02.08.11 by Jeff

Year Zero

Globe’s new surf film “Year Zero” looks pretty cool but I’m just stoked that it features an original soundtrack by Vancouver’s Black Mountain.

Globe 0000 Year Zero surf film featuring Black Mountain

Watch the trailer for 16mm film below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • alex

    Jeff, you mean “Year Zero”, right? :)

    • hahaha ya i blame the typo on it being 4am when i wrote it

  • lapetitefaon

    omg, nothing can beat a good surf film, and the music sounds amaaazing, why can’t I seem to find a release date anywhere on the internet? ahhh!

    • Magda

      It’s august 3, at the end of the video it redirects you to globe.tv/0000 for more information

      • lapetitefaon

        THANK YOU! I’m so oblivious!

  • Ryan A.

    Wait so when this is released, any idea where you’d be able to view it?

    • i believe it premieres tomorrow in Costa Mesa, not sure when the rest of us get to see it

  • Bo

    love this. makes me want to get back in the water.

  • This is so exciting! The soundtrack is going to be amazing too!

  • Mike X

    Costa Mesa was the world premiere of YEAR ZERO [0000], the Europe premiere is in the first week of October so it’ll be available mid October for everyone :)





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