Number82 film club, July 16th

number82 is a locally-based organisation that exists to support creative entrepreneurs and communities and every now and then it throws a film night at the Brockley Social Club (240 Brockley Road). The next film club night is 16th July, from 7.30pm until 11pm. Bingo at 8.15pm / Films from 8.45pm. £3 entry fee. This time around, the films are:

- Dogtown and Z-Boys (2001, Directed by Stacy Peralta)
Using a mix of film of the Zephyr skateboard team shot in the 1970's by Craig Stecyk and more recent interviews, this documentary tells the story of a radical group of teenage surfer/skateboarders and their influence on the history of skateboarding culture.

- Uncommon Ideals (Directed by Chris Mclean)
Stories from the North Sea. From the fjords to lochs. From brown to blue. Surfing's sepia dipped North Sea tales foretold... Uncommon Ideals is part of a larger project called the Chronicles of Doggerland, a fascinating series of film work to document North Sea surfing. This short film is an exhilirating example of the sport in all it's extreme beauty and drama.

1 comments:

CHRIS said...

Oh this looks awesome

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