Join Rasta, Wayne Lynch, Heath Joske and more as they undertake an epic journey along some of Australia’s most remote and beautiful coastline to meet the people fighting to keep it wild.
Never Town is the new full-length flick from the good folks at Patagonia. Filmed on Australia’s pristine and remote southern coastlines, it focuses on the mythological status these rugged stretches hold in the heart of Australian surfing, the threats they face from deepwater oil drilling and industrial fish farms and the people fighting to keep them wild. As Wayne Lynch muses in the film, “We mythologised these places. We lose them and we lose ourselves.”
Featuring the surfing of Rasta, Heath Joske, Belinda Baggs and Dan Ross it’s just as much an epic surf flick as it is a conservation piece. Also worthy of note is the killer Australian soundtrack, which includes Midnight Oil, Yirrnga Yunupingu, Ziggy Alberts and Bad Dreems.
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If you would like to arrange a Never Town screening to support a local environmental issue, please contact Patagonia at firstname.lastname@example.org