Kelly Slater’s Artificial Perfect Wave

December 18th, 2015

Kelly Slater the 11 time World Champion surfer, has pulled off another amazing feat at this company Kelly Slater Wave Company (KSWAVE). Adding another monumental achievement to his already spectacular life achievement Kelly and his engineers have come up with a perfect head high artificial wave, complete with barrel sections and all..enjoy!


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Director: Andrew Mackenzie; Producers: Kyle Bullington & Davis DiLillo; Camera I: Gordon Yould ; Camera II: Seth Naugle; Aerial Cinematography: Davis DiLillo, Kyle Bullington, Andrew Mackenzie Water Cinematography: Daren Vinson Crawford; AC Camera I: Brooks Burgoon; AC Camera II: Jeff Ball, AC Camera III: Josh Hill Production Coordinator: Dana Kurth; DIT: Bruce Schultz; Editing: Gordon Yould & Andrew Mackenzie; Color: Seth Naugle; Music: DARKSIDE


July 27th, 2019

Surfer: Torren Martyn
Film Maker: Perry Gershkow
Surf Boards: Simon Jones: Morning of the earth
Produced by: needessentials

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Torren Martyn describes how this film came about.

“The little mission down south to warm water came around as a bit of a surprise to me too, I’d originally planned to just spend a week or two with my girlfriend Aiyana in California and pictured surfing knee to waist high Malibu at best.
One idea led to another as most good times do and before we really knew it Aiyana and I were rolling south of where we were currently camped out driving in awe through these beautiful snow capped mountains in the Eastern Sierras on a pretty straight mission south to a serious contrast of scenes, we were pretty excited!

A good mate Perry Gershkow was able to juggle a few commitments around up in his neck of the woods of SF and before we really had too much time to think we kind of just woke up the next day deep in central America, it was a classic little scenario.

I was travelling with two boards, a 7’2 and a 6’10. It’s so rare that I break a board, maybe one or two a year? anyhow I managed to break them both in the first couple of days.I guess I was rattled and disheartened when the first broke and then when the second went, I was kind of just baffled like haha really? luckily the local guys there have probably stitched together more boards than anyone anywhere else in the world so it was a pretty efficient little turn around, I was so grateful for that. Thankfully my mate Luke lent me his little 5’7 and a 4’11 for a little wiggle in between.

The waves we had down there were absolutely incredible, sort of mind boggling at times. It’s humbling the energy in the ocean and the way the sand and currents dictated where and what waves we surfed. They were there one day and gone the next. I think that was the beauty of it too, we didn’t really have any expectations or too much of a plan, things just fell in to place and I wouldn’t change a thing.

For me it was one of those spontaneous experiences made up of the combination of good people, the land, weather and a little luck on our side that are a friendly little reminder of just how lucky we all are to have this to share.

I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night

May 7th, 2019

Deus ex Machina in collaboration with Raen are super stoked to present the latest ocular extravaganza, ‘I HAD TOO MUCH TO DREAM LAST NIGHT’.

To give you the good oil, the movie follows the simplistic travels of two surfers, meeting friends along the way, on an open-ended journey across an archipelago littered with islands and breaks. Connected by ribbons of tarmac and separated by deep ocean valleys these islands have been here for millennia and will continue to do so for millennia to come.

A veritable Eden for waves of every nature, from long reeling glassy point breaks to sketchy urchin infested waves in the middle of nowhere.

Tom Curren experimenting with Skimboard

April 27th, 2019

Tom Curren Scoring Rincon

Just California Surfing Winter 2019 in 4K

April 26th, 2019

Just California Surfing Winter 2019 in 4K
Locals owning it. Hollow dayz

The 2019 Ford Ranger Is the Return of the Ranger to the USA

December 29th, 2018


The 2019 Ford Ranger is the revival of the Ford Ranger name. The Ford Ranger is back in the United States, and today I’m reviewing the 2019 Ford Ranger to show you if the new Ranger is good enough to square off against close pickup truck rivals.

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The Fall Line Nat Young & Wayne Lynch Part 1.

December 24th, 2018

The Fall Line Nat Young & Wayne Lynch Part 1.

Revenge of the high school car nerd

November 20th, 2018

Casey Putsch (IG: @caseyputsch) had a rough time in school and found it far from nurturing for a young car enthusiast. The challenges he faced were a big part of what led him to start Genius Garage. Visit to learn more.

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ON IT: Nic Von Rupp & Lisbon Portugal

November 17th, 2018

The art of scoring surf. Nic Von Rupp and Lisbon, Portugal.
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East coast low June 2016

November 12th, 2018

Filmed during one of the biggest swells in 85 years. As an insane east coast low formed and hit the Illawarra it left behind some perfect waves for all the boys to make the most of!

The Desert Hilton | Billabong Adventure Division

October 29th, 2018

“It’s like nowhere else I’ve ever been in my life. When you wake up in the morning all you can think about about surfing, and nature, and trying not to kick your toes on rocks.” – Laura Enever

The mythos of heading into the Australian desert to find waves has been burned into the collective consciousness of surfers for generations. Images of Occy threading crystal pits in Green Iguana, or sharks cruising by Shane Dorian surfing a bombie during the Billabong Challenge are two images that spring to mind.

During a recent Adventure Division trip, Occy and Shane took a new generation of crew back to the Desert Hilton, hunting swells and experience beyond the everyday grind. The faces might have changed but the results are timeless – miles of driving rewarded with heaving barrels over urchin-infested reef.

