New York Surf Film Festival 2012
September 18, 2012

Just when you thought East Coast surfers couldn’t have it any better this year, The New York Surf Film Festival comes to town. The festival showcases surfing’s newest productions from every corner of the sport, in the iconic indie Brooklyn venue of Nitehawk Cinemas September 19-20.

During a year where we witnessed more big-waves, aerial progression, and even shark attacks in decades, the 2012 showcase is a must for anyone in the New York area this week. Check out for more

Dear Suburbia: The latest What Youth production from absurd surfers like Dane Reynolds, Craig Anderson, and Chippa Wilson.  Kai Neville did it again, making us all feel like terrible surfers and slaves to society. If you miss the show, get Dear Suburbia at SWELL.
Showtime: 10:45p 9/20

Here and Now: Shot in a single day by 25 filmmakers around the world, this Taylor Steele project shows every surfer’s strategy to scoring. If you miss this magical day in the life of Slater and more, you can buy it Here & Now.

The Africa Project: An intense journey through Morrocco, Senegal, Namibia, a new discovery on the diamond coast, the giant waves off the Western Cape, the Jordy Smith’s incredible rise to the world stage. Showtime: 10:35 9/19