Musica Surfica continues to gather momentum, with Foxtel officially joining us with some funding, and more shooting of musical performances to come mid October. Things are getting busy now, and I'm getting a little bit tense, as we're committed to delivering a product to Foxtel by the end of November.
The documentary is scheduled to show on Foxtel in Australia during December.
Then, it's up to Us Phoques, (the name of our little production company), to spread the word to the rest of the world. So some time in '08 I hope you'll get to see it. If there's anyone out there interested and with 'connections' drop us a line.
Still, things keep developing. Today, Australia's greatest paper, the Melbourne Age, gave us a full page article.
If you'd like to read it, here's a link.
And, if you'd like to see a snippet of the film again, here's another.
Oh, and incidentally, if you think the Us Phoques name is a bit trippy, it came from Phoques Bay on King Island, where we got some of our best waves. And phoque is, it seems, french for seal.
It seemed as good a name as any.