Mar 25, 2010
Directed by Various Directors
Rated PG, 90 min.
Tickets are $5
Walking On Water invites you to come along and see the world through the eyes of two kids as they embark on the trip of a lifetime. Luke and Tyler are given the opportunity that most young surfers only dream about.
When Bryan Jennings (Founder/Director of Walking On Water) was fourteen years old he was taken on his first surf trip by a local professional surfer. This trip had a lasting effect on his life. In Walking On Water Bryan returns the favor as he takes Tyler and Luke literally around the world in hopes that they too will forever be changed. Along the way they meet up with three-time world champion surfer Tom Curren, teen shark attack survivor Bethany Hamilton, top professional surfers C.J. and Damien Hobgood, and many others. Join Luke and Tyler as they travel to Hawaii, Peru, Australia, Indonesia, South Africa, and France. In this beautiful and inspiring film, the world becomes their classroom.
From the makers of The Outsiders and Noah?s Arc comes a story about finding faith on the journey of a lifetime.
Nations Foundation's first major release ONEYEAR gives us an accurate account of the exceptional lifestyles of many of the world's best snowboarders. Traveling to 5 continents as one of the most talented snowboard lineups ever, including Dave Downing, Andy Finch, Matt Hammer, Tommy Czeschin, Kelly Clark, Janna Meyen, JJ Johnson, Eric Willet, and friends encounter more than epic powder lines and huge jumps. Throughout this year-long adventure we find out what really matters and makes sense in the hearts of our favorite pros. What drives them, what breaks them, and where they find stability in a life of constant change and challenge. From Lake Tahoe to South Korea, Utah to Argentina, Mt. Baker to Switzerland, find out how much can really happen in ONEYEAR.
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