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Last Thursday night kicked off the 4th Annual New York Surf Film Festival. Great night had by all, starting off with Kai Neville’s Lost Atlas, as well as a question & answer session with him afterwards. The crowd really filled into Stand4 Burger where the party was going down next door after that and the night rocked on from there. People danced and enjoyed the free Brugal Rum and free hamburgers that were both flowing like wine. Skullcandy’s own NYC DJ Mr. Empanadaman destroyed the turntables and repeatedly received rounds and rounds of applause for his master selections throughout the night.
Friday Night of the New York Surf Film Festival came back in a big way featuring the premier’s of Rumours a film about finding waves in Mexico, Bono, a documentary about the tidal bore found deep in Sumatra along with Lost & Found, which documents the discovery of 30,000 b&w surf photos found at a flea market in California. A packed crowd filed in & out of the East Village Cinema all night and into Stand4 Burger for the second night in a row. DJ Empanadaman held it down again and had the biggest crowd of the event dancing till the wee hours of the morning.
Saturday Night, the 3rd & final night of the surf film fest was totally sold out as the first two nights were. In part due to the premiere of Keith Malloy’s Come Hell or HIghwater and the Q&A he did afterwards. Along with this premiere, Globe’s Year Zero made it’s debut and a great documentary called Splinters, about the longest left in the world, Chicama. As the first two nights would have great migrations of people from East Village Cinema to Stand4 Burger and vica versa, so did Saturday Night. People came in early and often for the Brugal & Burgers and always came back after their movie to dance along to the amazing reggae tracks our DJ Empanadaman had in store for the crowd that night.
Big shout to Morgan, Stand4 Burger posse; Peter, George, Larry, Jason, and Jesslyn, East Village Cinema, Surfing Magazine, and all the directors & producers that came through to support their respective flicks.
Until next year.