Join Occy, Shane Dorian, Jack Robinson, Laura Enever, Shaun Manners, & Kai Hing as they head North by Northwest for one iconic trip. This is, Desert Hilton.

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Before the Plague

October 21st, 2018

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The local mob at local breaks, featuring Slatz on kneeboard and bike, Chayno, Troza, Jordo, and a plethora of others.
Old detertorating digital 8 footage, rough, grungy and no sticker boys to be seen.

First Swell of the Season Lights Up Pipeline for Moniz Bros and Locals | SURFER | October 2nd, 2018

October 3rd, 2018

October 2nd, 2018 Pipeline Swell

Kalani Robb Discusses Rell Sunn’s Legacy Both in and out of the Water | SURFER: Island Pride

September 11th, 2018

When trying to trace the lineage of Kalani Robb’s fast surfing, most people would draw a line to tough, heavy-footed Hawaiian surfers like Sunny Garcia. But while Garcia and his ilk may be influences of Robb’s, the truth is that Robb actually found his greatest inspiration in the grace and fluidity of Makaha’s own Rell Sunn. In this episode of “Island Pride,” Robb discusses why Sunn is seen as the patron saint of surf style in Hawaii, the effect that she had on his surfing and how she didn’t just inspire people with her surfing, but with the way that she lived her life on land with poise and grace even in the most dire of circumstances.

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Balangan Throwing Some Shade – 8 September 2018

September 9th, 2018

I wouldn’t put the sun screen away, but the old girl was throwing up a head-dip here and there. A super low tide and medium sized swell meant a more than usual number of waves were linking up down the reef at Balangan.

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The Transkei Experience

September 8th, 2018

Watch in HD. This is our experience of the alluring landscape and people of the Transkei on the Wild East Coast of South Africa including spearfishing around the famous Hole in the Wall.

West Oz’s Infamous Slab “The Right” Rages Again. | Sessions

September 6th, 2018

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As the Southern Ocean’s 2018 winter wave season goes full tilt, big wave rider Ross Clarke-Jones heads to West Australia’s infamous slab, The Right, for a tow session that won’t soon be forgotten.

From Nazaré to Waimea, Shipstern to The Right, no matter how quick in succession the swells may be, there’s a chance you’ll see Clarke-Jones out there, getting crazier waves than almost anybody else.
But let’s not forget the locals, who always lead the charge when The Right comes alive and rages. Guys like Jake Osman, Brad Norris and Zac Haynes have logged some of the craziest barrels we’ve ever seen, and their performances in the edit above is no exception by a long shot.


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Jeff Divine Talks “Terror and Perfection” at Sunset Beach | SURFER Magazine: Behind The Photo

September 4th, 2018

Jeff Divine’s Behind The Photo

“INSIDE & OUT” a mentawai journey

September 3rd, 2018

SPARROW PRODUCTIONS presents the newest
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Nias Pro – Day 3

August 30th, 2018

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August 29th, 2018

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Kandui Resort, Mentawai Islands, Indonesia

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Chatting with a Transgender Woman

August 27th, 2018

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OCEAN GRAVITY – Guillaume Néry / Julie Gautier

August 27th, 2018

Ocean Gravity is a short film that rewrite the rules of the underwater world and takes us this time into the world of the weightlessness.

Just like in the space, there isn’t anymore a top or a bottom. There isn’t anymore upside down and wrong side out. The ocean becomes cosmos, the man a satellite, and the bottom of the sea an unknown planet. Welcome in the fascinating universe of Ocean Gravity.

Guillaume: «since ever, my diving propels my imagination in the fantasy of the conquest of space. To touch the sea floor or to set foot on an unexplored planet, here are 2 fascinating adventures which feed my thirst of unknown. The discovery of this quite unique place (Tiputa – Rangiroa – French Polynesia), allowed us to put in image the visual closeness of 2 universes water and air, ocean and space.»


Written and directed by Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier
Underwater camera on breathhold: Julie Gautier
With Guillaume Néry
Editing: Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier
Color correction: Arthur Paux
Logistical support: Y AKA Plongée Rangiroa
Music by THE GLITCH MOB – How to be eaten by a woman

Ocean Gravity est un court-métrage qui bouleverse les codes de l’univers sous-marin et nous plonge cette fois dans le monde de l’apesanteur.

Tout comme dans l’espace, il n’y a plus de haut ni de bas, il n’y a plus l’endroit et l’envers.
L’Océan devient cosmos, l’homme se mue en un satellite en orbite et le fond de la mer se transforme en une planète inconnue. Bienvenue dans l’univers troublant d’Ocean Gravity.

Guillaume : « Depuis toujours, mes plongées propulsent mon imaginaire dans le fantasme de la conquête spatiale. Toucher le fond de la mer ou poser son pieds sur une planète inexplorée, voilà 2 aventures passionnantes qui nourrissent ma soif d’inconnu. La découverte de ce lieu unique au monde, la passe de Tiputa nous a permis de mettre en image la proximité visuelle des 2 univers eau et air, océan et espace. »


Ecrit et réalisé par Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier
Camera sous marine en apnée: Julie Gautier
Avec Guillaume Néry
Montage: Guillaume Néry and Julie Gautier
Etalonnage: Arthur Paux
Support logistique: Y AKA Plongée Rangiroa
Musique THE GLITCH MOB – How to be eaten by a woman