Sat Oct 28, 6:00 PM
120 minutes
Never-before-seen remastered footage from the birth of Australian and NZ surfing brought to life by full eight-piece band Headland. 

“Surf movies on the big screen are back baby!” (Dick Hoole)

For the last three years The Surf Film Archive has been digging into the dusty cupboards of original surf filmmakers to find and restore Australia and New Zealand’s lost surf films. Now the Archive has collaborated with salty legends Headland, in full eight-piece band mode, to bring this never-before-seen footage to life. After sold-out shows in Coffs Harbour, Byron Bay and Noosa, this special event comes straight from the heart of Australian surf culture to Adelaide. Don’t miss this one-off witch’s brew of original music and never-before-seen surf film footage, all projected across three massive screens at the stunning Capri Theatre.

Performing members include Ken Gormly (The Cruel Sea), Murray Paterson (The Dark Horses), Brock Fitzgerald (Wolf & Cub), Christian Pyle (Acre).


Genre Documentary, History, Music, Sport