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The Ductumentary

The Ductumentary, a new 42-minute film from Vans, takes a look at the creative energy informing today's alternative longboard scene. Joel Tudor, the creator of the Duct Tape Invitational Series, stars in it, along with some of our era's best log riders like Alex Knost, Tyler Warren, Ryan Burch and Jared Mell. Honouring the past but taking the sport in new directions, these guys are genuine masters of their craft and the film is well worth your time. Click over to offthewall.tv to watch it in full.

Posted: October 9, 2013 at 01:21 PM
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STAND Wins at SUP Awards

STAND, the Canadian-made surf and SUP film about B.C.'s threatened coast, recently won Movie of the Year at the SUP Awards in San Clemente, California.

"Adding to the occasion was that when the nominations were announced," writes co-producer Anthony Bonello, "we were surprised at how many cheers we received. Being new to the scene and tucked away up north in the frigid waters of Canada, we were stoked on how many folks were aware of the film. That we were reaching folks far removed from our own backyard offers a certain satisfaction. This awareness is in large part is due to Norm Hann and his enthusiasm for paddling and the community."

Big congratulations to Bonello and Nicolas Teichrob, the makers of STAND. And to Hann, who stars in the film but missed the awards to be at the birth of his new son, Kiel.

Click here for more about the SUP Awards and here for Anthony's blog post about the event. STAND also won Best Film at the Vancouver Festival of Ocean Films and is a finalist at this year's Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival.

Photo above, L to R: Nicolas Teichrob, Quiksilver's Dario Phillips and Anthony Bonello.

Posted: October 2, 2013 at 12:18 PM
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Xcel + Live to Surf

The venerable Live to Surf in Tofino is turning 30 next year. Yep, the big Three-Oh. The shop is looking for a new logo to commemorate the anniversary, and they're partnering with Xcel on an art contest to find it. The winning entry gets a brand-new Xcel TD3 Drylock hooded suit—not a bad reward for an evening of doodling and scanning. If you fancy a crack at it, you've got a bit of time—entries are being accepted until November 30th. For all the details, see the Live to Surf site here.

(And for more about Xcel's slick new TD3 suits, click here.)

Posted: September 9, 2013 at 02:27 PM
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Cohen and Manos in NZ

Canadian shredders Noah Cohen and Nico Manos spent some time rambling through New Zealand this spring. Half their trip, to an area in the far south of the country, will feature in the upcoming Summer issue of SBC Surf. The other half, spent camping in the far north, is chronicled in this 60-page e-zine from the fantastic Damaged Goods Zine. Click here to read, especially if you're an admirer of long left points.

Posted: July 15, 2013 at 01:18 PM
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Surf Swap in Montreal

Boutique Archive is a new(ish) surf, art and fashion establishment at 318 Rue Villeray in Montreal. The shop held their first outdoor Surf Swap back at the start of June, and a clip of the happenings just dropped onto Vimeo. A hot fun summer at Habitat awaits. 

For more about Boutique Archive, you can check the shop's Facebook page here.

Posted: June 14, 2013 at 02:06 PM
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