Maui Arts & Entertainment

Get blown away by Surf & Turf

December 3, 2010, 11:35 AM HST
* Updated December 6, 2:54 PM
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by Maesyn

Whether you prefer adventure sports on water or on land, you will find something to inspire your inner daredevil this Saturday night.

“SURF & TURF” is tonight’s double feature screening of two of Poor Boyz Productions’ two most electrifying new films.

“Revolver” is a breathtaking look at the action and adventure in the world of competitive skiing. You can check out the trailer for the movie at YouTube.

Kai Lenny & Levi Siver

“The Windsurfing Movie II” presents an electrifying tour of windsurfing’s past, present and future as a rising sport. See the trailer here: Windsurfing movie .

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The films will show back to back, and will feature an opportunity to meet and greet with the stars of “The Windsurfing Movie II,” Red Bull sponsored athlete, Levi Silver and 18 year old water wizard, Kai Lenny.

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If you are a fan if skiing, or even if you’ve never faced your fears and hit the slopes, you are sure to find loads of inspiration in ‘Revolver.’ It features boundary-pushing, beautiful, death defying footage of park, backcountry, and urban skiing.

The stunning footage features gorgeous snow clad terrain, heart pounding stunts and airborne skiers, and passionate commentary from the athletes themselves.

If you are an oceanic adventurer, you may have already seen “The Windsurfing Movie I,” featuring world famous riders Jason Polakow and Robby Naish. Part two of the adventure was shot as a followup to the popularity of the first film.

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Part two of the adventure will expose new tricks, new characters, and new quests for the ultimate wave.

Be sure to stop by Jaws in the afternoon to see some live action windsurfing, and then come to the show for an up close and personal look at the lives and adventures of the sport’s biggest stars.

The film screening will start at 7 pm at the Castle Theatre at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center.

Tickets are $16, and are available at the box office. You can also purchase them ahead of time by calling (808) 242-SHOW (7469) or by going online at www.mauiarts.org

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