The "Strange Rumblings" of surfing in Iceland

February 15, 2013 | Surfing
Strange Rumblings: Iceland has waves and glaciers

"Strange Rumblings" is the surf movie about the freezing experience of riding waves in Iceland, where the average water temperature is of 7 degrees Celsius.

For the Vikings, it is the land of fire. A remote place. Iceland is a small island tormented by driving winds and pounding waves. Glaciers are everywhere.

"Strange Rumblings" is Globe's new adventure on the big screen. Dion Agius, Nate Tyler, Damien Hobgood, CJ Hobgood, Taj Burrow, Yadin Nicol and Brendon Gibbens tasted the ice creams available in the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans.

Directed by Joe G, the surf film reunites the award winning team that produced "Year Zero". Surfing Iceland in winter days is not for all, but the weather challenge got all onboard.

There's whale meat, icy lakes, treacherous cliffs, illuminated skies and hidden waves. "Strange Rumblings" is shot in brilliant super 16mm film and the secrets of the film will be delivered throughout the year.

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