The Shores of Aotearoa seen through the eyes of longboarders. A surf film / documentary by Nicolas Brikké.
Help get SEWN into documentary festivals and win some great goodies !!
Triple album Bonanza for the August break! South Island screenings and Anglet Surf Film Festival!
Check out the second part of the SEWN Release Tour, where the Team screened in the Bay of Plenty and East Coast.
Check out some of the shots of the NZ-wide SEWN Release Tour that happened from Jan to March, and to which over 1500 people came and were conquered by SEWN! Here are shots of the Piha World Premiere and the Auckland screening at Britomart.
We send courage and hope to the people of the Bay of Plenty in New Zealand, that are facing a dramatic oil spill of the Rena. May this be all over soon. Both France and New Zealand are in the final stage of the Rugby World Cup, exciting time here where our hearts are torn!! May the best team win!
Kia Ora friends of SEWN, Another month has passed, lots of things have happened in the world since our last update; we hope that you have lived many positive and uplifting moments.
Here's the next update on the production of the documentary. We have recently released the first part of our production updates called SEWN News. Today you can check out the first part of shooting behind the scene of the East Coast.
SEWN - The Shores of Aotearoa seen through the eyes of longboarders. A surf film / documentary by Nicolas Brikké.
Kia Ora surfers of New Zealand! Here is the second blog about the ongoing longboarding surf film / documentary ‘SEWN’. Here is a description of the destinations (the four coasts of the North Island) that we will be shooting at as well as a short story about each character that will be portrayed in the documentary.
Hello surfers of Aotearoa / New Zealand. My name is Nicolas Brikké and this is the first of several blogs that you will receive about this surf film / documentary project. SEWN, an acronym for South East West North, represents the four cardinal points of Aotearoa and the overall exposure to oceans and seas, swells and winds. It symbolises its four distinct coasts and landscapes that harbour diverse lifestyles and people.