A Great Surf Documentary is on the Horizon

    I’ve never surfed before, I’ve never lived near the ocean, heck I’m not even a great swimmer; but when I see people surfing, riding massive waves like a knife on butter, something swells inside of me that puts me alongside the dreamers. It’s the reason why I love surf movies and documentaries so much, and boy have I got a surf documentary for you!

    From creator, James Fazio, comes a must see documentary that follows a once in a lifetime surf trip for four teenage boys. Each boy carries a heartwarming story about their past, and how surfing brought each of them out of their struggles. Along the trip, the boys get the chance to take part in humanitarian efforts of building homes for families in need, and bringing fresh water.

    Fazio and his team have released several trailers and featurettes for the film, and are a must watch to get totally stoked for this surf flick. Support these independent filmmakers by watching the trailer, and passing along the video to your most tube-tacular mates.

    “Ever since I can remember, there’s been two things in my life that I’ve loved to do, and that’s surfing and helping others” – James Fazio

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