Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Last Paradise Movie Tribute to Allan Byrne

This is a short extract from the film "Last Paradise" which was about to release before Allan's tragic passing. The original adventure pioneers tell the story of a 45 year global quest for adventure and paradise in stunning original footage. Cinema screenings of Last Paradise will be held in 2014. See www.lastparadisefilm.com

Monday, 8 September 2014

Gipsy interiors

Friday, 5 September 2014

Joel.

Joel. from Adam Burns on Vimeo.

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

DAVE RASTOVICH BODY SURFING

Residency: Dave Rastovich from Corona Extra on Vimeo.

DOWNSTAIRS IN BIARRITZ

DOWNSTAIRS IN BIARRITZ with Clovis Donizetti. Surfboards: Classic Killer & Space Pig by Gato Heroi. Music: Hard time killing floor blues by Skip James.

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

YOUNG EINSTEIN "Surfing"

Young Einstein is an Australian comedy film directed by and starring Yahoo Serious, released in 1988. It was based loosely on the life of Albert Einstein, but relocated the theoretical physicist to Australia and had him splitting the atom with a chisel, inventing rock and roll and surfing. Although the film was highly successful in Australia, and won an award from the Australian Film Institute Awards, it was poorly received by critics in America.

Tuesday, 12 August 2014

THROUGH THE LENS with Rob Machado - Alex Atala

Documenting the talents of amazing people who happen to surf. Iconic surfer Rob Machado has traveled the world for more than half his life. And during that time, he’s crossed paths with countless individuals who share a love for surfing and a passion for the arts. In his new series called Through The Lens, we meet these individuals and follow Rob as he re-connects with the people who've inspired him along the way. In this episode, Rob travels to Brazil to meet the world renowned chef, Alex Atala. Alex leads Rob from fine dinning in Sao Paulo, to surfing and swimming in Rio, to distributing water filters in the Jardim Gramacho slums. This world wind trip through Brazil highlights the way all humans, from all walks of life, share a common connection through water.

Friday, 8 August 2014

REMIX : CYRUS SUTTON

REJECTS by AVTHENTIC

(Rejects) is a compilation of b-sides from The Avthentic Story with Clovis Donizetti, Steven Dunn, The Polite Pandora & Cyril Arnaud. Years of fun!! Dedicated to all the people who came to the screenings or helped to spread the word or just said hello. http://www.avthentic.com/

Thursday, 7 August 2014

REMIX ART FOR DAVID PECCHI

Wednesday, 6 August 2014

KELIA MONIZ

http://www.keliamoniz.com/

More (1969 film)

Barbet Schroeder (born 26 August 1941) is a Franco-Swiss film director and producer who started his career in French cinema in the 1960s, working together with directors such as Jean-Luc Godard and Jacques Rivette. Since the 1990s he has directed many big budget Hollywood films in which he often combined family drama with thriller and action genre.
More is an English language film directed by Barbet Schroeder, released in 1969. Starring Mimsy Farmer and Klaus Grünberg, it deals with heroin addiction on the island of Ibiza. It features a soundtrack written and performed by Pink Floyd, released as the album Soundtrack from the Film More.
A German student, Stefan, who has finished his mathematics studies, decides to have an adventure, get out of his conservative skin[clarification needed] and to burn his bridges. After hitch-hiking to Paris, he makes a friend playing cards in a bar and they decide to commit a burglary to get some money. He meets a free-spirited American girl called Estelle and follows her to Ibiza. He discovers Estelle is involved with a former-Nazi German man called Dr. Wolf.
Stefan saves Estelle from Dr. Wolf only to find she does not really want to be saved, and she introduces him to heroin (referred to by the old street name, "horse") which she has stolen from Dr. Wolf. Stefan is initially against Estelle using heroin, but having used it previously, she persuades him to try it. Soon Stefan and Estelle are both heavily addicted to heroin. They try to break the addiction using LSD and initially manage to stay clean. However, after a while they're both using heroin again. Unable to break free of the addiction, it quickly spirals out of control leading to a tragic end for Stefan.
The French film Censorship Board in 1969 insisted that some of the dialog be censored around the 81 minute mark before the film could be released. In the film, as the couple mix up a hallucinogenic concoction in the kitchen, the ingredients "benzedrine" and "banana peel" are deleted from the audio track. On the DVD, the words have been re-added as subtitles. Most of the movie was shot on the island of Ibiza. The castle of Ibiza, which dominates the harbour and the town, is the scene for the final act. The location of Stefan's death, a tunnel near the castle, has since become a place of pilgrimage for addicts
'His (Barbet Schroeder's) feeling about music for movies was, in those days, that he didn't want a soundtrack to go behind the movie. All he wanted was, literally, if the radio was switched on in the car, for example, he wanted something to come out of the car. Or someone goes and switches the TV on, or whatever it is. He wanted the soundtrack to relate exactly to what was happening in the movie, rather than a film score backing the visuals.' — Roger Waters, [1]

