Catching Waves

If your only entry into the world of surf films is Blue Crush, then you have a lot to watch. As fun as the movie is, a true surf film, it is not. No o
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If your only entry into the world of surf films is Blue Crush, then you have a lot to watch. As fun as the movie is, a true surf film, it is not. No o

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If your only entry into the world of surf films is Blue Crush, then you have a lot to watch. As fun as the movie is, a true surf film, it is not. No offense, Kate B. May we suggest adding Roxy's latest documentary project to the top of your list? We got a chance to see a screening of filmmakers Tiffany Campbell and Andria Lessler's Dear and Yonder this weekend in Montauk and it is hella cool. It follows an amazingly eclectic group of women surfers and delves into their experiences. There are Roxy pro riders, old footage of past greats, and more obscure stories like sea captain Liz Clark who used wind power to sail basically around the world looking for the best waves.

The cinematography and music are also pretty damn sweet. So if you aren't a big surfer, we think you'll totally dig it. Because honestly, ladies who shred are never really anything less than awesome. We just wish we weren't so bad at it. The summer tour of the film is still on, so check out their site to see if it's coming anywhere near you.