London Surf / Film Festival 2015 THE SHOUTING PLACE and cord surfboards win A FILMMAKING AWARD AT THE PRESTIGIOUS EVENT

Hosted across the capital, across two weekends the festival brought to the UK the very best surf films from across the globe for a celebration of the cream of international surf culture. Bringing together waveriders from all four corners of the UK, the festival really has become a must attend for anyone with even a passing interest in surf culture.

(Images courtesy of Surf Sistas)

Chris Nelson, who founded and directs the festival with his wonderful wife Demi.

Our film 'Party at Yours' was being shown on the second weekend so Jimmy and his girlfriend Dom headed up the night before to potter around London for the day waiting for things to kick off (Marcus Lascelles, Ben 'Skindog' Skinner and Lukas Skinner would be arriving suitably at the 11th hour). There were around twenty other entrants selected into the shorties category so it was anyones guess as to how the judging would swing.

Regent Street Cinema. At this point Jimmy's nerves were palpable. 'Where are the boys? They should be here by now!' Public speaker he is not...

As the cinema started to fill up we took our seats in the crowd, the boys had now arrived as had our brand consultant Amie who was in town working with another client. Still none the wiser to the order of things but feeling slightly calmer after a bottle of ale the lights dimmed to showcase the first movie...

A few hoots, whistles and a hearty round of applause calmed the nerves somewhat before what was to come...

The rest of the evening went off with some other awesome films being shown and the ale flowing. A big thanks from all of us at The Shouting Place to Chris, Demi and all the rest of the team for such an enjoyable experience.

Bring on 2016!

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