||While Alby Falzon offered the Australian perspective during this time, Hal Jepsen focused on California and Hawaii. His 1969 movie, Cosmic Children, is a period classic. His follow-up, A Sea for Yourself, is smoother and better-founded. Jepsen's timing was good, as he often turned up on the biggest and best days of the year, and he never short-changed his audiences on hardcore surf action. In the earl 70's, Jepsen filmed Miki Dora at the POP pier and with the skateboarding revival in full swing Jepsen began to divide his time between the beach and near by streets, parks and empty swimming pools. He is recognized as the filmmaker who documented the Dog Town era of skateboarding.