into the characters - their very minds and you almost feel a bit like a friend. Genuine enthusiasm and passion is as hard to portray on film, as it is to write about. Credit has to go to Relentless and Carve for facilitating this stand-out production.
Behind the scenes with the legendary big wave surfers Grant Baker and Greg Long
Check out all the bonus features here - well worth a watch.
Big barrels and big drops at one of Chile's premier big waves spots
Swiss surfers make the most of their environment and shred this powerful wave caused by a flooding river.
The first instalment of the Definition series takes a closer look at Californian Photographer Chris Burkard
Skeet Durham nails a huge drop at Nias and is rewarded with a deep tube which he comes flying out of arms akimbo.
Noa Deane and Shane Fletcher brings us this clip equipped with fast tunes and weird editing