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Save The Waves Film Fest exits europe to launch US tour



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Save The Waves Film Festival Kicks Off 2017 West Coast Tour

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 27 October, 2017 - After a dual world premiere in Bali and Portugal, and their most extensive European tour to date – spanning Portugal, Spain, Amsterdam, and Ireland – and a growing east coast tour that now stretches from Virginia to Maine, the Save The Waves Film Festival, presented by Parley, will be kicking off its US west coast tour in November. 

This year’s selections were curated by a dozen professionals and cultural influencers in the action sports and creative media industries – folks like photographer Chris Burkard, single-fin wizard and eco-activist Leah Dawson, and legendary surf cinematographer Jack McCoy – to create an entertaining and impactful film program.

"This year’s program features filmmakers from over nine different countries, producing our most eclectic directorial talent pool ever," said Save The Waves. "These filmmakers explore a range of topics from plastic pollution and the effects of sunscreens on coral reefs, to the monster waves of Nazare and using murals to educate and inspire eco-activism. Regardless of where they are from, or their chosen topic, all of the selected filmmakers share a passion for visual storytelling as well as a passion for the oceanic environment that they focus their lenses on."



"The west coast tour will kick off on Thursday 11/2 with our good friends at Poler Laguna, where we’ll start the day off right with a beach cleanup and Firewire board demo at Doheny. The screening will take place at the Poler Laguna shop, right on the Coast Highway, that night, with a VIP and filmmaker reception starting at 5pm."

This year’s west coast tour will stretch from Baja to San Francisco, from November to early December, with more screenings slated for the Pacific Northwest, Hawaii, Chile, and Australia in early 2018.



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