Ajyal Film Festival 2019

All Films

Storm Surfers 3D (Storm Surfers 3D)

Special Screening

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Justin McMillan, Christopher Nelius / Feature Narrative / Australia / 2012 / 95 min / Colour / DCP/3D
In English / (No Subtitles) subtitles
Interests: Documentary, Sports, Family Friendly, Biography, Adventure
MENA Premiere
Rated: Parental guidance is advised for viewers under the age of 13. Individuals under the age of 13 are not admitted into cinemas unless accompanied by an individual aged 18 or older.


Seventy-five kilometres out to sea, a colossal wave breaks on its way to the shores of Western Australia. After a lifetime of seeking out the world’s biggest and most dangerous swells, big-wave riders Tom Carroll and Ross Clarke-Jones set their sights on conquering this monster surf – and filmmakers Christopher Nelius and Justin McMillan are on hand with state-of-the-art 3D technology to capture the death-defying ride. Adrenaline junkies will thrill to the sheer craziness of Carroll and Clarke-Jones’s daredevillish antics and near-fatal spills, and the truly awesome 3D effects are nothing short of spectacular. Yet there’s a fascinating human story behind the hi-jinks on the open seas. Family obligations call this kind of risk-taking into question, and neither man is as young as he once was. Nerve sometimes fails, and aging bodies don’t always respond to split-second decisions. There’s a fine line between coming home safe, and not coming home at all.

NB: 'Storm Surfers 3D' is presented in English with no Arabic subtitles.

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About the Directors

Justin McMillan and Christopher Nellius are a Sydney-based director-writer team who have recently specialised in extreme surfing documentaries. Films to date are ‘The Sixth Element: The Ross Clarke-Jones Story’ (2006), ‘Storm Surfers: Dangerous Banks’ (2008) and the TV documentary ‘Storm Surfers: New Zealand’ (2010).


Justin McMillan, Christopher Nelius
Christopher Nelius
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Michael Yezerski, Richard Tognetti
David Maguire
Underwater Cinematography: Dean Cropp
Tom Carroll, Ross Clark-Jones, Ben Matson

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