American Documentary Film Festival to Screen The Award-Winning Adventure Film, H2indO.
Film hailed as first of it’s kind, documenting the emerging global sport of stand up paddle boarding.
The American Documentary Film Festival is pleased to announce that it will screen H2indO – the action-packed and visually stunning documentary about the emerging global sport of stand up paddle boarding – on Saturday, April 6th, 2013. The award-winning adventure film will screen at Camelot Theaters on 2300 East Baristo Road in Palm Springs at 7:30 p.m.
H2indO is the first film of its kind to take audiences on a journey through the famous surf breaks of Indonesia with seven of the world’s top standup paddlers. Australia’s 10X World Champion paddle boarder, Jamie Mitchell stars alongside big wave pioneer Dave Kalama and waterman Chuck Patterson. Co-owner of Infinity Surfboards/SUP Dave Boehne, #1 Male Paddler of the year in 2012 Connor Baxter, #3 Male Paddler of the year in 2012 Slater Trout, and #2 Female Paddler of the year in 2012 Talia Gangini Decoite round out the cast in a film that is sure to captivate ocean enthusiasts and documentary film fans alike.
The community is invited to experience this compelling and candid look at the world’s fastest growing sport through the eyes of Director Brent Deal. His unique storytelling has captured a fresh perspective on three generations of standup paddlers in the ultimate 14-day boat trip through the remote Mentawai island chain of Indonesia.
Winner of the Newport Beach Film Festival’s Action Sports Series Audience Award and SUP Magazine’s 2012 SUP Movie of the Year, H2indO has been celebrated as the definitive standup paddle film to date. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to experience H2indO in person with a frothing audience of surfers and independent film aficionados.