Shelter Surf Presents “Get Stoked Tour” Film Fest at The Art Theatre

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Shelter Surf Shop is proud to present 3 great films in one weekend at the Art Theatre of Long Beach, Friday August 20 – Sunday August 22nd! The “Get Stoked Tour” Features The World Premier of Cyrus Sutton’s new film, “Stoked And Broke” on Saturday, August 21st @ 9pm. Also screening: “One California Day”, Friday August 20th @9pm and “Stylemasters”, Sunday August 22nd @ 9pm.

PLUS: Join us at Shelter for a FREE Pre-Screening Event on Saturday @ 6pm featuring a live musical performance by The Black Apples, Blue Tarp Surfing and a Kourdoroy TV Short Film Festival! Refreshments will be provided courtesy of Shelter Surf Shop and the Get Stoked Tour sponsors.

• Friday August 20th 9 PM – “One California Day”
• Saturday August 21st 9 PM – “Stoked and Broke” World Premier!
• Sunday August 22nd 9 PM – “Stylemasters”

Cost: $10 Per Movie or Get a weekend Pass to See All Three for $20!

About the movies:

“One California Day”: Follow the lives of eight California surfers in the newly released film, “One California Day.” Produced by Builde Worldwide, and Co-Directed by Mark Jeremias (maker of DRIVE) and Jason Baffa (maker of Singlefin:Yellow), this super 16mm film stars Joel Tudor, Chris Malloy, Alex Knost, Tyler Warren, Jimmy Gamboa, Joe Curren, Dane Perlee, and Tyler Hatzikian, with special appearances by Skip Frye, Dan and Keith Malloy, Tom Curren, Gerg Noll, and Lance Carson

“Stoked And Broke”: Cyrus Sutton and Ryan Burch set out on a nine day staycation with their handmade bamboo rickshaws. In the old times, rickshaws were mainly used as means of transportation for the social elite. Well for these two, the elite has become a bunch of gear: boards, handplanes, foam, fins, camping gear, and no cash. As Cyrus and Ryan make their way from Encinitas to Point Loma by foot, they will be surfing, camping, and finding interesting characters along the way who are “stoked and broke.”

“Stylemasters”: This documentation of performance surfing on the North Shore from 1977 to 1979 takes you on a journey back to a free era of change, when boards became shorter and movements more radical. A time when style was being redefined and there were no limits to where surfing could go. Discover just how big of an effect the past has had on the modern world of surfing in a retro-minded documentary that takes a trip back to the time when style was in a state of transition and the only limits were the height of the waves. By speaking candidly with such surf legends as Gerry Lopez, Peter “PT” Townend, Spyder Wills, Dan Merkel, and “Buttons” Kaluhiokalani, filmmakers find out just how surfing has changed over the last few decades, and also find out what may be in store for the future of the popular beach sport.

For Information and Tickets, Visit:
Shelter Surf Shop, 2148 East 4th Street – Long Beach, CA 90814-1003 – (562) 342-4401, or The Art Theater – 2025 East 4th Street – Long Beach, CA 90814-1001 – (562) 438-5435

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