There’s a lot of surf action coming up in September and it’s looking as though mid month for anyone who’s in to all things surfing, the Outer Banks is the place to be.
Maybe it’s not really “action” but the Surfalorous Film Festival sponsored by the Dare County Arts Council is coming back for its second year September 15-17.
The movies span the gamut of independent film making—there are some two minute shorts, a few that are a little longer and a couple of feature length films.
A couple of local businesses are screening the movies as well as the DCAC Gallery in Manteo. We’re posting a schedule below.
It’s an amateur competition, but the level of surfing, especially from the masters, longboards particularly, and juniors on shortboards is astonishing.
The Easterns is the East Coast Championship competition for the Eastern Surf Association, an amateur surf association that bills itself as the largest amateur surfing association in the world. The organization has been around for 40 years, and it probably does have more members and does more for them than any other organization.
Surfalorus Film Festival Schedule
Thursday, September 15- Outer Banks Brewing Station
Doors: 7pm Screening: 7:30pm
The Man & The Sea
Austin Keen Wakesurf
Creators: Leah Dawson
Yeti Presents: The Malloy Brothers
Surf N Turf
Feature Film: Psychic Migrations- 9pm
Friday, September 16- Dare County Arts Council
Southeastern NC Surfing
Feature Film: It Ain’t Pretty- 8:30pm
Saturday, September 17- Front Porch Cafe in Nags Head
The Adventures of Nasasa
Saturday, September 17- Outer Banks Brewing Station
Doors: 7:30pm Screening: 8:00pm
Junk in Public – H2O Patrol
Beauty and Chaos
The Joy of Surfing
Cold Outside: Surfing Winter
The More Things Change
Feature Film: The Zone- 10pm