Thursday, 27 April 2017

The Distant Shores Movie

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Surfer Magazine just released Distant Shores, a short film about surfers traveling to the end of the earth, in search of some of the world’s most remote line-ups, for perfect and uncrowded waves.

The movie stars a strong cast of Euro rippers and locations including Tom Lowe and Fergal Smith in Ireland, Kepa Acero in the Namibian desert, Chile and Alaska, all time Norway, and Indo’s new hottest coral green outpost, Panaitan’s Apocalypse.

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