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Wednesday, October 24, 2007

One California Day at American Theater

Our thoughts go out to those who have lost so much during the wildfires in California. At a time like this, we felt like we should concentrate energy on all of the amazing things about the state, like its thriving surf culture.

One California Day: A Collection of Stories About the California Surfing Experiences, a documentary by Mark Jeremias and Jason Baffa, premieres tomorrow night (Thursday) at the American Theater (446 King Street) for just two shows: 7 pm and 9 pm. Tickets ($10 each) are ONLY available at the door prior to the show.

The stunning visual journey travels through six distinct coastal regions, capturing the California surfing experience through the senses of seven surfers who live it. Shot in brilliant super 16mm color film, One California Day looks at the unique relationship surfers have with California and its magical waters.


Joe Curren

Jimmy Gamboa

Tyler Hatzikian

Alex Knost

Chris Malloy

Dane Perlee

Joel Tudor

Tyler Warren

Concessions, including popcorn, soft drinks and a full bar, are available before and during the show. And, as if the stunning visuals weren't enough, the soundtrack for the film is sick. (That's me, using the lingo.)

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