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WY Documentary: Psychic Migrations Watch us on the Pink Carpet and at the after party with Kelly Slater, Coleborn, Yago, Droid, Nate, Burch and more

Last night Volcom rolled out the pink carpet for all the stars of their new movie Psychic Migrations, the first full-length surf feature we’ve seen from them since The Bruce Movie. The line to get in wrapped around the whole Triangle Square and no one was disappointed with what they saw once they made inside and attacked the popcorn machine.

As for the movie: it’s really fucking beautiful, and it builds to a mighty crescendo, and you feel like it’s getting even more incredible as it goes. The tunes are raw and good, and the cinematography and editing are flawless. And watching Ryan Burch carve with Ozzie Wright and Nate Tyler in some South American left points is a highlight we can’t wait for you to see. And RT absolutely nails it with his editing and directing.

If you want to get out to the cinema and see for yourself, here are the Volcom Psychic Migration tour dates. Or just watch us lizard out last night above:

Kill Devil Hills, NC: September 19
Santa Cruz, CA: September 19
Seminyak, Bali: September 20
Kamogawa City, Chiba Japan: September 22
Durban, South Africa: September 23
San Luis Obispo, CA: September 24
Mazatlan, Mexico September 25

Check the details for all the locations here. 

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Unreleased Psychic Migrations Scene Watch Isla de Algas starring Ryan Burch and Andrew Doheny to celebrate the release of the new Psychic Migrations book.

To celebrate the release of the Psychic Migrations book, director Ryan Thomas dug into a trip that didn’t make it into the original film, but deserves some stage time. In this cutting room floor short called Isla de Algas, Ryan Burch and Andrew Doheny motor out to sea and then row ashore to a desert island back…

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WY Documentary: Psychic Migrations Watch us on the Pink Carpet and at the after party with Kelly Slater, Coleborn, Yago, Droid, Nate, Burch and more

Last night Volcom rolled out the pink carpet for all the stars of their new movie Psychic Migrations, the first full-length surf feature we’ve seen from them since The Bruce Movie. The line to get in wrapped around the whole Triangle Square and no one was disappointed with what they saw once they made inside…

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WY Documentary: RT and Veeco Part 2: “A psychedelic trip through the textures of nature”

Getting inside the mind of an artist is really hard to do. While brilliant, they usually can’t articulate the trippy colors and images that pass through their minds. Such has been the case of Volcom’s brilliant filmmaker Ryan Thomas (RT). He’s been involved in some of our favorite Volcom surf films of the past decade…

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WY Documentary: Veeco Productions In part 1 RT takes us behind the curtain of Volcom’s most creative films

They’re somewhere between comedic genius and surreal, feverish nightmares. Raw. Authentic. Fun. But always creative — with a smiley, fucked up twist. Volcom films challenge us, and make us remember surfing is whatever crazy thing you want it to be. And it’s always backed up by the most legit action you can compile. We sat down with…

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Documentary: Dion Agius Part 4

In this final installment of the series, friends discuss the critics, projects and prospects of Dion Agius. He’s 26 and not finished.

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Documentary: Dion Agius Part 3

Before every third pro stopped doing contests and started a blog, Dion stopped doing contests and started a blog.

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Documentary: Dion Agius Part 2

Dion moved from Tasmania to the Gold Coast for high school, and everything changed.

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Documentary: Dion Agius Part 1

At 26, Dion has practically become an entire pro surfing genre unto himself. He’s as remarkable out of the water as he is on a surfboard.