SCRATCHING THE SURFACE
Irons Brothers Productions presents Scratching the Surface. Scratching the Surface is a ground-breaking hi-definition surf film, showcasing the life of a 21-year old Australian, who has already revolutionized world surfing.
Filmed over 16 months at the world’s greatest surfing destinations, Scratching the Surface showcases Indonesia, South Africa, Central America, Hawaii, California and Australia with a cinematic standard never before seen in a profile surf film.
In Scratching the Surface, Julian and a who’s-who crew that includes Kelly Slater, Dane Reynolds, Taj Burrow, Mick Fanning and Dusty Payne, push performance surfing to new places. Scratching the Surface shares the story of a kid that rode his first wave the same day he took his first steps and his rise to become a surfing megastar.
A FLY IN THE CHAMPAGNE
After a decade of bitter rival status, Kelly Slater and Andy Irons come together to surf off their differences ! To get two seemingly mortal enemies to agree to sequester themselves on a tiny island with a half dozen camera men, a Hollywood interviewer capable of conjuring up tears during any interview, and an in-the-know magazine staff waiting with bated breath seemed like a ridiculous notion. The end result was a ten day purge of feelings, emotional baggage, dispelling rumors, talking it out, and a burying of the hatchet once and for all. Oh, and we forgot to mention that the waves were insane! Check out the documentary of two of the best surfers and biggest rivals of our sport battle it out in an epic boat trip in Indonesia.
Irons Brother Productions presents Dude Cruise. The Irons Brothers Productions film crew and the highly celebrated DC Shoes Surf Team (Bruce Irons, Dane Reynolds, Ry Craike, and amateur Garret Parks) hit the road in Australia for a two-week road trip complete with world class surfing, and a view into the boy's personalities. Have you every wondered what it is like to experience a surf trip through Bruce Irons' or Dane Reynolds' eyes? "Dude Cruise" has a level of reality that other surf films don't have. You get an inside view of what a two week surf trip with the world's top surfers is really like. With an amazing soundtrack like Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Beck, NIN and more this film is guaranteed to be the feel good surf film of the year.