San Clemente, CA – Hanging Five, a new film on surf artists by director Chris Cutri will have its Orange County Premiere at the Surfing Heritage Foundation this Friday, August 7th at 3 pm. Hanging Five is a film that follows five artists who all happen to be surfers. The film documents their work and looks at different aspects of their lives and how those experiences have impacted their work. The film also looks at why the surf culture embraces and supports the arts. Trailer

The artists include: Andy Davis, Tyler Warren, Julie Goldstein, Alex Knost, Wolfgang Bloch. On hand will be Chris Cutri the director and artists confirmed at this time are Tyler Warren and Julie Goldstein. Warren “Pickle,” is a young Orange County surfer and is now becoming a well-known artist, whose work has been exhibited from Japan to Brazil. His work is stylized with deep richness and lighthearted charm with many within the surf community becoming collectors and fans. Julie Goldstein is from San Diego and her textured pieces blend fabric and acrylic with an artistic flow and spirit to her ocean homage’.

With the film starting at 3 pm and those seats are only $3. The afternoon will offer an awesome glimpse into the lives of surf artists and how the ocean and surfing inspire their work. Snacks, candy, and beverages will be available for purchase. Tickets are available at the door at the Surfing Heritage Foundation. Contact or at 949.388.0313 x0.

The Summer Friday Afternoon Film Series will be held at the Foundation’s cultural
heritage facility located at 110 Calle Iglesia, San Clemente, CA 92672. Be sure and arrive early to allow time to view our “OUTSIDE THE BOX,” shaping exhibit of surfboards designed by Joe Bauguess, Carl Ekstrom, Thomas Meyerhoffer, Steve Pendarvis, and Bill Stewart.

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Founded in 2001, the Surfing Heritage Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserve, present, and promote surfing’s heritage for the appreciation and education of current and future generations. Surfing Heritage accomplishes this through; Preservation-Archiving significant surfboards, photography, oral history, publishing, art, life-style, film, and objects of cultural value; Presentation: creating a world-class museum/resource facility, research library, traveling exhibits, and website content; Promotion: providing one-of-a-kind experiences with the legends of surf culture, through films, exhibits, music, and special events. For more information visit