Movie screening at Duke’s Malibu supports area wildlife rehab centers

Air Sea & Land

The Malibu Surfing Association will host a screening of “Beyond Blazing Boards” at Duke’s Malibu on Thursday, June 27, at 7 p.m. to benefit area wildlife rehabilitation centers.

One hundred percent of the $5 entrance fee at “Air, Sea & Land” will be donated to the Marine Mammal Care Center, the International Bird Rescue and the California Wildlife Center.

“Beyond Blazing Boards” is a surf movie filmed in Australia, Bali, California and Mexico by filmmaker Chris Bystrom in 1986. Bystrom “holds the the standing record for the most surfing films released by any single individual,” according to his production company’s website. The film was shot solely with a 16mm camera and stars Glen Winton, Mark Occhilupo, Ronnie Burns, Kong Elkerton, Simon Law, Tom Curren, Stuart Cadden and Jason Buttonshaw.

“‘Beyond Blazing Boards’ tells the full story of surfing’s evolution in the mid 1980’s,” according to the event’s Facebook page. You can see the trailer here.

The one-night-only screening is an all-ages event and tickets are available at the door.

For more information visit: The Malibu Surfing Organization.