The Living Curl at The Surfing Heritage Foundation July 10th

Playing next at the Surfing Heritage Foundation
Friday, July 10th at 3 pm.
General Admission $3.00

Since the “Premiere” of “The Living Curl” on November 14, 2008 at Duke’s Malibu, the reviews have been pouring in . . .

“The Living Curl is an awesome window into surfing history.”
Dave Sweet
Greg Sweet

“I watched the film yesterday and loved it! What a time capsule for California surfers. You captured the times and the dreams of young men in the early 60’s. Those were very special times and will bring back memories of some frequented surf spots. Your commentary is special. Superb early 60’s footage and sound.”

Aloha, Roger Mann (President, Longboard Collector Club)

“At the time, my friends and I said it was the best surf film we’d seen. Jamie is the most underrated California filmmaker from the sixties”
Balsa Bill
But judge for yourself . . . . the trailer’s on youtube:

Or see the entire movie for FREE! At Safari Surf Saturday May 9th 8:00 pm

Written by Jamie Budge

February 20th, 2009 at 8:46 pm

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