cameramen Eric W. Nelson and Curt Myers have reached
a new level of surf-stoke with their latest movie, Down
the Line, an inside look at the epic surf that rocked
Hawaii, Nor-Cal and other locations last winter. The
journey starts at Peahi, the fearsome break on Maui,
documenting surfers riding 60-foot waves. On that same
day, a prestigious surf contest is called at Waimea
Bay forcing surfers to make a difficult decision, surf
the waves of a life-time or wait for the once in a life-time
invite to the Eddie Aikau surf contest on Oahu. The
film also includes a trip to Chile with surfers immersing
themselves in the culture and customs as they seek some
of the best waves Chile has to offer. Featuring footage
of the annual contest at Mavericks, season highlights
and Nor-Cal's newest big-wave break, the ominously named
'Ghost Tree' where surfers find themselves in an arena
where every wave is a near-death experience. Included
in this mind-blowing documentary is stunning time-lapse
photography and the latest cutting-edge graphics by
Chris Wilson of Wilson Productions.
Music by: Adam Freeland, Red Whyte, Butterfly
Effect, Decoder Ring, Paul Kearney, Katalyst, Pre-Shrunk,
Clotaire, Inked Factor, Nora Drenalin, Volatile, Not
For You, Switchkicker, Strength in Numbers, Erther and
Live, Love, Regret.
Peter Mel, Carlos Burle, Rodrigo Resende, Danilo Cuoto,
Noah Johnson, RCJ, Flea, Josh Loya, Matt Ambrose, Shawn
Rhodes, Anthony Tashnick, Ryan Augustine, Zac Wormhoudt,
Don Curry, Garrett McNamara, Ikaika and the Smith Bros.
Tyler & Russel.
Eric W. Nelson & Curt Myers.
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