WINNER INTERNATIONAL 3D SOCIETY 2013 – BEST 3D IN A DOCUMENTARY
WINNER AACTA 2013 – BEST FEATURE LENGTH DOCUMENTARY
NOMINATION AACTA 2013 – BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY IN A DOCUMENTARY
WINNER BEST 3D TV PROGRAM – 3D FILM FESTIVAL
FIRST RUNNER-UP DOCUMENTARY – TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Storm Surfers 3D is an Australian documentary film that follows two world-famous surfers, Tom Carroll and Ross Clarke-Jones, as they try to track down and ride the biggest waves in the world. The film is narrated by Toni Collette and was released in 2012.
Storm Surfers 3D is a visually stunning film that takes viewers on an incredible journey into the world of big wave surfing. The film is full of adrenaline-pumping action and will leave viewers breathless.
If you are a fan of surfing or adventure films, then Storm Surfers 3D is a must-see. The film is a thrilling and unforgettable experience that will stay with you long after you watch it.
Together, Ross and Tom have conquered big waves off the tip of South Africa, ridden a typhoon bearing down on the coast of Japan and surfed monster waves in the Southern Ocean that smash into the most inhospitable areas of Tasmania and New Zealand.
Hunting waves the size of a four-storey building involves strategy, timing, preparation and tracking the largest oceanic storms in the world. That’s where meteorologist and surf forecaster Ben Matson comes in. Using the latest storm prediction technology, he helps Ross and Tom track swells and time their arrival to a matter of hours in a mad, high-stakes race against time and the elements to conquer and film massive waves.