Monday, 4 August 2014

The Salty Merchants x Beau Young Surfboards -

1075 Longboard single fin from Beau Young Surfboards on Vimeo.

Slices of Solitude - Sri Lanka | Jack Norton

Jack & I were floating around Sri Lanka finding right hand point breaks with 2-3ft runners with nobody for days!! - Featuring - Jack Norton instagram.com/jacknorton21 deuscustoms.com alkalifins.com sealegged.com.au - Track - The Jensens - Shark Thunder triplejunearthed.com/artist/jensens facebook.com/TheJensensBand - Film & Edit - Kane Del Mar instagram.com/kanedelmar facebook.com/kanedelmarphoto kanedelmar.tumblr.com stolenparadise.co - Special Thanks - The legends at Hideaway Blue Cafe (Yanik, Yhevin and Tavish) Jaya the main man in Sri Lanka

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Sonics - The Witch

Thursday, 24 July 2014

Friday, 30 May 2014

Single Fin versus No Fin - Sahara Desert

Monday, 7 April 2014

HOW TO SHAPE A MINI SIMMONS

Thursday, 30 January 2014

cough cool

cough cool from tyson kozuszek on Vimeo.

Noosa Jan 2014 filmed by Dylan Pukall Edited by me song is Cough Cool by The Misfits surfers: Tyson Kozuszek Jai Lee and american Jack

RELL SUNN 1975

Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Saturday, 9 November 2013

GREENO

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Thursday, 31 October 2013

SPOON POSTER

UFO 2012

UFO 2012 TALKS TO FLUR MAGAZINE Free spirits, open minds, and surfing ¨galactic waves¨ is what gives birth to LA's new Psychedelic band, UFO 2012. Not only are they new to the music world, but they also give a twist to all the other genres out there. Co- founded by professional long boarder Kassia Meador and artist Aska Matsumiya, created UFO 2012 in Venice Beach, CA along with it's seven other members which consists of music producer and musician Farmer Dave Scher, models Noot Seear and Kelsey Margerison, fashion photographer David Mushegain, and art director/ visual artist Sean Line. The group's members connect through their similar lifestyles. Being artistic in their own unique ways, while riding waves together during the day, the band was able to improvise their music in a way that it became something more than just music, but a form of meditation. Naturally, their music is of a serene background, using crystal bowls, beats, whale sounds, and soothing vocals. What they have created and shared surpasses what calls any band, “a band,"" rather a movement to create some deep, moving sounds and life experiences that they share together. To hear more on UFO2012, you can parchase their vinyl on www.oh-wow.com via http://flurmagazine.com/

Friday, 11 October 2013

RESIDENCY:Alex knost

Alex Knost and Tomorrows Tulips post up at La Casa for a week long residency. reblogged http://lacasa.net.au/

Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Bing Surfboards - The Boardroom: Icons of Foam Tribute to the Masters 10/5/13 - 10/6/13 from Aaron Kim PLUS 11 hours ago NOT YET RATED The Boardroom convention is an event dedicated to the surfboard and those who build them. The Icons of Foam Tribute to the Masters shape off is an invite only contest where shapers are asked to reshape a board of the past from a Master Shaper. This year at the Orange County event a Terry Martin longboard was the board that needed to be replicated. Donated by Royce Cansler, the 9'6" Legacy surfboard is one of many masterpieces created by the late great Terry Martin. A big thanks goes out to Rick Starick for helping me with advice for this video. I also want to say thanks to the Bing family (Matt & Margaret Calvani, Bing Copeland, Royce Cansler and Adam Cap) for making me feel at home and for working with me on this video. Enjoy.

