The Documentary Series
Tidal Change is a mental health surf documentary series directed by Aaron Cook and filmed by core cinematographers, Max Franco and Samual Rich. The production is shot in Cornwall, UK. Presentation video to be released in spring 2021.
Surfing can help a persons mental health. Nature is the beating heart. 'You don't have to catch the biggest wave, just sitting on the board and floating in the sea as the sun rises is what it's about''.
The driving force are key filmmakers, being filmed themselves in a behind the scenes format. The filmmakers review their experience with on camera thoughts as the documentary evolves.
- Episode 1 (pilot) explores the surf culture; the people, nature and organisations that are available for people needing a space or a place for healing and support.
Not Yet Funded
Seeking funding (Get in Touch).
Funding Places available for:
Primary TV broadcaster
Clothing Sponsorship (Wetsuits, Boards & Clothing)
Film Equipment (Cameras, lenses, grip, bags)
TIDAL CHANGE TEAM
This is not an organisation. This is a core team of individuals that have come together with various filmmaking skills to show the benefits of surfing on mental health.
Director. Aaron Cook
Cinematographer & Aerial. Samual Rich
Cinematographer & Aerial.Max Franco
Cinematographer. Matt Rosevere
Contributor (Surf Instructor and NHS Worker). Abbi Stewart
Photography. Andy Holter
FPV Aerial. Alex Tam
Underwater Camera. Matt, Sam and Aaron
Second Unit of Cornwall filmmakers as needed
Meet the Team in Spring 2021 in the presentation video!
23 Trevarner Way, Wadebridge, Cornwall