Poster

Spoons: A Santa Barbara Story ()


Reference View | Change View


When Renny Yater and George Greenough made surfboards for one of the best waves on earth, they helped kickstart a revolution and influence generations of surfers and shapers.

Director:

Photos and Videos

Directed by

Edit
Wyatt Daily

Produced by

Edit
Wyatt Daily ... producer
Justin Misch ... producer

Film Editing by

Edit
Dana Shaw

Sound Department

Edit
Jim Schultz ... re-recording mixer

Music Department

Edit
Kelsey Mitchell ... music supervisor

Production Companies

Edit

Distributors

Edit

Special Effects

Edit

Other Companies

Edit

Storyline

Edit
Plot Summary

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. "Spoons: A Santa Barbara Story" is 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.

Plot Keywords
Genres
Parents Guide Add content advisory for parents »

Additional Details

Edit
Also Known As
  • Spoons: A Santa Barbara Story (United States)
Official Sites
Country
Language
Color

Contribute to This Page


Recently Viewed