Makai Side: A History of Hawaiian Surfing Documentary

Screen Shot 2018-10-24 at 3.14.29 PMWith all new footage of Gerry Lopez and a bonus feature at the end, Makai Side: A History of Hawaiian Surfing Documentary is back! 5,000 views and going strong.

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Reviews:

Pacific Longboarder:

“Talk about complete.”

The Inertia Magazine:

“This one takes a deep dive into surfing history.”

“Niiiiice Philip! Not what is usually churned out there for us all.”

– Kimi Kann

“This movie is the surf bible. This is original spirit. Great mahalo for sharing.”

– Yone Cauden-Vaiagina:

Now Live on Youtube, Makai Side: A History of Hawaiian Surfing

Hawaiian Surfing history from the beginning; covering depictions of 18th century surfers by British artists aboard trade ships through Duke Kahanamoku, highlights of the 20s and 30s, Makaha and Hawaiian Culture in the 40s, the accomplishments by the heavies in the 50s and 60s, the innovations of the 70s, and the power surfers of the eighties.

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