Shorebreak: The Clark Little Story


Sep 08, 2016

Moffat Beach Brewing Co.

7.00 – 9.00 pm

Entry: $10 at the door

Sep 13, 2016

Big Screen Cinemas

6.30 – 8.00 pm

Entry: $9 at the door

Shorebreak: The Clark Little Story Theatrical PosterShorebreak is a dive into the life of renowned water photographer, Clark Little, as he takes on the world’s most dangerous shorebreak around the island of Oahu.

The film follows his rise from botanical garden manager 9 years ago to becoming a world famous photographer for capturing the beauty of the Hawaii’s powerful shorebreak waves from inside impact zone.

The film features heart pounding up-close action in the North Shore waves, insight into how the shots are captured, shark diving without cages, and of course, how the unexpected story of becoming a photographer unfolded.

Various shorebreak surfers and bodyboarders make appearances.

Includes stories told by Jack Johnson, Kelly Slater and Clark’s older brother, big wave surfer Brock Little.

When he’s not in the water, Clark Little shares the insider tips and techniques that have taken his photos from his living room wall to inside the Smithsonian.

Filmed and edited by surf personality, Peter King, Shorebreak is 50 minutes of non-stop action that will have you inspired and prepared to start capturing your own shorebreak moments.

Audience Award winner at the 2016 Maui Film Festival.

Shorebreak: The Clark Little Story Website
Clark Little Photography on Facebook