Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Cyrus Sutton comes to Picture Farm

Compassing is about finding freedom. In the summer of 2013, award-winning filmmaker and free surfer, Cyrus Sutton ( took the trip of his dreams. After converting his old Ford Econoline van into a custom wood-and-steel-camper, he set out on a 60-day, 3000-mile journey into the heart of Mexico in search of "Freedom." Some of the best Pacific Ocean swells in recent memory provide an action-packed backdrop for Sutton’s signature storytelling to explore the meaning of freedom and surf with the friends met along the way.

The film will premiere 6pm on August 15th at Picture Farm Gallery, 338 Wythe Ave Brooklyn, NY 11249, a neighborhood art gallery and community center in Williamsburg. Sutton will be on hand to discuss his experience with the film. The evening will also feature a live performance by NYC’s New Myths and an art show of selected photos from Sutton’s journey.

1 comment:

nsabich said...

Insanely happy for all of this great art, and awesome artists passing through your doors at PictureFarm, Toddy! What a world you have created!