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The ReSurf Project and World Wide Mind Films for the Screening of the Australian Feature Film "Drift", released to critical acclaim in Australia starring Sam Worthington and Myles Pollard.
The ReSurf Project in collaboration with Timothy Duffy the Producer of the Movie "Drift", have created this event to support the ReSurf efforts to enable diadvantaged youth in impoverished communities using surfing as their tool to develop real world skills and self esteem.
This exciting action packed film tell the story of the surf industry pioneers in the early 70s. Drift trailer http://www.traileraddict.com/trailer/drift-2013/feature-trailer
to learn more about the ReSurf Project watch a 2 minute trailer video at www.resurfproject.org
The ReSurf Project comes to Long Beach High School to rebuild the Long Beach Surf Club. This past year Hurricane Sandy took its toll on Long Beach and its high school students. The damage to morale and and equipment was two fold to Long Beach Surf Club with the their beloved surf mentor, teacher and coach with Danny Bobis's untimely passing the previous July while surfing in Indonesia.
Come enjoy an evening of cinematic surf filled fun, while helping those less fortunate. at the The Park — Long Beach's newest and largest Sports Bar with 80" screen throughout the facility - along with food and drink.
•.Offer Ding Repair Classes and Material so the children will maintain their boards and learn how to fix other peoples boards
•Film Classes and Film Equipment including Computers with editing software. We teach the children how to produce and edit their own films.
•Help implement a Surf Club at the High. The Club will be lead by the Schools staff and the students, along side with the ReSurf Project team. This project will is more than fun and esteem building, It will bring real world skills to the kids of Long Beach including, Cinematography and Film Making, Graphic Design, Surf Instruction, Ocean Safety, Polymer Crafting, and other significant talents.
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The ReSurf Project
ReSurf is restoring life and passion to underprivileged children through surfing.
Resurf mentorship programs have proven that Surfing, unlike any other sport has the power to change a life. Surfing is a challenging sport that requires focus, discipline and drive. You simply cannot just paddle out and stand up on a board. It takes commitment, persistence and the passion to succeed. For many underprivileged children these simple but invaluable life lessons have unfortunately never been taught. Resurf programs provide children with the necessary tools to lead a positive and productive life.
Working with children from public schools, local community centers and religious institutions; Resurf programs refurbish donated surf boards, uniquely decorate them with the help of local artists, teach surfing and set up surf clubs. These surf clubs are maintained by our staff and eventually run by the local participating children as a continuing program for future generations.
To date over 150 children have participated in Resurf programs around the world. Our goal is to positively change the lives of as many children as there are surfboards.