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RUNTIME: 104mins Director: Tim Bonython Release date: 2012 Format: PAL

 

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Synopsis

IMMERSION THE MOVIE (WINNER of BEST FEATURE & BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY at 2013 New York Surf Film Festival, WINNER of AUDIENCE AWARD at 2013 International Surf Film Festival Anglet, WINNER of BEACON AWARD & AUDIENCE AWARD at 2012 Maui Film Festival, NOMINATED for the Australian Surfing Awards HALL OF FAME) is a feature length surf film directed by Tim Bonython. Filmed over a period of 7 years, it showcases surfing in all it’s different forms, across some of the world’s best and most beautiful surfing hotspots, immersing you into one of the world’s great sports.
IMMERSION the movie looks at every genre of surfing. It’s not all big waves and boards! The film covers all aspects of the sport – from body surfing and body boarding, surf ski, long boarding and even the new stand up paddle boarding – through interviews with its athletes, cameramen and film editors to give you a personal insight into What Is Surfing?
IMMERSION features some of surfing’s greatest talents and personalities, and takes you to some of the world’s most isolated, notorious and picturesque surfing locations. Immersion will take you to Teahupo’o, Fiji, Hawaii and Australia to witness some of the best sessions of surfing documented to date. Described by many as the “best surf movie ever”, IMMERSION is an intense sight and sound experience, a “must see” for surfing enthusiasts of all tastes, generations and walks of life! Watch it now

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