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Seaworthy (2008)

NR 1 hour  15 minutes Surfing
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Seaworthy is the long awaited second offering from independent filmmaker Nathan Oldfield, the maker of the highly regarded and award winning underground surf film Lines from a Poem.

Tom Wegener, Beau Young, Dave Rastovich

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Synopsis Seaworthy is the long awaited second offering from independent filmmaker Nathan Oldfield, the maker of the highly regarded and award winning underground surf film Lines from a Poem.

Nearly three years in the making, Seaworthy documents a variety of individuals and the different ways that they approach wave riding.

The film presents a left of center look at the diversity in surfing, including the riding of alaias, olos, singlefins, twins, thrusters, quads, fish, logs, toothpicks, surfmats, and body surfing.

It's a unique, intimate and timeless perspective of surfing, surfers and the environment in which they live and find their being.

Beautifully shot and artistically constructed, Seaworthy features Tom Wegener, Beau Young, Dave Rastovich, Alex Knost, Dane Peterson, Belinda Baggs-Peterson, Sage Joske, Heath Joske, CJ Nelson, Heydon Bunting, Matt Chojnacki, Carl Gonsalves, Sean Finnelley and others.

The film is complimented by an ecletic and engaging soundtrack that includes the work of Aloyisus Gallen, Jack Ladder, Mike McCarthy, Charge Group, Isaac de Heer, Postcards Kaleido, Purplene, Shaun Rust, Tracey Read, PJ Wolf, Kristoffer Paulsen, II, Natural Calamity, M Carney, Brendan Berlach and Word Salad.
Genres Surfing Documentaries, Shortboarding, Longboarding
Athletes Tom Wegener, Beau Young, Dave Rastovich, Alex Knost, Dane Peterson, Belinda Baggs-Peterson, Sage Joske, Heath Joske, CJ Nelson, Heydon Bunting, Matt Chojnacki, Carl Gonsalves, Sean Finnelley
Director Nathan Oldfield
Studio Freefilms Productions
Rating not rated
Running Time 1 hour  15 minutes
Audio Language English | Stereo
Streaming Resolution SD | 640x480
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