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If Bruce Brown & Wes Anderson Made a Surf Film

If Bruce Brown and Wes Anderson got together and made a surf film, this is what it would look like. The dreamy haze and snappy visuals make Mark Tesi and Russell Brownley’s 22-minute film “De Passage” worth every second of your time. The film—shot on location in Tahiti, South Africa, Australia, Indonesia, and Bali—leaves no stones left unturned in the quest for beautiful surf imagery.

One wave after another, big name surfers like Shane Dorian, Mikala Jones, Rob Machado, Tia Blanco, and Alana Blanchard deliver 22 minutes of ridiculously awesome surfing. "De Passage" has a great soundtrack, to boot.

Now on Vimeo in all of its HD glory, the super-detailed slo-mo shots will leave you reaching for your wetsuit and frantically searching for the nearest swells. Get watchin’!

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Kai Lenny Gets Wrecked at Nazare
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Kai Lenny Gets Wrecked at Nazare

Kai Lenny Gets Wrecked at Nazare

We’ve seen just how big the waves at Nazarè got this year. Even though the beach has banned surfing for the year, we’re still getting footage from those that made the trek to surf some of the world’s biggest waves. But not all rides go well. In this POV video from Kai Lenny, he loses his board while getting towed out by a jet-ski. Nazarè's waves look huge with someone surfing them, but they look even bigger from Kai’s perspective down in the water. Luckily he’s rescued by a jet ski quickly,

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‘Girls Can’t Surf’: How a Bunch of Badass Women Changed Surfing
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‘Girls Can’t Surf’: How a Bunch of Badass Women Changed Surfing

‘Girls Can’t Surf’: How a Bunch of Badass Women Changed Surfing

These days it’s pretty darn obvious that ladies shred just as hard as the guys–but it hasn’t always been that way. In the 1980s, the pro surfing world tried to push women out completely. By cancelling their event and only dolling out half as much prize money as they did for men, things were not looking good for the gals. tells the story of a group of female surfers who took the surf world by storm in order to achieve equality in a heavily male dominated sport. The film profiles Jodie Cooper,

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Nazaré Temporarily Bans Surfers
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Nazaré Temporarily Bans Surfers

Nazaré Temporarily Bans Surfers

The massive swells at Nazaré are what surfers prepare for all summer, and just a couple weeks ago, the waves provided. But the spectacle of watching surfers like Nic Von Rupp ride these legendary barrels also brought massive crowds to the beach. An estimated 20,000 people gathered to watch the show. As a result, Portuguese officials banned surfers from the beach in order to prevent the gathering of large crowds and the spread of COVID-19. In the latest video in his web series, Von Rupp