Surfing, Skateboarding, Music, Photography, Travel, Culture and general antics of the youth on the run.

Watch new trailer for John John’s movie “View From a Blue Moon” will premiere globally on November 11

Are we excited? Fuck yes. Are we nervous? Maybe a little. After watching this new trailer — a narrated, beautiful, Planet Earth-meets-Jurassic Park cinematic leviathan — it’s clear they’re shooting for the moon (sorry, had to). They want you, but they also want your extended family as well. They’re going big (mainstream big). And that always makes us a little worried.

But because it’s John John and we’re excited to see what three years of his  footage locked in a vault might look like: we’re all in. It’s something that we haven’t seen done before and we’re all for that. So aside from a little nervous tickle thanks to the sketchy sheen that comes with the mainstream narrator, we’re amped. And from the sounds of it, we’ll be getting our eyes on this in some super modern simultaneous cinema premiere experiment on November 11th, when the movie will world premiere globally.

Go watch the new trailer here.

And then check out all the premiere information here.

All premiere’s are on November 11 at 8pm.

Screen Shot 2015-10-26 at 2.36.23 PM

Oahu, Hawaii: 

Sunset Beach Neighborhood Park
59-727 Kamehameha Hwy
Haleiwa, HI 96712

Orange County, California (8pm and 9:46 PM Screening): 

Edwards Big Newport 6 
300 Newport Center Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660

Australia 

Collaroy Cinema
1097 Pittwater Road
Collaroy, New South Wales, 2097

Doors Open 7pm,
Screening 8pm, End 9pm

Brazil

Itau Cinemas
Rua Augusta 1475 – Consolacao
Sao Paulo SP 01305-100

Doors open 7pm,
Screening 8pm, End 9pm

Japan

Toho Cinemas Shibuya
2-6-17 Dogenzaka
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Doors Open 7pm,
Screening 8pm, End 9pm

Paris
11/12/2015

Le Grand Rex
Boulevard Poissonniere 1
Paris 75002

Doors open 7pm,
screening 8pm, end 9pm

South Africa

The Labia Theater
68 Orange Street
Gardens, Cape Town, South Africa

Doors open 7pm,
screening 8pm, End 9pm

Sign up for letters from What Youth