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Festival of Film Brings Worldly Waves to Shore

Festival of Film Brings Worldly Waves to Shore



What: Quicksilver Australian Surf Movie Tour - Take 2
Where: Newcastle Panthers
When: Saturday January 10, 2004

FOLLOWING the success of the first national QUIKSILVER AUSTRALIAN SURF MOVIE FESTIVAL earlier this year, filmmaker TIM BONYTHON has announced a new round of dates for December and January.

The QUIKSILVER AUSTRALIAN SURF MOVIE FESTIVAL - TAKE 2 will feature brand new footage filmed from around the world and some of the biggest waves surfed this year.

The movie festival kicks off in Adelaide next month and will take in coastal towns around the country, including Newcastle.

Films include Surfing's Greatest Day, Quiksilver Crossing, Indonesia with Timmy Turner & Friends, WCT World Title Race and Back Wheels, as well as previews of the forthcoming film Circle One .

Bonython has pulled together a collection of timeless surf flicks created especially for the big screen.

Audiences can expect to see surfers such as COREY LOPEZ, RAIMANA VON BASTOLEAR, VETEA DAVID, STYDER WASILEWSKI, JOEL FITZGERALD and MALIK JOYEUX tackle 30-foot waves in Surfing's Greatest Day.

Quiksilver Crossing travels to North Africa while Timmy Turner & Friends travels deep into Indonesia in search of the perfect wave.

The festival will also feature footage from this year's WCT World Title Race featuring the likes of ANDY IRONS, TAJ BURROW, JOEL PARKINSON, MICK FANNING and KELLY SLATER.

It will also feature previews of Quiksilver's new film by JOSH WILLIAMS called Circle One and the new film by DANNY WILLS and CRAIG WARTON , new film Back Wheels .

As well as the films, the festival will feature door prizes, giveaways and special guests.

Catch the Quiksilver Australian Surf Movie Festival Take 2 when it appears at CLUBNOVA PANTHERS NEWCASTLE PANTHERS on January 10.

Tickets are available from www.volatile.com.au or at the door for $15 for adults, $10 for children under 15 or $40 for a family pass.



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