The Seawolf

Montreal

September 14, 2017

17:00

Le Virage MTL

Triple Outdoor Programming

Join us at Le Virage MTL for a festive evening in a unique setting of an old railway station, also known as the urban laboratory! An evening produced by SERJJ and presented by Reef, in collaboration with OuiSurf and Bière Boréale!

Music, food and beer

For the evening program, a 5@7 with the acoustic sound of the composer & folk interpreter James Forest, a photo exhibition presented by Reef, corn roast, European hot dog* and boreal beer, will be followed by the projections of Perilous Sea, Island Earth and The Seawolf.

Realized with and by surf pros of the big Reef family, this triple programming highlights the coexistence between the prowess of pro surfers in the remote glacial waters and their sensitivity to the preservation of the most beautiful territories of this world, particularly in the face of abuses in agricultural practices.

Evening Programming

17h30 – 19h30:
– Photo exhibition presented by Reef
– Acoustic performance by the composer, James Forest
– Hot dog, corn roast, and Boréale beer!

*MOVIES*
– 20h00 : Perilous Sea, Mike Bromley and Ryan Meichtry
– 20h30 : Island Earth, Cyrus Sutton
– 21h30 : The Seawolf, Ben Gulliver

Place : Le Virage, 400 Avenue Atlantic, Montreal, QC H2V 1A5

20h00 – Perilous Sea by Mike Bromley and Ryan Meichtry

Inspired by the classic maritime novels about the cruel and dark North Atlantic, Perilous Sea follows a group of professional surfers around the different frozen and rugged corners of the North. Striving to be the first surf film to take place entirely in the North Atlantic the film is complete after three years of production. “Perilous Sea” was shot on location in Iceland, the Canadian Maritimes and Ireland.

20h30 – Island Earth by Cyrus Sutton

A rich tale of a young indigenous scientist’s struggle for truth between science and tradition as he enters an industry that many feel is threatening his homeland. His complex journey through the corn fields of GMO companies to the loi patches of traditional Hawaiian elders reveals modern truths and ancient values that could save our future.

Island Earth marks the ninth film by Cyrus Sutton, known for his documentaries on the art of living, such as Stoke and Broke, as well as on topics such as permaculture and the environment, and through which he strives to bring solutions to the big screen.

21h30 : The Seawolf by Ben Gulliver

The Seawolf follows eight surfers on a two-year journey, as they travelled to the furthest corners of the globe in search of clips and driven to make a cold water feature surf film that is more about surfing than the adventure of exploring in the cold.