Canarias Surf Film Festival, an experience made by music, surf and cinema

Do you like cinema and surf? In Canary Island you can put them together on the Canarias Surf Film Festival (CSFF), that presents itself like “a itinerant film festival among the islands of the Canary archipelago that pretends to celebrate the passion that everyone of us feels for living belong the ocean”.

With a first stop programmed for the 20th and 21st of July on the Museum of Nature and Man of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, a week later it will be on the Cultural Centre of Los Cristianos, on Arona. In August, it will visit La Palma, Lanzarote and El Hierro, to end on Elder Museum of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria.

The CSFF will bring two nights with cinema showings, music show, exhibitions, speeches and special guests. They will be some titles whom are projected on some sessions, besides of musical shows, and the tickets can be acquired  on the festival website.

Between the movies, some like Paradigm Lost, of Kai Lenny and Johnny Decesare; Equilibrium, of Andy Criero and Adrian Rodd; or some titles so needed on these times like A Plastic Ocean, of Craig Leeson. On music, we can find artist like Eva Olvido, Baby Jane or Isaiah and the Duboriginals.

Along with the mentioned, will be showing more titles and will act more groups and singers, all in the facilities of the Museum of Nature and Man.

The beginning will be on Friday 20th of July since the 18:00pm, and it will be an experience that music, cinema and surf lovers shouldn’t lose.


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