Surf Zone

Surf Zone

Surf Zone is a movie starring Brandon Bunting, Emily Corbitt, and Don Craig. Surfing is one of the more popular global sports. It is estimated there are between 17 and 23 million surfers worldwide in more than 70 countries. These...

Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Kasey Eunice
Writer
Craig Scott Rosebraugh
Actors
Emily Corbitt, Don Craig, Brandon Bunting, Roy Crump
Country
USA
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Surf Zone» (17)

Lori Dixon avatar
Lori Dixon

Surfing is one of the more popular global sports. It is estimated there are between 17 and 23 million surfers worldwide in more than 70 countries. These numbers continue to grow every year as the sport increases in popularity. Surfing however is a relatively new sport in terms of popularity compared to other leisure sports like tennis and golf. These sports have been around for hundreds of years. So when and where did surfing start becoming so popular. Most surfing historians agree that a single event in 1959 was the catalyst that initiated the surge in the popularity of surfing. This event however was just a spark that ignited a wave of addiction. This event and subsequent surge in the popularity could not have been possible without several critical pre-existing conditions. These conditions and factors included the location, the technology, the culture, the media and the influence of the aerospace industry. After 1959, several key events occurred that influenced the surfing lifestyle and culture. Some of these events where based on media, the surf industry and demographics. Most of these events increased the numbers of surfers while a few decreased the number of surfers. There were also several key technology events that dramatically changed surfing and continue to influence surfing even to this day.

Randy B. avatar
Randy B.

This movie is Documentary the way it was meant to be: intelligent, thought-provoking, and exciting.

Laura H. avatar
Laura H.

I enjoyed it. A sweet story.

Anna avatar
Anna

How movies are supposed to end!!

Catherine avatar
Catherine

This was an absolutely beautiful movie. Emily Corbitt gives stunning perforce.

Alan E. avatar
Alan E.

Craig Scott Rosebraugh story is brought to the screen with great elegance and excitement.

Ronald avatar
Ronald

Nice film! The storyline was strong all the way and it never loses itself or goes over-the-top. The acting from Don Craig and Emily Corbitt is both epic and really awesome!

Harold P. avatar
Harold P.

I've lost count of the number of times I have seen this movie, but it is more than 20.