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

SURFING 28 STATES

Surfing 28 States: India' is a HD Travel Series exploring the color, craziness and characters of all 28 states of India! Connecting with the locals and the culture through lending a helping hand, and surfing in innovative and hilarious places. follow these crazy guys on http://surfing28states.com/

Monday, 7 October 2013

ala moana big swell 1980

POPPY new surf art

Saturday, 5 October 2013

BOMBINO

Omara “Bombino” Moctar, whose given name is Goumour Almoctar, was born on January 1, 1980, in Tidene, Niger, an encampment of nomadic Tuaregs located about 80 kilometers to the northeast of Agadez. He is a member of the Ifoghas tribe, which belongs to the Kel Air Tuareg federation. His father is a car mechanic and his mother takes care of the home, as is the Tuareg tradition. Bombino was raised as a Muslim and taught to consider honor, dignity and generosity as principal tenets of life. The Tuareg, known amongst themselves as the Kel Tamasheq, have long been recognized as warriors, traders and travelers of the Sahara Desert - as a people of grace and nobility as well as fighters of fierce reputation. They are a nomadic people descended from the Berbers of North Africa and for centuries have fought against colonialism and the imposition of strict Islamic rule.
Bombino spent his early childhood between the encampment and the town of Agadez, the largest city in northern Niger (population about 90,000) and long a key part of the ancient Sahara trade routes connecting North Africa and the Mediterranean with West Africa. One of seventeen brothers and sisters (including half brothers and half sisters from both his mother and father), Bombino was enrolled in school in Agadez, but he demonstrated his rebellious spirit early on and refused to go. Bombino’s grandmother took him in to keep his father from forcing him to go to school, and, like most Tuareg children, he grew up living with his grandmother. Eventually, Bombino gave in and began attending a French-Arabic school that taught both French and classic Arabic. After three years, he left the school and at the age of nine he returned to his grandmother to live the life of an independent Tuareg child. The Tuareg culture is matriarchic, and the elder women are considered the chiefs of the community, the wise sages that represent the power of life, generosity and knowledge. Bombino’s grandmother instilled in him the Tuareg moral code in order for him to grow up as a respected member of society. Young Tuareg boys are called “arawan n tchimgharen,” or “grandmother’s children,” a term that is considered a badge of honor.In 1984, a drought hit Niger and Mali, killing most of the region’s livestock, forcing people to leave the countryside and move into the cities or migrate to Algeria and Libya. Eventually, Tuareg communities in those countries organized a rebellion to defend their rights, as they felt overlooked and underrepresented by local governments. Before the fighting began, rebels began teaching the community about the goals of the rebellion through song and the recently adopted guitar. Musicians such as Intayaden, Abreyboun of Tinariwen, Keddo, Abdallah of Niger and others sang popular songs that proclaimed the rights and heritage of the Tuaregs. The style was called “ishoumar" which derives from the French word "chomeurs" or "unemployed," because Tuaregs had lost their herds in the drought and were left with no other means of supporting themselves. Eventually, the term "ishoumar" became synonymous with "rebels."
In 1990, the first Tuareg rebellion began in Mali and Niger when Tuareg commandos launched an attack against local military and government offices. The governments fought back, declaring Tuaregs enemies of the state and forcing many Tuareg’s into exile. Bombino fled with his father and grandmother to stay near relatives in Algeria. One day some relatives arrived from the front lines of the rebellion, carrying with them two guitars that they left behind for a few months. Bombino began to teach himself to play the guitars, plucking out notes in imitation of the ishoumar songs he had heard. In 1992 and 1993, the military regime in Niger was replaced with a democratically elected government, and numerous political parties were formed, largely along ethnic lines. A Tuareg party was formed, and music once again played an important role in educating the community, this time about the importance of a democratic system in Niger. While the armed conflict had not formally ended, Bombino and his family decided to move back to Agadez. During a trip to Niamey, Niger for medical treatment, Bombino met with his uncle Rissa Ixa, a famous Tuareg painter, who gave him a guitar. Upon returning to Agadez, Bombino joined the Tuareg political party where he met the best guitarist of the party, a man named Haja Bebe. He started getting lessons, improving to the point where Haja Bebe invited him to join his band. It was during this time that Bombino acquired his nickname. As the youngest and smallest member of the band, the other members called him Bombino, a variation on the Italian word for “little child.”
