For an evening of stoke with award winning filmmaker Jack McCoy, head to the Land & Sea Brewery on Thursday 20 June at 7pm to hear his stories as a director, cinematographer, photographer and producer.
The Hawaiian-born film maker is world renowned for 25 iconic and award- winning surfing films that have entertained fans with beautiful images, exotic locations and cutting-edge performance surfing.
He’s tracked surfing as an art form over more than 40 years, documenting the greatest surfers in history such as Gerry Lopez, Tom Carroll, Andy Irons and Kelly Slater.
His interactive ‘talk-story’ events have held audience’s captive around the world, with a mix of story-telling and film clips.
The Noosa show will see Jack joined on stage by Aussie surfing legend and personality Wayne Lynch.
McCoy and Wayne collaborated in 1975 for the film A Day in The Life of Wayne Lynch and again in 1982 for Storm Riders. As one of the worlds most respected shapers, Wayne has become surfing’s spokesman for the ocean and the environment.
To make the event one to remember, the Land & Sea Brewery will be showcasing these epic images and snippets from Jack Mccoy’s illustrious career on their new 12x9ft Cinema Screen.
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