Have you ever dreamed of surfing in the sky? To experience this ultimate sensation of freedom and limitless movement? The Flying Frenchies did it!Surf the Line is an immersive documentary that tells the behind the scenes story of a wild and crazy project, which required two years of preparation, complex calculations, the creation of a kilometer-long cable and a custom surfboard to the delight of our imagination! In order to live this extraordinary adventure, it was necessary to overcome the most difficult tests of life, self doubt, and engage in deep reflection.Extreme sports, buffoonery, genuine inventions and a lifestyle close to nature: plunge into the extreme and bohemian universe of the Flying Frenchies !
Jeremy Frey is both director of photography and director. His documentary work around the world takes him on very personal projects: documentaries on deforestation in Madagascar, on biogas in India, on agroecology in Africa, on expatriation in Thailand and Australia. And also on larger projects: 2 years of filming on 7 billion Others, he is also the director of the ground photo of Human, Yann Arthus-Bertrand. In recent years, Jeremy has specialized in wildlife and sport: The Great Masterpieces of Nature for TV5 Monde (4×52 ‘), Wild Trip for Nat Geo Wild (5×52’), Team France the Heritage (52 ‘) for SFR Sport. In 2017 he directed the documentary Surf the Line (52 ‘) with the Flying Frenchies, which will be released next December on Trek TV … Jeremy has made the aesthetic service of meaning and emotion its hallmark. To date, his most awarded documentary is 7 days in Kigali (60 min, France 3) on the first week of the genocide in Rwanda, the one where everything changed. From his experiences, he cultivates a taste for the worked image, very composed, luminous, close to people and faces, with the concern to make sense, to be accessible to the greatest number. Its goal: to raise awareness through image and story, to testify, to make intelligible and to transmit.