69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay NSW 2481
Leviathan Ages – High up amongst craggy hilltops sits an ancient, powerful and imposing temple. Bound in ancient celestial ballet, nine long dead Kings arise to claim a fallen Emperor.
Ma forêt – With the view of a child, travel through the forest to discover its magic, its mysteries and its meetings.
Zima – A portrait of winter – a journey through north Russia and Siberia, people who cope with one of the world’s hardest climates; the boundary between life and death is sometimes non-existent.
Na Pogled (On Sight) – Leon is planning a secret solo ascent in the Julian Alps that no one has done before. Suddenly the evening news report stops him. A friend has been seriously injured in the Himalayas. He is stunned and now has considerable doubt regarding his own project.
Bricolage – What can we transform when we notice the smaller things around us? Author Kerri Smith (Wreck This Journal) takes us on a journey of creative discovery.
North For The Winter – An intimate portrayal of a Father and Son’s surfing relationship, from the harsh Tasmanian waters, to the glistening blue of Byron Bay. Jay Johannesen tells of how he has a lifestyle that has enabled him to live in Tasmania during summer and Byron in winter.
The Fortune Wild – A small group of surfers set out to seek their own kind of riches on some of the most remote beaches of the Canadian coast. Surfing, camping and foraging for food on the area’s unspoiled beaches, the three surfers step away from the modern world and into a quieter, more attuned and more self-sufficient existence.
Nordfor Sola (North Of The Sun) – Inge and Jørn spent a cold, Norwegian winter in the isolated and uninhabited bay of a remote, arctic island. There they built a cabin out of driftwood and other cast-off materials and ate expired food the stores would otherwise have thrown away. But the boys brought with them two items of utmost importance: their surfboards – the biggest motivation for the arctic adventure. For the remote bay holds a well-kept secret; some of the world’s finest surfing waves.
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