JUMP!You might fall you might fly

"Did you ever feel time is passing u by?Did you ask yourself what was stopping you?" An inspiring short  film that screened at the London Surf Film Festival  "Find Your Love"  by FatSand films  give us a beautiful and positive message. Watch this and realize that  life is short, to seize the day. Enjoy!


For a good few years Ed & Sofie Templeton had a scrap of paper, torn from a clothing brand’s catalogue, pinned to their fridge with a poem called ‘Find Your Love’ by David Hieatt on it reminding them that life is short, to seize the day and that taking risks is good. Well, in the end they did make that leap of faith, they quit their jobs, they travelled the world, they gave themselves some time and space to surf, to practice yoga, to hang out and to slow down and then set-up India’s first ever surf & yoga retreat business. It’s a film that attempts to somehow document their inspiration, to give a glimpse of Soul & Surf but ulitimately with an intention to pass their inspiration on to others who might need a little nudge to make that jump, that leap of faith. Please vote for us by clicking here: http://www.londonsurffilmfestival.com/find-your-love/

An inspiring short surf film about passion

"Out of the black and into the blue" is the name of the short surf film by Luke Pilbeam which wins the Best Short in London surf film festival 2014. It doesn't give us only very nice cinematography but it’s also the story behind the images that makes this film inspirational. A story about passion and ambition and what it means to dedicate your every breathing minute to something. Enjoy!

A movie you have to catch: Into the sea

The 52-minute French film Into the sea, directed  by Marion Poizeau, takes a serious look at the role of surfing in society and positive cultural change around the world. In this film, receiving its world premiere at the London Surf Film Festival this week, Irish champion surfer Easkey Britton travels to Iran, taking to the water in a hijab, to become according to the film’s producers the first woman to surf there. Her aim was  to introduce surfing to the women of Iran. The idea came from a pioneering sportswomen from Iran who were excited by the possibility of learning to surf in their own country. Click here to watch the trailer