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Two new Aussie docos to close out Bells Beach Surf Film Fest

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Fish and Green Cathedral explore surf culture

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 8 January, 2016 - The 2016 Bells Beach Surf Film Festival will close on Saturday 9th January with the presentation of two new Australian surfing documentaries.

FISH directed by Joseph Ryan, features incredible surf footage as it explores the origin and impact of the fish surfboard design and features amazing surf footage and interviews with Mark Richards, Dave Rastovich, Steve Lis, Jack McCoy, Pete Townend, Derek Hynd, Dan Malloy and many more.

This will be the first screening of FISH in Victoria. A rare opportunity to see this new surfing documentary on the big screen.

After a full house for opening night on Wednesday the festival closes with the Victorian Premiere of Chris Duczynski's documentary GREEN CATHEDRAL, a fantastic look into the lives of 6 Aussie surf photographers.

Seats are limited but there are plenty of tickets available at Patagonia Torquay or at the door on the night. Doors open 7.30pm.

The festival screens at the Australian National Surfing Museum Theatre in Torquay. The perfect place to watch a great surf film on a big screen surrounded by surf culture and history.

The Bells Beach Surf Film Festival is supported by Patagonia, Blackman’s Brewery Torquay and the Surf Coast Shire.

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Film, Bells Beach, Bells Beach Film Festival, Bella Vista, Mark Richards, Dave Rastovich, Steve Lis, Jack McCoy, Pete Townend, Derek Hynd, Dan Malloy
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