Papau New Guinea film goes big in London

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 2 June, 2014 - On Wednesday 28th May London Surf / Film Festival hosted a very special screening of Adam Pesce’s multi award-winning documentary Splinters – a film exploring the emerging indigenous surf scene in Papua New Guinea and the issues associated with a male dominated society coming to grips with a 21st Century world.

“It was a fantastic evening of film, thought and conversation” 

More than 200 people packed into the Riverside Studios for this sold-out cinematic showcase and accompanying talk with Andy Able President Surfing Association Papua New Guinea (SAPNG) and Chris Hines MBE, A Grain of Sand. The evening raised in excess of £1,000 which is being donated to SAPNG to buy new surfboards for their local surf clubs.

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