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    The Granite Stoke

    New Hampshire is not known for its waves but a vibrant surfing community calls this 13 miles coastline home.

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    The Granite Stoke

    Directed by Dylan Ladds & Ryan Scura 2014 40 min
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    New Hampshire is not known for its waves, but a vibrant surfing community calls this 13 mile coastline home.

    “It does more than tell the story of this small US State; it captures the very essence of surfing and what makes the friends we meet through it so special.” - London Surf Film Festival

    Best NH Short Documentary - 2014 New Hampshire Film Festival
    Honorable Mention - 2014 San Diego Surf Film Festival
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    The Granite Stoke

    New Hampshire is not known for its waves, but a vibrant surfing community calls this 13 mile coastline home.

    “It does more than tell the story of this small US State; it captures the very essence of surfing and what makes the friends we meet through it so special.” - London Surf Film Festival

    Best NH Short Documentary - 2014 New Hampshire Film Festival
    Honorable Mention - 2014 San Diego Surf Film Festival

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