Singleton Marine releases wakeboarding film

Singleton Marine released a feature-length wakeboard and wake surf film called “Seasons.”
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Singleton Marine released a feature-length wakeboard and wake surf film called “Seasons.”

The film is available for free online streaming at SeasonsWakeFilm.com.

In early 2015, executives of Atlanta-based Singleton sat down with producers from Remedy Films to sketch out a plan to make a feature-length film about the wakeboarding life. They hoped to capture the progression of their wake team during the 2015 season.

Thousands of miles, 18 riders, 17 boats, nine filming locations, four personal watercraft, two ATVs and one dead fish later, the “Seasons” wake film shares lessons learned from time spent on the water.

“We wanted to do something that was radically different from the quick-clip, music-style videos you see online today. We wanted to elevate the production value and tell a compelling story,” executive producer Evan Davis said in a statement. “We felt a feature-length film was the best way to introduce our team of riders and showcasing the benefits of spending time on the water with family and friends while establishing a deeper, more emotional connection with our audience.”

"Wakeboarding, wake surfing, they’re more than just summer sports, they're not just for the young and carefree, they're about identifying with something much bigger; a culture built around life on the water," said pro wakeboarder Corey Bradley, the film’s narrator.

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