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Saturday 03 October 2015 sees the return of the Bristol Surf Film Festival in association with Spoke & Stringer and Reef.

This year promises another exciting line up of international and world class films, with additional exhibitions celebrating the creative side of surf culture. Festival goers will experience a day and evening of film, both feature length and short, Q and As with artists, music, food and drink.

Andrew Cotton and Eric Rebiere as well as a host of representatives from top surf brands will be on hand to answer questions from big wave bashing to the latest surf trends for 2016.

Taking place in the hub of the PaintWorks, Bristol’s ‘creative quarter’, the Bristol Surf Film Festival is an entirely independent event that aims to support charities and organisations that represent the grass-roots surf culture.

‘We are creating an event inspired by Bristol’s innovation, cultural expression and independent ethos. A festival that brings together and celebrates surf culture, creating something that people can connect with in a city tied to the sea with a passion for surfing’. Event organiser Hugh Johnson told Drift.

The carefully selected line-up includes entries from international hit releases such as Bear Island (Wegge Bros) and The Fjord by Bean Weiland, to independent UK productions such us Tom Bottom’s Alombre and Sam Glazebrook’s How to Road Trip.

Tickets cost £15 and can be purchased at

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