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Ritratti di Surf (2013)

NR HD 1 hour  8 minutes Surfing
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Ritratti di Surf is a film about surfers, shapers, artists and other characters connected to the Italian surf culture. The film was shot between 2011 and 2013 by the authors of Onde Nostre, the first italian surf movie shot in 16mm film, which has been selected by numerous international film festivals.

Alessandro Ponzanelli, David Pecchi, Oliver Parker

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Synopsis Ritratti di Surf is a film about surfers, shapers, artists and other characters connected to the Italian surf culture.

"Can you surf in Italy?" is one of the questions that local Italian surfers are more often asked. Ritratti di Surf (Surf Portraits) is a movie that try to give an answer to that question through interviews with some characters of the Italian surf scene such as: Alessandro Ponzanelli, 4 times Italian Longboarding Champion; David Pecchi, underground hero of Tuscan surf; Oliver Parker, longboard rising star and friend of Onde Nostre, who lived in Florence and often visits Italy; Ricky Brotini, surfer and artist, born in Tuscany with California in his soul; Amanda Chinchelli, Elisabetta Dal Bello and Natalia Resmini, three friends separated by life but united by their love of surfing and tales of trips and adventures of Italian surfers in their constant search for waves from Sardinia to Africa and California.

The film was shot between 2011 and 2013 by the makers of Onde Nostre, the first Italian surf movie shot in 16mm film, which has been selected by numerous international film festivals.
Genres Surfing Documentaries, Foreign Surf Films
Athletes Alessandro Ponzanelli, David Pecchi, Oliver Parker, Ricky Brotini, Amanda Chinchelli, Elisabetta Dal Bello, Natalia Resmini
Director Luca Merli
Studio Block 10 Productions
Rating not rated
Running Time 1 hour  8 minutes
Audio Language English | Stereo
Streaming Resolution HD | 1280x720
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