Bruce Brown is widely known to have been the innovator of modern-day surf films.
The California filmmaker who directed "The Endless Summer" continues to fill seats around the world.
"A Life of Endless Summers: The Bruce Brown Story" is a feature-length movie about the legendary director.
Written, directed, and produced by Dana Brown, this film features a look back at the famous filmmaker, his career, his friends, family, and the nexus of surf filmmaking.
A Legendary Surf Filmmaker
The flick features the likes of Hobie Alter, Gerry Lopez, Jack O'Neill, Kenny Roberts, Chad McQueen, Mert Lawwill, and a slew of other notable surf and motto dignitaries.
"We are excited to be able to offer this fantastic film to our audiences at this unique time of transition," notes Henry C. Lystad, director of operations at Adventure Entertainment.
"As we are all starting to carefully and conscientiously re-open for business, 'A Life of Endless Summers' is just the type of uplifting story film that we need now."
The documentary about Bruce Brown reveals details about the man, the husband, the father, and the pioneer filmmaker he was for five decades.
His filmography also includes "Slippery When Wet" (1958), "Surf Crazy" (1959), "Barefoot Adventure" (1960), "Surfing Hollow Days" (1961), "Waterlogged" (1962), and "The Endless Summer II" (1994).
"A Life of Endless Summers: The Bruce Brown Story" will be released on digital platforms and select theaters.