Ocean Rhythms DVD
My second feature length 16mm surfing film, 'Ocean Rhythms' was released in 1975.
It has recently been lovingly and meticulously transferred to the digital format by Australian surf film historian Warren Delbridge and is now available on DVD.
|My shot of PT at Duranbah is the|
Ocean Rhythms DVD cover
The Ocean Rhythms DVD is now available direct from the maker at a new reduced price for the Summer of 2016-17.
A real collector's item and a must for anyone interested in the breakthrough Australian surfing of the early seventies with feature segments on surf stars like Michael Peterson, Wayne 'Rabbit' Bartholomew, Peter Townend, Terry Richardson and Narrabeen's Colin Smith.
Ocean Rhythms DVD is $35.00 AUDs - which includes postage, packing and handling to anywhere in Australia via Australia Post. Purchase now from our own on-line store .
Overseas to International destinations from Australia - is an additional $10.00 AUDs in postage. International Shipping is via Air Mail with Australia Post.
There are also 2 different convenient ways to pay. Payment can be made on-line through Pay Pal or by Credit Card or PayPal. Or by sending a cheque or money order payable to: Steve Core, PO Box 888, Caringbah, NSW, 1495, Australia.
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*You can request a signed DVD copy at no extra cost
Also available, a collector's edition of the original '75 'Ocean Rhythms' poster. This is a digital copy of the original 'Sydney Opera House' screening poster. The full colour print is 62cms high x 42cms wide.
Mailed rolled in a tube via Australia Post to anywhere in Australia - can be signed at no additional cost if you require. To purchase it now please visit our own on line store .
|Above: Original poster from|
historic screening at the
Sydney Opera House.
Size: 62cms x 42cms.
In 2016-17 Ocean Rhythms on DVD is available from these fine surf establishments:
Island Aclassic Surf Shop, Engadine - 02 9520 2719
Surf World, Torquay, Vic - 03 5261 4606
Murf's Longboards, Ocean Grove, Vic - 03 5255 5525
Rasta Surfboards, Barwon Heads, Vic - 03 5254 3255
Underground Surf, Noosa Heads, Qld - 07 5455 4444
Surf World, Currumbin, Qld - 07 5525 6380
Original review of ‘Ocean Rhythms’ from Tracks Magazine – NOV '75
Steve gets it all Flowing…
Ocean Rhythms is not only a current up-to-date look at hot radical surfing – it is a refreshingly entertaining surf movie: something very different from the stereotyped overseas formula for a surf flick. Certainly it is not as slick; without the mandatory Pipeline water footage and other effects which we have been accustomed to from the Hollywood surf footage: Hawaii.
It largely owes its popularity to the fact that it is about Australian surfers surfing their own waves and ripping them to bits. You can’t help but get the feeling that was expounded years ago; that we’re tops now. For once a surf-film maker has given an audience what they have been wanting; an honest in-depth surfer’s movie featuring Australia’s best surfers on their favorite home breaks.
|Ocean Rhythms frame blow-ups |
of PT surfing the NSW
South Coast - made up this
G&S ad from 1975
Terry Richardson at his home break blowing people out with his cutbacks into the tube as well as some Bali material of a short trip. Rabbit rips up Duranbah, Burleigh and Kirra and carves great hunks at UluWatu, often sliding into deep caverns and attempting radical moves which he pulls off frequently.
Michael Peterson comes on in the second half riding some outrageous tubes at Kirra and Burleigh which he carves up casually with a fierce radical aggressiveness that completely puts his true ability in clear perspective. Knee-boarder Peter Crawford individual surfing style and ability on his circus machine at Dee Why and the incredible backside moves of Col Smith complete a well balanced overall picture of Australian surfers.
The Coke Contest section is a great statement of the radical surfing of the times with everyone ripping, slicing, shredding, powering and generally going for it something fierce.
Tracks Magazine - NOV '75.
|Copy of a Tracks Magazine ad for Ocean Rhythms|
- circa 1975 -
None of these cinemas or theatres listed exsit anymore!