Boardheads: a movie for all watermen

"BoardHeads" will make it's premiere at the Newport Beach Film Festival, Sunday, April 25, at 1:30pm. "BoardHeads" is a feature length documentary on the fascinating cultures of BoardRiders around the world, and how we're all connected.

Not only Surfers, but SkateBoarders, SnowBoarders, WindSurfers, WakeBoarders and KiteSurfers…anyone riding any board on every conceivable surface is a BoardHead! We all share the stoke of boardriding and that's what makes us a Global Tribe. Even bodyboarders, sandboarders, skimboarders, skysurfers and gamers are part of the clan.

"BoardHeads" features real world shredders and action sports superstars including Kelly Slater, Greg Noll, Tony Hawk, Shaun White, Robby Naish, Kevin Langeree and Shaun Tomson. Its been filmed in DV and Hi-Def over the last six years at hot spots around the world: Hawaii, Aruba, California, Australia, South Africa, Brazil, New Zealand, Italy, France, Switzerland, Dominican Republic, Bonaire and many more awesome locations thanks to the help of a global team of shooters.


Canelle Bulard: surfing in junior waves

Cannelle Bulard (REU) won the ASP Grade-1 Breti’ Girls Pro Junior today at the famous reef break of La Sauzaie in the town of Bretignolles-Sur-Mer, France. Bulard, who finished atop a four-woman final to claim the 2010 ASP European Women’s Junior season opener, was the best throughout a short nonetheless intense day of competition grabbing the regional ratings’ lead.

Bulard, who had to battle on her backhand in the small waves on offer, stepped-up to take the lead early in the 35-minute decider thanks to the two best waves of the final battle.


Roydon Bryson: Lord of the Waves

Lord Royden Bryson has won the O’Neill Cold Water Classic Scotland 2010 in epic Thurso East conditions.

“Really?! I am a Lord?” asked Royden. “I had no idea! I was just so happy with the ASP ratings points and the $20,000 from this competition as well as that highland sword. That’s amazing that I have land and am a Lord!”

South African Royden and Brazilian Yuri Sodre – now also Lord Yuri - paddled out for the final heat of this 2010 competition in 6 foot Thurso East, with the sun shining and a gentle offshore wind blowing.