On April 24, 1995, the Niger government signed a peace treaty with the rebels and Tuaregs were able to move back to Niger. Around the same time, Bombino got a role as an extra in the French film Imuhar: A Legend, which was filmed in the nearby desert. After finishing his work on the film, Bombino settled into life as working musician, performing at political rallies, weddings, and other ceremonies. He fought often with his father, who did not want his son to become a musician. To escape this problem, Bombino decided to travel to Algeria and Libya in 1996. In Libya, he made friends with some local musicians, and they would spend time watching videos of Jimi Hendrix, Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits and others in an effort to master their licks. Bombino was quickly becoming an accomplished guitarist and was in high demand as a backing musician. While working as a herder in the desert near Tripoli, Libya, Bombino spent many hours alone watching the animals and practicing his guitar. Eventually, Bombino decided to return to Niger, where he continued to play with a number of local bands. As his legend grew, a Spanish documentary film crew helped Bombino record his first album, which become a local hit on Agadez radio. The success of the album validated Bombino’s choice to make a career out of music, and he began playing regularly for tourists and locals alike.In 2006, Bombino traveled to California with the band Tidawt for a tour organized by a non-profit organization. During the trip, he had the chance to record a desert blues version of the Rolling Stones classic “Hey Negrita” alongside Stones’ members Keith Richards and Charlie Watts. The track appears on the 2008 album spearheaded by Rolling Stones saxophonist Tim Riese entitled Stone’s World: The Rolling Stones Project Volume 2. Later that year, Bombino served as Angelina Jolie’s guide to the Niger desert region during a weeklong visit. During their time together, he played her the music of the Tuareg and told her stories of nomadic life in the Sahara. In 2007, the second Tuareg rebellion began, and the government countermeasures were forceful and indiscriminant. Many civilians were killed and farms and livestock were destroyed in an effort to quash the rebellion. Instead, the government’s hard-handed tactics only served to galvanize the Tuareg community, and many around Bombino joined the rebellion. Government forces killed two of Bombino’s musicians, so he fled in exile to Burkina Faso along with many of his fellow Tuaregs.
In 2009, he met filmmaker Ron Wyman who had heard a cassette of Bombino’s music while traveling near Agadez. Wyman was enchanted by Bombino’s music and spent a year seeking him out, eventually tracking him down to Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, where Bombino was living in exile. While there, Wyman decided to feature Bombino in a documentary he was filming about the Tuareg. Later that year, he brought Bombino to Cambridge, Massachusetts to begin recording the album Agadez in his home studio. Finally, the Tuaregs put down their arms and were allowed to return to Niger. In January 2010, Wyman came to Agadez to finish the album and the film. The sultan of Agadez allowed them to organize a concert for peace at the base of the Grand Mosque, the first time such a performance had been permitted. Over a thousand people came to celebrate the end of the conflict and danced to the irresistible grooves of Bombino and his band.
Bombino’s first internationally released album, Agadez, was produced by Ron Wyman and released in April 2011 on Cumbancha Records. He enjoyed great worldwide acclaim for the album and toured all over the world throughout 2011 and 2012 to further his music and his cause. On April 2, 2013, Bombino made his Nonesuch Records debut with the release of the album Nomad, which was recorded with 2013 Grammy Award-winning Producer of the Year Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys at his Nashville studio, Easy Eye Sound. Nomad debuted at #1 on the Billboard World Music album chart and iTunes World chart and has earned rave reviews from top media outlets around the world including BBC World Service, which calls it “utterly, utterly fantastic” and Rolling Stone, which calls Nomad “a perfect match of sound and soul [that] introduces a new guitar hero.” His dazzling live performance and virtuosity on the guitar have led notable music critics to compare him to Jimi Hendrix, Carlos Santana, Neil Young, and Jerry Garcia.
Still in his early thirties, Bombino’s life and travels have exposed him to the problems facing his people. He has taken on the mission of helping the Tuareg community achieve equal rights, peace, maintain their rich cultural heritage and promote education. He is an advocate for teaching children the Tuareg language of Tamasheq, the local Haoussa language as well as French and Arabic, all of which he speaks fluently. “We fought for our rights,” remarks Bombino, “But we have seen that guns are not the solution. We need to change our system. Our children must go to school and learn about their Tuareg identity.” Four thousand years of living in a hostile environment taught the Tuareg that the will to survive with dignity intact is stronger than any external threat. Bombino puts that sentiment to music, writes its anthem, and gives it a life of its own. He is known as being emblematic of the next generation of Tuareg, a new voice of the Sahara and Sahel, fusing traditional Berber rhythms with the energy of rock and roll and songs about peace. After thirty years of drought, rebellion, and tyranny, Bombino extols his audience to remember who they are, but also realize who they can be. please visits http://www.bombinomusic.com/ look links!

