Gallery: Thundercloud - World Premiere Sydney

14 Feb 2014 0 Share

The Hayden Orpheum cinema was stacked-full of surf fans last night cramming for seats to catch the first screening of Thundercloud.

The crowd-funded documentary of Fiji’s now infamous Cloudbreak was promising the story of the wave that many top-level surfers are calling – the best wave on the planet.

It’s a very big call – but after 2 hours of mind blowing footage and blow-by-blow accounts of the biggest, most perfect barrels you will ever see ridden along with the best surfers in the world talking about their waves like giddy school children, it’s not an unbelievable claim. Waves in the film even make Teahupo look small – if you can try imagining that!

Filmmaker Talon Clemow’s first documentary project has set out to impress and let the wave speak for itself – that it did.

If you weren’t there last night – don’t miss this movie – it’s a must see.  We are hoping a national tour announcement is imminent and we will keep you posted.

Bula!

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