We are proud to have featured in many different films from some of the biggest names in surfing. Check them out below!

Stoked to feature in Kelly Slater’s recent film by Alek Parker: Continuance Part II.

 
O’Neill's Jordy Smith is known for his cutting-edge high performance surfing. Surfing kept Jordy off the streets and he has never forgotten his roots. Now he’s paying it forward. Donate now: https://www.justgiving.com/surfersnotstreetchildren For interview and more go to http://www.oneill.com/todayisperfect (eu only)
 
Surfers Not Street Children is a project that empowers street children in Durban, South Africa to reconnect with their families and communities in a way that breaks the stereotypes and stigmas of having lived in the streets, founded by Tom Hewitt. Check out the organization's website and donation link here.
 
As part of our long-standing relationship with British Airways' Community Investment team, Cloud Nine recently got back from Durban, South Africa where we spent time with Tom Hewitt and his crew of ex-street kids now-surfing professionals. Apart from their partnership with Comic Relief, British Airways offer annual bursaries to individual projects around the world that they feel are providing long-term sustainable development to the community. Durban has a long history of homelessness and street crime, so a surfing project that can engage young street-children and give them some life-changing guidance is making a huge impact. Following in the footsteps of Coca Cola, O'Neill and Red Bull, who have all filmed with Tom and his projects before (he's good on sponsorship!), British Airways wanted to make a film that had the same high production values every step of the way but could also convey the real impact that his story and actions have had on the local community. Working with DOP Aaron Witchard, and the support of BA's Simon Yates, we pre-scripted, filmed and voiced over in a few short days, attaching GoPros to surfboards and getting sandblasted on what was actually a pretty cold and blustery beach. Once we managed to actually get the kids all in the same place at the same time ("it's like herding cats" said Tom in despair) hanging out with these bright enthusiastic young guys was the highlight - you could feel the energy coming from them, all buzzing from the experience of surfing and being filmed. One requested a coffee with seven sugars which probably contributed to the general energy level. Mugs of hot chocolate post-surf at the beachhouse never tasted so good.
 
CCTV's Faces of Africa covers the lives of young surfers in South Africa's poorer neighborhoods. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVcomInternational Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/cn/app/cctv-news/id878031632?mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cn.cctvnews Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/cctv_english Instagram: http://instagram.com/cctvenglish Weibo: http://weibo.com/cntvenglish
As part of our long-standing relationship with British Airways’ Community Investment team, Cloud Nine spent time in Durban, South Africa with Tom Hewitt and his crew of ex-street kids now-surfing professionals know as Surfers Not Street Children. Apart from their partnership with Comic Relief, British Airways offer annual bursaries to individual projects around the world that they feel are providing long-term sustainable development to the community. Durban has a long history of homelessness and street crime, so a surfing project that can engage young street-children and give them some life-changing guidance is making a huge impact. Following in the footsteps of Coca Cola, O’Neill and Red Bull, who have all filmed with Tom and his projects before (he’s good on sponsorship!). British Airways wanted to make a film that had the same high production values every step of the way but could also convey the real impact that his story and actions have had on the local community. Working with DOP Aaron Witchard, and the support of BA’s Simon Yates, we pre-scripted, filmed and voiced over in a few short days, attaching GoPros to surfboards and getting sandblasted on what was in reality a pretty cold and blustery beach. Once we actually managed to get all the kids in the same place at the same time (“it’s like herding cats” said Tom in despair) hanging out with these bright enthusiastic young guys was the highlight – you could feel the energy coming from them, all buzzing from the experience of surfing and being filmed. One requested a coffee with seven sugars which probably contributed to the general energy level. Our relationship with British Airways has matured over the years, and this film is a nice example of them going with a simpler idea and standing proud of what they do. The guys were a hoot to work with and Tom was inspirational. See what the British Airways Apprentices’ experience was of visiting Surfers Not Street Children in a separate film we made from the trip.
 
Ntando Msibi joined forces with Surfers Not Street Children, and together, they've transitioned from challenging conditions in impoverished South Africa to what will hopefully be the heights of professional surfing. The Inertia: The Definitive Voice of Surf, Mountain, and Outdoors // http://www.theinertia.com Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/TheInertiaYT Follow us!
 
An inspirational story of hardship, street life and passion for surfing Kushaya Igagasi, which means hitting the waves, is a documentary that tells a story of four guys -- Sihle (20), Andile (20), Shorty (19) and Lucky (23) - who as youngsters ended up on the streets due to different reasons.