Good Times at the Bella Vita Film Show

August 29, 2014

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Chris Del Moro and Jason Baffa were on hand in Encinitas to introduce the film project they worked on over the last few years. Bella Vita is a passion project for the two which veers off the normal path of most surf movies. Chris and Jason shared some interesting insight to how the project came about and why they decided to pour so much energy into such a project. The end result is a beautifully shot film that speaks to people on a lot of different layers. With lines down the street the local San Diego crowd showed up in support of the film. If you haven’t had a chance to see it be sure to keep an eye out for it. DVD to be released soon.

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