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O'Neill Sydney Surf Film Festival - Manly Second Night


Fri 30 Jan 2015, 6:30pm–11:00pm

Where: International College of Management, 151 Darley Road, Manly, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Full Night Pass - General Admission: $38.00
  • Additional fees may apply

The O'Neill Sydney Surf Film Festival presents the second night of screenings in Manly. Feature films are accompanied by a selection of the best short films from the film competition. We have a great lineup for our opening night! So come on down for a full night of surf cinema at ICMS on the hill overlooking Manly Beach.

Tickets: $38 for the Full Night Pass and includes 2 complimentary drinks and nibbles.

Film Schedule:
Session 1 - 6:30pm
Shorts: The Involvment Dream (Australia)
Feature: Tierra de Patagones (Argentina)
8pm - Intermission

Session 2 - 8:30pm
Shorts: Chicken Soup (Australia)
Feature: The Old, The Young and The Sea (Austria)
O'Neill Sydney Surf Film Festival, proudly supported by Corona and Destination NSW

Film Descriptions:
Tierra De Patagones (Argentina)
Director/Producer: Julian Azulay & Joaquin Azulay
The gauchos del mar pursue their goal of surfing at one of the southernmost areas of the world: Staten Island. They travel with a truck and live in a tent across the Argentinean and Chilean Patagonia during six months, where they share their experiences with native people and get to know their jobs, which are different from those that exist in cities, they show the endemic flora and fauna, and fight against the harsh weather conditions to reach Ushuaia. There, they get onto a boat and sail through the Beagle Channel, across the Straight of Le Maire, which is one of the most dangerous seas in the world, to get to the uninhabited island.
Film Trailer:

The Old, the Young and The Sea (Austria)
Director/Producer: Mario Hainzl and Andreas Jaritz
The Old, the Young & the Sea embarks on an adventurous documentary trip along the Atlantic
Coast of France, Spain and Portugal. The movie frames a vivid snapshot of Europe's post-modern coastal culture, which is significantly influenced by the hippie heritage of the 1960s, modern surfing popindustry and the vital relationship of coastal inhabitants with Mother Nature. The movie introduces the audience into a world of cultural diversity, surprising encounters and the search for the spirit of traveling. For the movie's protagonists surfing is a pervading lifestyle.All sorts of ocean lovers have their eyes on a very slim stretch of land and water. Documenting this stretch the documentary captures a schematic picture of vibrant European life through the very personal stories of the movie's protagonists.

Film Trailer: