Carolina Surf Brand announces dates for the 2015 Carolina Surf Film Festival
Carolina Surf Brand
July 9th, 2015
Charleston, SC – Carolina Surf Film Festival’s parent company, Carolina Surf Brand, announces that it will be teaming up with local and national sponsors to present the 2015 Carolina Surf Film Festival to be held October 16th &17th at the Brickhouse Plantation on James Island. Gate and show times to be released at a later date.
Poster and promotional artwork for the 2015 Carolina Surf Film Festival provided by Al McWhite. Check out the link to his website below to see examples of his amazing work.
The Festival will feature Q&A sessions with filmmakers, giveaways (including surfboard giveaways!) and a silent auction hosted by Bid’r to benefit Surfers Healing. Vendors, artists, live music, food trucks, and craft beer from local brewers round out the action during the festival.
Brickhouse’s impressive full bar will feature special pricing on signature drinks by Peligroso Tequila, local and regional craft beers, as well as domestic beer and wines.
About Carolina Surf Brand
Carolina Surf Brand is a lifestyle company known for unforgettable events such as the Carolina Surf Film Festival and a line of homegrown, stylish apparel and gear. From day one, our mantra has been “to give more than we take”. Working with local artists and vendors whenever possible, we stay true to that core principle. We’re honored to raise funds and awareness for nonprofits such as Surfers Healing, Charleston Waterkeeper, and The Surfrider Foundation. For more information, visit www.carolina-surf.com and www.carolinasurffilmfestival.com
About Al McWhite
Artist, Illustrator, Designer and a reverent observer of local beach culture in the American Southeast. A prolific professional commercial artist & designer for more than two decades, Al’s fine art sensibilities are a reflection of a clean and refined aesthetic. A true merging of multiple disciplines. Hailing not from Hawai-yah, Cala-phone-yah or Floor-duh but Care-line-ah. Where the waves are small, the tea sweet and everyday life ebb & flows with the tide. As a native of South Carolina residing in Long Bay (Myrtle Beach), finding interesting beach subjects are as bountiful as tourists at a fried seafood buffet. With a slightly sun-bleached color palette and a ” less is more ” vibe, his perspective is more about the simple pleasures that come from a life by the sea. Al’s approach to art is simple and he invites you to step into each piece of art and escape to the sun. It’s called gettin’ southern fried with a side of yew!
Go to www.almcwhite.com for more info and to view Al’s work.
To learn more about the 2015 Carolina Surf Film Festival, contact:
M: (843) 810-3359