BoardRoom Movie Now Available

November 05, 2012

BoardRoom Legends of Surfboard Shaping is now available for purchase on DVD!

BoardRoom is the ultimate ride back in history to the beginning of surfboard building, featuring an all star cast of the greatest shapers of all time. Featured interviews include Gordon Clark, Greg Noll, Bing Copeland, Donald Takayama, Terry Martin, Dick Brewer, Harold Iggy, Mike Hynson, Renny Yater and many more. BoardRoom chronicles the early days of balsa surfboard building and takes us through the early days of foam to the introduction of the short board. Told by the legends of surfboard shaping, BoardRoom is a must own movie for any surf history aficionado, featuring an unbelievable first person narrative of the most influential surfboard shapers of all times. BoardRoom won awards at the X-Dance Film Festival, Hamburg Surf Film Festival, London Surf Film Festival.

NOW ON SALE!!!

 



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