Surfer presents: Strange Paradise

Surfer presents: Strange Paradise

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Surfer presents: Strange Paradise

Once you float down from the empty-wave rapture at the sight of these three setups in North Indo, filmmaker Gabriel Novis — the creative brawn behind 2016’s Brazil-centric Sorria, as well as the cinematic muscle for South American talents like Yago Dora, Jesse Mendes, Ian Gouveia, Mateus Herdy, and more — is going surfing. He told us that watching Mikala Jones, Alex Smith, and Luke Davis park deep into racetrack barrels with nobody around for miles, while he was tyrannically roasted in the hot sun to document the score, reminded him of why he loves surfing in the first place. Hence why he’s zipping up the camera bag for a bit to secure some of his own tube time. Completely reasonable, too, based on what you’ll watch. It’s idyllic envy to the nth degree.

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