Directed by RC Cone
Iceland, 2016, 20 minutes
Sat Feb 18 @7:30pm (doors 6:30pm)
The Centennial Theatre MAP
The reality of growing up a surfer in Iceland is different from anywhere else in the world. It’s a harsh place. There are no surf shops, guidebooks or webcams. But being so far removed from the hustle and bustle of the known surf world hardens Iceland’s surfers to confront the issue they all must face: the North Atlantic wind.
Follow Heiðar Logi Elíasson on his journey through Iceland searching for that rare, yet significant, compromise that brings both Icelandic surfers and the North Atlantic wind to the table.
RC Cone moved from the flatlands to the big sky country when he was 18. Graduating from the University of Montana with a degree in Environmental Studies profoundly shaped his worldview and a concentration in Photojournalism honed his sense of aesthetic. Working with amazing companies such as Patagonia, Orvis and Howler Bros on a collection of adventure documentaries cemented RC’s love for outdoor cinema and the connections it creates. He and his camera have travelled around four continents and dream everyday of new adventures.