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The Noosa Surf Film Festival is back for another year of surf culture celebration and will kick off on 5 October. Held at The J in Noosa Junction, the festival promises to be the ultimate celebration of all things surf with last year’s event selling out all screenings and attracting surfers and ocean lovers from across the east coast.

This year’s locally run, independent event is back bigger and better than ever with total of 24 films from 12 countries to be shown across the festival. The 2017 schedule has expanded to include an art show, photography workshops, an eco-surf panel discussion and exhibition, and 72-hour photography challenge.

Festival director Amelia Shaw said the Noosa Surf Film Festival is a high-five to all the creatives involved in the surf industry.

“There is an immense amount of talent both in and out of the water, and we want to bring everyone together to celebrate it,” she said.

2017 Event Schedule

Thursday 5 October - events

Opening night art show featuring unique art pieces for sale from Ozzie Wright, Elena Grib, Matthew Allen, Pia Opfermann, Luka Raubenheimer, Kristian Gail, Lachlan Olive and Jaleesa Vincent.

Friday 6 (and Saturday 7 October) – screenings and events

Photography Workshops presented by Canon. Join professional Australian Surf Photographer Fran Miller for a sunrise surf photography session in the perfect light to catch the morning sliders. Bookings essential – limited tickets available.

Screening of “Proximity” presented by Taylor Steele. Proximity follows eight of the world’s best surfers – four legends and four rising stars as they search for new waves and a deeper understanding in exotic locations.

Saturday 7 October – screenings and events

Eco Surf panel discussion and exhibition where event-goers can chat to the best in the business including household name Tom Wegner about sustainability in the surf industry.

Soul Sisters screening features the Australian Premiere of “Blue Road” a film about three women who love to draw lines.

“The Church of the Open Sky” is the latest feature length release from award winning independent Australian Filmmaker Nathan Oldfield which explores gratefully lived surfing journeys shot in location in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka.

“Well as Well” is a film by born and bred local Luka Raubenheimer and follows one month in Sri Lanka with one surfer ruled by reptilians and late-night mambos.

Sunday 8 October – screenings and events

72 Hour Photography Challenge – Watch six hand-picked local photographers take on the challenge of capturing the best surf shots they can in Noosa over 72 hrs. While everyone is enjoying the festival they will be busy capturing surfers in their natural habitat and editing into a 5-minute slideshow to be shown at Village Bicycle and a winner crowned.

Live music, food stalls and guaranteed good times will be provided at all film screening sessions. The full schedule of events, films and tickets are available at www.noosasurffilmfestival.com.au. The Noosa Surf Film Festival will be held at The J, 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads.

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Festival set to turn the tide

The program for the 3rd annual Noosa Surf Film Festival has been revealed and it’s packed with a selection of remarkable films including big screen premieres from local legends and films showcased from as far as Switzerland, USA and France.

The Noosa Surf Film Festival is back for another year of surf culture celebration and will kick off on 5 October. Held at The J in Noosa Junction, the festival promises to be the ultimate celebration of all things surf with last year’s event selling out all screenings and attracting surfers and ocean lovers from across the east coast.

This year’s locally run, independent event is back bigger and better than ever with total of 24 films from 12 countries to be shown across the festival. The 2017 schedule has expanded to include an art show, photography workshops, an eco-surf panel discussion and exhibition, and 72-hour photography challenge.

Festival director Amelia Shaw said the Noosa Surf Film Festival is a high-five to all the creatives involved in the surf industry.

“There is an immense amount of talent both in and out of the water, and we want to bring everyone together to celebrate it,” she said.

2017 Event Schedule

Thursday 5 October - events

Opening night art show featuring unique art pieces for sale from Ozzie Wright, Elena Grib, Matthew Allen, Pia Opfermann, Luka Raubenheimer, Kristian Gail, Lachlan Olive and Jaleesa Vincent.

Friday 6 (and Saturday 7 October) – screenings and events

Photography Workshops presented by Canon. Join professional Australian Surf Photographer Fran Miller for a sunrise surf photography session in the perfect light to catch the morning sliders. Bookings essential – limited tickets available.

Screening of “Proximity” presented by Taylor Steele. Proximity follows eight of the world’s best surfers – four legends and four rising stars as they search for new waves and a deeper understanding in exotic locations.

Saturday 7 October – screenings and events

Eco Surf panel discussion and exhibition where event-goers can chat to the best in the business including household name Tom Wegner about sustainability in the surf industry.

Soul Sisters screening features the Australian Premiere of “Blue Road” a film about three women who love to draw lines.

“The Church of the Open Sky” is the latest feature length release from award winning independent Australian Filmmaker Nathan Oldfield which explores gratefully lived surfing journeys shot in location in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Sri Lanka.

“Well as Well” is a film by born and bred local Luka Raubenheimer and follows one month in Sri Lanka with one surfer ruled by reptilians and late-night mambos.

Sunday 8 October – screenings and events

72 Hour Photography Challenge – Watch six hand-picked local photographers take on the challenge of capturing the best surf shots they can in Noosa over 72 hrs. While everyone is enjoying the festival they will be busy capturing surfers in their natural habitat and editing into a 5-minute slideshow to be shown at Village Bicycle and a winner crowned.

Live music, food stalls and guaranteed good times will be provided at all film screening sessions. The full schedule of events, films and tickets are available at www.noosasurffilmfestival.com.au. The Noosa Surf Film Festival will be held at The J, 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads.

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