Stephanie In The Water: showing us her new home

"Stephanie In The Water" is an intimate portrait of Gilmore's surfing career. The film dissects the good and bad moments in the life of the Australian star.

She needs no introduction. Those who follow professional surfing have seen how she glides over salted waters.

Stephanie Gilmore's unique style has been translated into five world surfing titles.

She started conquering the globe at 17 and completely dominated the sport for four years until a violent turn of events abruptly ended her winning streak.

Gilmore was stabbed by a lunatic man on her doorstep.

"Stephanie in the Water" Gilmore's return to the top, after a psychological recovery, through the eyes of Ava Warbrick, an Australian-born, New York-based visual artist and filmmaker.

"It just switches on. It comes from the inside. I can't help it." Stephanie Gilmore breathes surfing, and we need her out in the line-up.

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