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What the Sea Gives Me screens Saturday, July 19

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What the Sea Gives Me

Local “surfumentarians” and co-founders of the San Diego Surf Film Festival, Pierce and Petra Kavanagh, will premiere their latest film, What the Sea Gives Me, Saturday, July 19 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla.

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The co-founders of the San Diego Surf Film Festival, Pierce & Petra Kavanaugh, once again join forces with writer/editor Geoffrey Smart on what ostensibly amounts to a surfumentary in the guise of an educational doc. Kavanaugh and company invite a dozen hydrophilics to freely riff on the title. The participants include everyone from a photographer, artist, and fisherman to a shark-tagger and one-legged surfer. It opens on a faded, jumpy print of a locally shot classroom scare film heralding the coming of climate change, but eventually the slick, ever-present background score and numerous surfing breaks help to dilute the waters of an otherwise immersive series of testimonials.

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Kavanagh and company invite a dozen hydrophilics from Oahu to India to freely riff on the topic of liquid nirvana. According to the producers, the film “offers a personal and inspiring look through the eyes of those who thrive under the most extreme oceanic conditions, those who ensure the proper care of the oceans for future generations, and those who derive a simple, pure joy from the sea.”

Filmmakers and featured interview subjects will be on hand for a post-show Q&A.

All-access pass holders are bound to get a big bang for their 25 bucks. Between 5 pm to 9 pm, guests will be treated to screenings of all of the 2014 award winners that played the SDSFF. A ticket to What the Sea Gives Me, which hits the screen at 9 pm, is $15.

For more information visit sandiegosurffilmfestival.com.

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What the Sea Gives Me

Local “surfumentarians” and co-founders of the San Diego Surf Film Festival, Pierce and Petra Kavanagh, will premiere their latest film, What the Sea Gives Me, Saturday, July 19 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla.

Movie

What the Sea Gives Me **

thumbnail

The co-founders of the San Diego Surf Film Festival, Pierce & Petra Kavanaugh, once again join forces with writer/editor Geoffrey Smart on what ostensibly amounts to a surfumentary in the guise of an educational doc. Kavanaugh and company invite a dozen hydrophilics to freely riff on the title. The participants include everyone from a photographer, artist, and fisherman to a shark-tagger and one-legged surfer. It opens on a faded, jumpy print of a locally shot classroom scare film heralding the coming of climate change, but eventually the slick, ever-present background score and numerous surfing breaks help to dilute the waters of an otherwise immersive series of testimonials.

Find showtimes

Kavanagh and company invite a dozen hydrophilics from Oahu to India to freely riff on the topic of liquid nirvana. According to the producers, the film “offers a personal and inspiring look through the eyes of those who thrive under the most extreme oceanic conditions, those who ensure the proper care of the oceans for future generations, and those who derive a simple, pure joy from the sea.”

Filmmakers and featured interview subjects will be on hand for a post-show Q&A.

All-access pass holders are bound to get a big bang for their 25 bucks. Between 5 pm to 9 pm, guests will be treated to screenings of all of the 2014 award winners that played the SDSFF. A ticket to What the Sea Gives Me, which hits the screen at 9 pm, is $15.

For more information visit sandiegosurffilmfestival.com.

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