1970 Surf Movie, Pacific Vibrations, Shows on Maui
By Maui Now Staff
The 1970 surf classic, Pacific Vibrations, shows at Maui Preparatory Academy on November 10th.
The colorful surf documentary was filmed in 1969 by Lahaina resident John Severson.
Severson is a hall-of-fame surfer, artist and the founder of Surfer Magazine.
The film follows surfing legends Jock Sutherland and Bill Hamilton in their travels through California and Hawai’i, including Maui.
Their motivation and sport obsession are played out to the soundtrack of rock legends Cream, Crosby Stills and Nash, and Steve Miller.
John Severson will introduce the film and answer questions after the show. The screening starts at 6:30 p.m., with doors set to open at 6 p.m.
Tickets are available for advance purchase at Lahaina Music or the Napili Coffee Store for $5, or at the door for $8. The Maui Prep ‘ohana may purchase tickets at the school office for $5.
The film is rated PG13 for brief nudity. Beach chairs are welcome.