Indonesia Trash Tubes

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Friday, 4 October 2013

FRED HEMMINGS

Fred Hemmings (born January 9, 1946 in Honolulu, Hawaii) is a world-known surfer who served as a Republican member of the Hawaii Senate from the 25th District. Elected in 2000, he served as Senate Minority Leader from 2002 to 2010. Previously he was a member of the Hawaii House of Representatives from 1984 through 1990. His retirement from the Senate leaves Sam Slom, a Honolulu attorney from the 8th District, as the only Republican in the 25-member body. During the 1960s, Hemmings won the Makaha International Surfing Championships four times. He also won the Peruvian International Surfing Championships in 1964, and then from the surf of Rincon, Puerto Rico, the World Surfing Championship title in 1968. Hemmings was a steersman on four Molokai to Oahu Outrigger Canoe racing Champion teams, and to this day is a pioneer canoe surfing steersman. He attended Punahou School where he is an inductee of the Punahou School Athletic Hall of Fame. In 1991, Hemmings was inducted into the International Surfing Hall of Fame, and in 1999 the Hawaii State Sports Hall of Fame.
Fred Hemmings, one of six children, was born on January 6, 1946 to Fred Sr. who was of English, Irish, French, Indian ancestry was originally from New York and came to Hawaii in 1922 and Lilian Frietas Hemmings,who was of Portuguese extraction, whose ancestors came to Hawaii to work on a sugar plantation in 1883. In early childhood, Fred and three other siblings contracted polio though enduring no permanent debilitation. As a student at Punahou School, Hemmings excelled at football where he was a league all-star player on Punahou's 1964 championship football team.
Hemmings began surfing at the age of 8 at Waikiki. Four years later in 1958, Fred Hemmings began competing in surfing events. That year he placed 3rd in the Makaha International Surfing Championships in the junior men division. He placed first in the following years that he entered (1961, 1963, 1964 and 1966). He continued to enter surfing contests taking him as far as Peru, where he won the Peruvian International Championship. In 1968, Hemmings won the World Surfing Championship in Puerto Rico. After becoming the world's first true surfing champion from Hawaii, Hemmings retired from competitive surfing to focus on creating a new sports industry; promoting and marketing surfing as a viable professional sport.
In 1969, Hemmings produced the Smirnoff World Pro-Am Surfing Championships which became the defacto professional world championships. Hemmings created the Pipeline Masters surf competition in 1971 which is now the longest standing surf contest in the world. Enthralling national audiences, the competition was aired on ABC's Wide World of Sports. Often, Hemmings found himself at odds with the surf culture, conflicting with the counterculture movement of the 1960s. He consistently spoke out against substance abuse in surfing.
Hemmings was a strong advocate for women in professional surfing. In 1975 Hemmings founded the World Cup of Surfing championships with events for both men and women. With dedicated persistence and corporate sponsorship backing the events, surfing competitions at legendary North Shore sites established a strong following and gained a national audience. All the major television networks took notice and broadcast the surfing events Hemmings produced nationally. Hemmings continued to pursue his dream to make professional surfing a reality. In 1976 Hemmings co-founded, along with Randy Rarick, the organization of International Professional Surfers (IPS). IPS became the first professional surfing circuit, hosting 12 events around the world. Respecting Hawaii's legendary status in surfing, the tour was formatted so that at least three of the events were held in Hawaii. This organization became the forerunner to the Association of Surfing Professionals tour. In 1983, Hemmings combined the Pipeline Masters, the Duke Classic at Sunset Beach and the World Cup of Surfing into the Triple Crown of Surfing. The Honolulu Advertiser heralded Fred Hemmings as the "father of professional surfing in Hawaii." In 2010, he was invited by the Puerto Rico Tourism Company to attend the Rip Curl Pro Search 2010, where he was honored for his 1968 championship. sources from Wiki

