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Gum For My Boat: Surfing in Bangladesh

Gum For My Boat is a story of Hope focusing on the Bangladesh Surf Club and its members.  The club consists of more than 30 boys and girls and is helping to introduce surfing into a culture in a very unconventional method.  Many of the children are street kids or come from very poor families. Some don’t even know how to swim, but their love for surfing brings them together and into a way of life they never even knew existed. An ocean that was once deemed off limits due to fear and a very conservative Islamic culture is now becoming source of fun, escape and even a chance for a way to make a living. Follow professional surfer, Kahana Kalama (a past guest star of Fuel TV’s series On Surfari) as he works with Hawaiian-based non-profit, Surfing The Nations, and learns from these kids that sometimes, surfing involves much more than catching waves.

Director: Russell Brownley

Producers: Russell Brownley, Kahana Kalama, Tom Bauer

Cinematography by: Russell Brownley

Edited by: Russell Brownley, Jesse Schluntz

Trailer Link:

Gum For My Boat

The Wuss Productions

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