Past Event – Tickets for 17th Annual Surf Movie Night
The Pacific Beach Coalition and the San Pedro Surf Club present:
Of Wind and Waves, the Life of Woody Brown
Join us for the 17th annual Surf Movie Night Fundraiser featuring the captivating documentary “Of Wind and Waves.” This film is a tribute to the legendary Woody Brown, an icon of surfing, sailing, and soaring.
We will have the privilege of hosting two special guests for open Q&A:
– Director and Producer David L. Brown
– Jeffrey Sellon, son of Woody Brown
Friday, February 9th 2024
2 Shows: 6PM & 8:30PM
@ Mildred Owen Concert Hall
1220 Linda Mar Blvd, Pacifica CA 94044
Buy Your Tickets Online Now $20
6PM SHOW => Closed
8:30PM SHOW => Closed
Sale will end Thursday, February 8th at 5PM.
You can also buy your ticket directly through Zeffy here in case of formatting issues.
Buy Tickets at the Door $25
A limited amount of tickets will be available at the door for both shows based on occupancy. We do sell out every year so we recommend that you get your tickets in advance online.
Shows, Location and Other Details
As usual, we will have 2 shows. The first one at 6PM and the second one at 8:30PM.
It is an in-person event happening in Pacifica at the Mildred Owen Concert Hall. Seating is limited so buying your tickets in advance is highly recommended.
Refreshments and popcorn will be available to purchase. Please bring cash.
Parking is free but also limited so we encourage carpooling.
More About this Year’s Movie
“Of Wind and Waves” is a documentary that delves into the extraordinary life of Woody Brown, a 92-year-old adventurer, innovator and surfing legend, who profoundly impacted the world of sailing and soaring. This film highlights Woody’s significant contributions to the surfing world, including pioneering modern surfing techniques and his deep bond with the Hawaiian surfing community. Alongside his surfing achievements, Woody is celebrated for inventing the modern catamaran and setting world gliding records. His life story weaves through personal triumphs and sorrows, including the profound loss of his wife and the eventual reunion with his estranged son. This narrative and archival footage not only captures Woody’s adventurous spirit, generosity and simplicity but also portrays the rich Hawaiian culture and the enduring spirit of aloha. Woody’s journey is a testament to the impactful fusion of surfing with a life lived in harmony with nature and offers an insightful look into healthy aging and cross-cultural appreciation.
“Powerfully moving.”G. Allen Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle
“Sometimes thrilling, often inspirational…the highly satisfying tale of a man whose dedication to nature, simplicity, freedom and fun provide inspiration for all.”Leslie Katz, San Francisco Examiner
“This endearing one-hour profile of big-wave legend and nonagenarian free spirit, Woody Brown, succeeds in transcending the sports-doc genre by tapping into its subject’s knack for aging joyfully… His generosity of spirit is impossible to resist.”Michael Fox, San Francisco Weekly
“A captivating story abut a man whose outlook on life is infectious and inspiring…the best kick-in-the-pants since Lester Burnham quit his job in American Beauty.”The Onion
Of Wind and Waves presents the truly inspirational tale of the 94-years-young surfing, gliding and sailing legend, Woody Brown. Full of timeless advice and captivating stories, this bio-documentary from San Francisco’s David L. Brown tells the story of one of surfing’s most overlooked legends. There are true gems of wisdom hidden in this movie that are rewarding for all.Santa Barbara Independent
“It would be hard to imagine a more epic, thrilling life, and it’s a good thing that award-winning filmmaker David Brown was there to put the pieces together in a new one-hour documentary.”Stuart Coleman, Honolulu Weekly
Of Wind and Waves Credits
Produced, written and directed by David L. Brown; Videography by Steven Baigel, David L. Brown, Vicente Franco and Judy Irving; Edited by David L. Brown, Steven Baigel, and Gina Librecht; Sound recording by Jaime Kibben, Randy Mills; Narration by Steve Pezman; Music by Tom Disher, Sons of Hawai’i, Gabby Pahinui, Genoa Keawe, Ray Kane, Keola Beamer.
Big thanks to the Pedro Point Surf Club, Earth Capades and to our premier sponsor, Recology of the Coast.
Beers will be served thanks to Blue Ocean Brewing.
And thank YOU for supporting Earth Day and our annual programs to keep our beaches and ocean clean, restore habitat and connect people to the earth!