ONEDAY in Woolacombe

We worked from 5 in the morning to 10 at night, it was an intense day! thanks so much to all the surfers who took time out and days off of work to be there and to Mat, Jack, Rob, Stu, Gordon, Joel and Steve our camera men and production team who worked so hard on the day. Thanks also to Parkins estates and Woolacombe Parish Council for their support.”

Best described as a ‘scenic surf movie’ the film is a portrait of Woolacombe bay on that day, the surfing, beach life and surrounding scenery.

This promo soundtrack and the final score is the work of Peter Bruntnell who lives up the road. “One of England’s best kept musical secrets”. says Rolling Stone! How excited are we to be working with him and his friends! The music will be recorded in one day and we will be there to film it.

Post production is under way and the DVD will be available spring 2010

For a full credits and production stills visit: the ONEDAY micro site

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  1. andy haworth
    September 23rd, 2009 at 4:05 PM

    Hi Rich, just watched the trailer. Fantastic and beautiful. Congratulations. Up to the expected standard of course and cant wait for the films release.


  2. TheSurfingMuseum
    September 23rd, 2009 at 5:42 PM

    Wonderful work… if I squint hard enough I can see me sitting on my board watching the young pros tear it up!
    Great swell, great day, great film – look forward to the full monty!


  3. jon finch
    September 30th, 2009 at 4:28 PM

    Lovely footage Rich (as exepcted). Can’t wait to see the full version.

    Were they your feet in the end credits? They’re very pretty for a man of your vintage.


  4. Easy-Tom
    October 3rd, 2009 at 6:14 PM

    Love the taster; looking forward to the final version. I think it’s a great concept and looks like it’s really got something aesthetically, with the music and everything really coming together – nice one. (I went out at Woolacombe that evening because Combesgate looked a bit busy – now I know why!)


  5. Noah Beatfreak
    October 19th, 2009 at 2:03 PM

    Been viewing the clips you put up on the site for a while now, really like what you guy’s(?) do, keep up the excellent work.


  6. richard
    October 20th, 2009 at 7:45 AM

    Thanks for all the feedback! Jon, the feet at the end of our movies are the lovely Mandy’s from Woolacombe not mine! There is more than one of us working on this Noah, you can see who from the credits and the friends and music section, its very much a collaboration!


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