In 1964, filmmaker Bruce Brown followed two surfers around the world as they travelled to Senegal, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Tahiti, Hawaii and California, in search of the perfect wave. On a budget of $50,000, with a 16mm camera, he captured the essence, the adventure, and the art of surfing in the cult classic documentary movie ‘The Endless Summer’. Screening at Cult Cinema Club on January 12, with live tunes from @ashlafortezamusic
, delicious dinner options from @hellorosiecaravan
, and our pop-up licensed bar featuring the finest from @mountbrewingco.brewery
delights, we’ll see you there!
Tickets and further deets in our bio link.
Images courtesy of Bruce Brown Films.