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Honolulu Surf Film Festival 2019 Presents “Priboi”

Date/Time

Jul 13, 2019
04:00 PM until 05:30 PM

Description

Part of Honolulu Surf Film Festival 2019.

 

In Siberia, winter water temperatures average just 2 degrees, snow lays heavy on the beaches and then there are the blizzards to contend with. This is cold water surfing at its very limits. The groundbreaking Priboi is a search for waves, a quest across the vastness of the Russian continent, home to some 37,000 km of coastline. The odyssey takes in the most inaccessible spots navigating frigid water and active volcanoes of the dramatic Kamchatka Peninsula, across Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg, Sochi (formerly home to the winter Olympics), Makhachkala, Vladivostok, Abkhazia, Crimea, the Arctic, Kuriles and Sakhalin island.

 

A two year journey from the warm water pointbreaks to the icy fringed beaches, from Kaliningrad to Kamchatka and across the Arctic Ocean all the way to the Caspian Sea.

 

Told through breathtaking cinematography by Konstantin Kokorev, this is a never-before witnessed insight into the birth of surf culture in Russia and how pioneering souls continue to push boundaries in the name of discovery.

 

“A must-see surf exploration.” –London Surf / Film Festival

 

 

  • Winner – Best Film – London Surf / Film Festival 2018
  • Winner – Best Film – Wavescape Surf and Ocean Festival 2018
  • Winner – Best Cinematography – Unstad Arctic Surf Film Fest 2019
  • Winner - Best Film – Cinematography – Waimea Ocean Film Festival 2019

 

Directed by Kokorev Konstantin. 2018. Russia. 80 min. Russian with English subtitles.

Cost

$12 general admission | $10 museum members

Location

View map Doris Duke Theatre
900 S Beretania St
Honolulu, HI

Additional Information

Sponsor

Honolulu Museum of Art

Phone

(808) 532-6097

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