Paris Surf & Skateboard Film Festival 8th Edition / 21-24 Sept.23+

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Best surfing documentary

Spoons : A Santa Barbara Story

Wyatt Daily

USA, 2019, 58’ (vostf)

Dusty archives have been painstakingly tracked down and remastered to bring a new perspective to one of the most crucial periods in surfing’s evolution. This is a film compiled of never-before-seen footage from surfing’s Golden Age, with outtakes and extras from some of surfing’s most well known filmmakers to tell a history that has never been told before. It’s an exploration of how one of the most significant corners of the world produced, and continues to produce, some of the most talented surfers and innovators. Deeper than all is a story of craftsmanship, work ethic, renegades and tradition, a film that goes beyond the time spent in the ocean to define how one spends a lifetime.

Best skateboarding documentary

King Skate

Šimon Šafránek

Czech Republic, 2018, 80’ (vostf) French Premiere

This first feature-length documentary about the rise of skateboarding in Czechoslovakia presents a gripping tale of the search for freedom in a society stifled by the communist regime.

Best surfing short film

How to Learn How to Surf

Tom Sachs

USA, 2019, 32’

Shot in Bali, Indonesia, How to Learn How to Surf is the story of the Ten Bullets Surf Team — a group of bad surfers led by artist Tom Sachs — on the long, painful road to becoming Ok surfers. With the guidance of two seasoned professionals, the Ten Bullets Team discover ten bullets or insights, about the learning process itself.

Best skateboarding short film

Bowl de campagne

Olivier Lambert

France, 2019, 21’

With less than 1.500 inhabitants, Chaulgnes is the typical French country village. At the end of the 90’s, the arrival of skateboarding has changed the lives of the inhabitants. And has launched generations of riding and punk-rock music lovers.

Official selection


Tony Alva

Jury president

Skateboard legend
Los Angeles (Ca.), USA

Santa Monica native, 61-year-old Tony Alva, is an original Z-Boy (Venice Beach) and considered by many to be the godfather of modern day skateboarding. Alva’s brand of aggression and bravado in the ‘70s changed the way skateboarding would be forever defined. A true skate & surf living legend.

Justine Mauvin

Musician · Surfer
Biarritz, France

A native of Reunion Island, Justine Mauvin is an international longboard surfing champion, globe-trotter, documentary filmmaker and now a musician. She is preparing her first EP - a contemporary soul where tradition marries modernity.

Elisabeth Gomis

Journalist - Director
Paris, France

A columnist for Radio Nova then a journalist, she directed Africa Riding (2017), a series of short documentaries filmed in Africa, the story of eight young riders participating locally to create a new social and cultural order.

Jonathan Paskowitz

Surfer · Entrepreneur
Paris, France

Jonathan Paskowitz is the second oldest of nine from the legendary Paskowitz family. He has long been a part of the world surfing community, both as an experimented surfer and in the surf industry with brands like Black Flys and Lightning Bolt. He now lives in Paris.

Pedro Winter

Producer · Dj (Ed Banger)
Paris, France

Skateboarder enthousiast , emblematic figure of the electronic scene, has created Ed Banger records in 2003. In 2011, he has curated Public Domaine exhibition at Gaité Lyrique. In 2018, he turned to art direction and event design with his new structure Pedro’s Boutique.

David Luraschi

Photographer · Director
Paris, France

Popular culture, film history or folklore are among his inspirations to develop a documentary narration he likes to call do it yourself mythology. Between workshops and professional works (fashion, art ...), he also makes films, like the one for the Paris Opera Giselle: The Walking Landscape.

Paris Surf & Skateboard Film Festival 8th Edition / 21-24 Sept.23+

L’Entrepôt, Paris 14e

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Attend the PSSFF

Le PSSFF est ouvert :
Jeudi de 18h à minuit / Vendredi de 18h à minuit / Samedi 14h à minuit / Dimanche 13h à 20h
Plein tarif : 8,50 € - Tarif réduit (+60 ans, demandeurs d’emploi, RSA,
personnes handicapées, étudiants et -26 ans) : 7 € - Tarif -18 ans : 5 €

Pass Culture, Cinéchèques et CCU acceptés
Cartes acceptées : CIP, UGC Illimité, Cinépass Pathé-Gaumont
Abonnements l’Entrepôt : 4 places à utiliser en 6 mois : 25 € / 10 places à utiliser en 1 an : 51 € - Ciné Carte des Cinémas indépendants parisiens : Duo (1 ou 2 places par séance) : 5 places à 33 € / 10 places à 60 € Tribu (jusqu’à 4 places par séance) : 20 places à 106 €
Prévente des billets en ligne sur et et en caisse à L’Entrepôt tout au long du festival

Toute la programmation du OFF est en libre accès et ouverte au public.
Venez visiter les expositions photos, les espaces librairies et les stands de nos partenaires tous les jours pendant les horaires d’ouverture du festival.

Restauration :
Le bar du PSSFF sera ouvert le jeudi et le vendredi à partir de 18h, le samedi et le dimanche à partir de 16h.
Le restaurant Fulgurances vous accueille pendant toute la durée du festival.
Réservation obligatoire sur

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Métro 13 → Pernety
Bus 62 → Plaisance — Hôpital Saint‐Joseph
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