Surfing US-Gay

A new documentary about gay surfers is seeking stars

Surfing US-Gay
17 August 2012

Are you gay? Are you a surfer? Then documentary filmmaker Ian Thomson is looking for you.

Thomson is making a documentary called Out in the Line-Up about, you guessed it, gay surfers. The film will examine homophobia and acceptance within boards, babes and beach culture.

‘We are looking for talented surfers and interesting protagonists who are prepared to tell their stories on camera,’ the filmmakers said.

‘We are committed to giving these stories a voice and are looking for avenues of funding, sales and distribution to bring this film to a global audience.’

The documentary will be filmed in California in October, Australia in February 2013 and Brazil in July 2013.

Email [email protected] if you want to take part.

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