- 26 March 2013 | Surfing
The best Brazilian surfers of the 21st century have entered "Delirium: A Trip of Madness", a surf movie by Pablo Aguiar.
Gabriel Medina, Miguel Pupo, Alejo Muniz, Adriano de Souza, Jean da Silva, Thiago Camarão and many other riders are on their way to glory. The path towards a world surfing title is a ancient Brazilian dream. Are they ready for it?
"Delirium: A Trip of Madness" is a full-length surf movie showcasing the best generation of Brazilian surfing. Pablo Aguiar shot the film in stylish colors, with an eco-friendly and surf performance drive.
"It's about surf performance, but also brings in its DNA a spark of conscience. It speaks on preserving nature, saving our water and so, through testimonials and conceptual shooting; it is a movie about us, humans, and our planet", Aguiar explains.
The footage was shot in some of the world's best surf spots: Australia, Fiji, Mentawai, Balneário Camboriú, Bali, Fernando de Noronha, New Zealand and California.
The director of "Delirium: A Trip of Madness" used multiple formats: Canon's DSLRs 5D and 7D, Panasonic HPX-170 and even a Super 8 camera.