BWS Kitesurf Movies
Giant Clouds – Kitesurfing Fiji with BWSurf
Ryland Blakeney, Ben Wilson, Brodie Adlington and Lono Humphreys kitesurf big Cloudbreak – Fiji.
Ben Wilson has spent the last 15 years surfing and kitesurfing in Fiji. This short film shows him and BWSurf Team Riders Ryland Blakeney, Sean Woolnough and Brodie Adlington taking on Cloudbreak.
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Music in order:
Easy Son – Hangman
March – The Disconnection (thedisconnection.com)
Below The Hour Glass – The Disconnection
At Night – The Disconnection
Compromise – Melodyssey
Break it – Spiral Soundsystem
BWSurf’s The Filthy West
This documentary style feature film from BWSurf is completely different to previous productions.
Although they scored some very memorable kitesurfing sessions during the filming, the vision was focussed more on the adventure of life on the road with your best mates. The West Australian coastline captures the essence of this and the boys had the trip of a lifetime, surfing and kiting along miles of sparsely populated beaches.
Featuring – Ben Wilson, Josh Mulcoy, Ian Alldredge, Ryland Blakeney, Dave Delroy – Carr, Ollie Jacobsen, Darren McCagh and Jason Wolcott
BWSurf’s The Dirty South: A closer to home project
The Dirty South is more of a doco style kitesurfing film capturing Ben WIlson’s love for the Australian coastline road trip style. The journey begins in Victoria and ends on the Sunshine coast. On the way Ben Wilson and Ian Alldredge hit the Mambo event, catch up with friends and score the session of a lifetime at one of Ben’s secret spots.
Ben Wilson’s – Shades of Green
The movie features Ben Wilson, Reo Stevens, Ian Alldredge and Bear Karry in Indonesia doing what they do – surfing and kiting.
The four of them jumped on a serious swell and some early season wind, resulting in some great kitesurfing barrels. The trip was well documented and the three day swell that the boys lucked into has been accumulated into a 35 minute long movie.