The Big Wave Project II



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The journey in the heart of big wave surfing continues with this sequel of 
acclaim surf documentary The Big Wave Project.
 This production has taken Tim around the planet to interview the world's 
most renowned big wave surfers and to record the biggest and most 
death-defying waves. It's a narrative that will scare viewers as much as it 
will exhilarate. 
How monsters waves can be surfed both in paddle and tow? Is there any 
limits? What are the stories behind the biggest waves too big to paddle? 
The Big Wave Project 2 takes on answering those questions by travelling to 
big wave spots on the planet with the world’s most respected big wave 
Locations include: Nazaré (Portugal) - the home of the biggest rideable wave, The Right, Shipsterns (Australia), Cloudbreak (Fiji) and Teahupo’o 
(Tahiti), Mavericks and Jaws ( USA)
Fearuting legendary Hawaiian surfers Kai Lenny, Ian Walsh, Kohl Christensen. Aussies Jamie Mitchell, Kipp Caddy & Brad Norris. In Europe Nic 
Von Rupp, Conor Maguire & Tom Lowe. In Tahiti, Tim McKenna, Matahi 
Drollet & Arrihoe Tefaafana. 
This sequel documentary bring up very special inside story like how big 
wave sur
ng has changed at Mavericks with Jeff Clarke, or covering unique 
moment of bravery with the story of Ramon Navarro’s greatest moment at 
Fiji’s Cloudbreak. 
This doco will not be complete without Nazare, the new Mecca of big wave 
ng, with Kai Lenny, Andrew Cotton & world record holders Maya 
Gabreia & Rodrigo Koxa who share their feelings on the biggest waves EVER surfed. 
 Plus hot off the press
that historic January 2022 swell where some serious contenders went down for a possible new Guinness World 
The Big Wave Project 2 is a made for the big screen, a show that you don’t 
want to miss!!
It is a documentary narrated by Australian legend and world champion 
Tom Carroll. 
The Big Wave Project 2 is directed by
Australian Academy of Cinema and 
Television Arts (AACTA) award-winning
cinematographer and multi-award 
winning surf film producer, Tim Bonython, who has four decades of experience in filming and documenting surfing.