Jai Zye and Josh

Jai Lee,Zye Norris and Josh Constable shredding some winter peelers Song - Lightning Bolt Artist - Jake Bugg

Thursday, 3 October 2013

Biarritz. 1968

The Quiksilver Pro France is a fine contest and all, but that little webcast window ain’t coming close to giving you the full view of what a good time the Aquitaine coast holds for the bon vivant surf traveler. Billy Hamilton, Mark Martinson and Russell Hughes had the complete experience in 1968, along with filmmakers Greg MacGillivray and Jim Freeman; here they are loving every Bordeaux-flavored moment of their visit to Biarritz. Vive la France via http://encyclopediaofsurfing.com/

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Tyson Kozuszek

on http://vimeo.com/user1548850

Tuesday, 1 October 2013

COMPASSING

via http://www.korduroy.tv/

CASEY REAS ART

Casey REAS (a k a Casey Edwin Barker Reas, C. E. B. Reas) Born 1972 in Troy, Ohio. Lives and works in Los Angeles.
Casey Reas writes software to explore conditional systems as art. Through defining emergent networks and layered instructions, he has defined a unique area of visual experience that builds upon concrete art, conceptual art, experimental animation, and drawing. While dynamic, generative software remains his core medium, work in variable media including prints, objects, installations, and performances materialize from his visual systems.
Reas' software, prints, and installations have been featured in over one hundred solo and group exhibitions at museums and galleries in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Recent venues include the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Art Institute of Chicago, and recent commissions have been awarded by the Whitney Museum of American Art and the New World Symphony in Miami. Reas' work is in a range of private and public collections, including the Centre Georges Pompidou and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Reas is a professor at the University of California, Los Angeles. He holds a masters degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Media Arts and Sciences as well as a bachelors degree from the School of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning at the University of Cincinnati. With Ben Fry, Reas initiated Processing in 2001. Processing is an open source programming language and environment for the visual arts.
Reas recently co-wrote and designed the book 10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10 (MIT Press, 2013). Reas and Fry published Processing: A Programming Handbook for Visual Designers and Artists, a comprehensive introduction to programming within the context of visual media (MIT Press, 2007). With Chandler McWilliams and Lust, Reas published Form+Code in Design, Art, and Architecture (Princeton Architectural Press, 2010), a non-technical introduction to the history, theory, and practice of software in the visual arts. Reas' Process Compendium 2004—2010 documents six years of his work exploring the phenomena of emergence through software. for more http://reas.com/

NICE VIDEO FROM BRONX PONENTE

via SURFLAB

Monday, 30 September 2013

THE BODA SURFAMILY :DREAMERS COLLECTIVE

NEW GRAPHICS : mystic geometry

Sunday, 29 September 2013

PENDULUM SWING

PENDULUM SWING from Beau Young Surfboards on Vimeo.

from Beau Young Surfboards on vimeo

THE ELEPHANT PROJECT

visits:http://theelephantproject.blogspot.it/

Saturday, 28 September 2013

Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau trailer

Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau trailer from Nicholas Lipari on Vimeo.

A new film honoring North Shore legend Eddie Aikau. Produced by Stacy Peralta Sam George Josh Brolin Editing Brian Lazarte Nicholas Lipari Graphics Nicholas Lipari
Hawaiian: The Legend of Eddie Aikau chronicles the remarkable life and times of the late Eddie Aikau, the legendary Hawaiian big wave surfer, pioneering lifeguard and ultimately doomed crew member of the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hokulea. With its rich combination of archival imagery, dramatic reenactments, contemporary interviews and meticulously researched historical source material Hawaiian is a compelling examination of the tragic decline and extraordinary rebirth of the Hawaiian culture as personified by a native son whose dynamic life and heroic death served as inspiration to an entire spiritual movement.