An award winning film By Chris McClean and Mark Waters
Producer & Director – Chris McClean
Cinematographer & Editor – Mark Waters
Additional footage by Lewis Arnold and Chris McClean
Poem ‘Uncommon Ideals’ by Daniel Crockett, read by Jeff Hordley
Sound Engineer – William Evans
Music by UNKLE- Cut Me Loose (Redux)
Surfers – Gabe Davies, Pete Eyre, John John Florence, Nathan Florence,
Dylan Graves, Chris ‘Guts’ Griffiths, Ritchie Sills, Balaram Stack
Project:For most people the North Sea is a source of food, a source of fuel – oil and gas, a playground for catching waves or simply a mass of water that needs to be navigated. Few are aware its these cold grey waters cover a prehistoric landscape that once joined England to Europe. Yet between 18000 and 5500 BC, global warming raised sea levels to the extent that this area known as Doggerland was engulfed by water and the area that had been home to mankind disappeared. This entire land sank beneath the North Sea. Is it this former land that we North Sea surfers now surf.
We are the Doggerland groms, heavies, hippies and kooks.
This will be entered into the surf film festival circuit with the first being The London Surf Film Festival. The voting stage starts on the 1 September so please vote and share;)
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