Below The Surface: is it Victor Fernandez?

Andre Paskowski has started to film the ambitious windsurf movie named "Below The Surface". The premiere is scheduled to Sylt, in September 2013.

Andre Paskowski is never quiet or in holiday mode. After releasing the "Rewarded" movie, in which close friend and five-times Freestyle world champion Jose Gollito Estredo is the main star, the German rider prepares a new work of art.

The filmmaker promises to capture the finest windsurfing moments by Victor Fernandez and friends. "Below the Surface", it's wave sailing time.

The new movie will feature five great wave riding spots from around the world. Andre's high class video pictures are exciting the whole windsurfing community.

"The time has come. I am super happy that in my very difficult situation I am able to go for one more big DVD, hull HD project. It just all came nice together. A nice team, the support of my girlfriend and fully motivated riders made the decision totally easy", explains Andre Paskowski.

Since diagnosed with cancer, Andre had to put his sportive career on hold in 2010. Filming brought a new meaning to his life and so Andre became one of the most successful producers in the windsurfing movie scene.

"Wet and Salty" (2004), "Flashback" and "Four Dimensions" (2009) are the names of his first remarkable films. The definitive breakthrough was achieved by "Minds Wide Open" (2011), "Magic Moments" and "Rewarded" (2012).

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