The Wavescape Surf Film festival, the largest international surf film festival of its kind, will start in Cape Town on 9 December on Clifton 4th Beach, with further screenings at the Brass Bell, Kalk Bay from 11 to 14 December and the Labia Cinema between 15 and 19 December.
The festival runs for three weeks and will screen 23 of the latest surfing, adventure and environmental films from around the world, including the official premiere of Surfing and Sharks, co-produced by Wavescape.
Other films in the line-up includes The Africa Project from South African cinematographer Jason Hearn and Thirty Thousand, which won best music soundtrack at the New York Surf Film Festival.
The festival will also premiere the bodyboarding film Contrast by a Cape Town crew starring Mark McCarthy, Andre Botha, and Jared Housten.
For more information, visit www.wavescape.co.za.