SURF film Commonplace celebrates a bunch of diverse people from varying ages, backgrounds, careers and skills levels becoming a close knit community through the act of surfing in the same place regularly.
The film is narrated by Yanchep resident Warrick Palmateer who has seen it all unfold over decades.
This is anti-localism, all welcoming and most of all fun.
Filming took place over about 30 different days during May to October this year.
The end result is a seven and a half minute story that combines ground, aerial and water-based imagery that delves into the fun, lighter side of surfing, the reason we all got into it in the first place.
Commonplace is a double meaning in that we share this common place but we’re all also commonplace (average) surfers, just out there to have fun and create memories with our friends and family.
The film will premiere at 6pm on Saturday, November 10 at the Mary Lindsay Homestead community centre on Capricorn Esplanade, Yanchep.