July 1–August 2
The Honolulu Surf Film Festival turns 10! The lineup of films old and new includes in-depth documentaries on today’s biggest surf talents, creative and comedic ventures, and psychedelic odysseys. Each Thursday night, we honor the history of surf filmmaking with classics selections, including a free screening of John Severson’s Pacific Vibrations. Throughout the month, vote for your favorite surf films during the screenings and we’ll announce the winners of the audience-choice awards before our closing-night screening of Bud Browne’s Going Surfin’.
Special thanks to Eric Walden and Anna Trent Moore.
Film tickets: $12 | $10 museum members
Opening reception: July 1, 6-7:30pm: Join us as we kick off a month of surf films. Ticket includes live music and pūpū. Beer, wine and soft drinks available for purchase. Proximity screens at 7:30pm followed by a post-screening discussion with director Taylor Steele moderated by local surfer and journalist Daniel Ikaika Ito. $30 | $25 museum members.
Closing reception: July 30, 6-7:30pm: As is tradition, we close the festival with a classic film and on-stage discussion by Hawai‘i surf legends. Ticket includes live music and pūpū. Drinks are available for purchase. A short film on Bud Browne by Ira Opper will be shown before the presentation of the featured film Going Surfin’, at 7:30pm. $30 | $25 museum members.