Our Favourite Women’s Surf Films & Edits

Our Favourite Women’s Surf Films & Edits

Keep the froth alive! Grab your friends, some snacks and prepare for an epic movie marathon full of some of the most amazing female surfers on this planet!

‘Surfing’ by Dan Scott

Starring: Stephanie Gilmore, Nikki Van Dijk, Tyler Wright, Macy Callaghan and Dimity Stoyle

A lighthearted edit straight out of the Gold Coast features some of the top CT women surfers. Their high performance surfing paired with the funky tunes is one for the ages!



Cadavre Exquis

Featuring: Margaux Arramont-Tucoo, Ainara Aymat, Lee-Ann Curren, Leila Hurst, Lola Mignot, Pua Desoto, Karina Rozunko, Bella Kenworthy, Hanna Scott, Holly Wawn & Chelsea Woody.

A super fresh film from Vans takes on a unique concept in which “each collaborator adds to a composition in sequence, being allowed to see only the end of what the previous person contributed.” This has resulted in a film that showcases each of the girls individuality!

Girls Can’t Surf

A must watch for any female surfer or ocean lover! It’s super important to know where our sport has come from and all the boundaries these women have pushed, for us! This film will make you angry, happy, sad and everything in between but it is so worth it.


Bethany Hamilton: Unstoppable 

 A truly inspirational film of Bethany’s journey after loosing her arm in a shark attack back in 2003. She is now charging HUGE waves all while raising 3 boys and overcoming life’s challenges along the way. A must watch!


The Dew of Little Things

A film by Nathan Oldfield featuring Josie Pendergast is a beautiful and calming short film. Josie’s graceful cross steps and infinite grace completely immerses you into those long summer days spent down the beach!

The Dew of Little Things from Nathan Oldfield on Vimeo.


Laura Enever: UNDONE

Another charger in the big waves, Laura Enever. Leaving her comfortable life on the WSL Championship Tour, Laura enters the male dominated world of the big wave surfing and battles some of the most dangerous waves in the world!


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