Slow Dance: Craig Anderson by the eyes of Dane Reynolds

"Slow Dance" is the latest adventure by modern surf filmmaker and free-spirited surfer Dane Reynolds.

They say it's a modern approach with hints to the past. "Slow Dance" follows Craig Anderson as he travels to Australia, Chile, India, West Africa and Tahiti.

Dane attempts to unravel Craig's perspective on his role as a professional surfer and Craig provides vague glimpses into his psyche. The best part: it's a 30-minute color surf movie.

However, what does become clear is that Craig's approach to surfing and his outlook on life is truly unique. Add a few shots by Occy and Rob Machado and you're done.

One question remains answered. Could Dane and Craig be surfing twins? Find for yourself. "Slow Dance" is premiered on the 20th July, 2013, at Huntington Beach, California.

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