a documentary by Arthur Picard on the surfer Clément Roseyro in Nazaré to discover

a documentary by Arthur Picard on the surfer Clément Roseyro in Nazaré to discover
a documentary by Arthur Picard on the surfer Clément Roseyro in Nazaré to discover

CRoseyro Element distinguished himself in Nazaré. The Angloy surfer came second at the end of January in the Tudor Nazaré big wave challenge, on the Praia do Norte spot. From the cliff, another Angloy surfer, Arthur Picard, videographer and photographer, didn’t miss a thing of the event. He too is passionate about the ocean, swimmer, body surfer and coastal lifeguard. Together…

CRoseyro element distinguished himself in Nazaré. The Angloy surfer came second at the end of January in the Tudor Nazaré big wave challenge, on the Praia do Norte spot. From the cliff, another Angloy surfer, Arthur Picard, videographer and photographer, didn’t miss a thing of the event. He too is passionate about the ocean, swimmer, body surfer and coastal lifeguard. Together, they made a 30-minute documentary, “One Step”, which will be presented as a preview, during an evening organized Thursday evening at the Moskowa hangar, 7 allée Louis-de-Foix.

Clément Roseyro has been surfing since he was very young. Arthur Picard, passionate about images, obtained his BTS audiovisual at the image and sound center of the Cassin high school in Bayonne, but located in Biarritz.

The two young people had known each other by sight for a long time, especially since they live close to each other near the Brise-Lames port, but they only really met a few months ago. Very quickly, they wanted to pool their talents. They spent a whole month together in Nazaré. At first, it was just a matter of producing a five-minute documentary for a partner of Clément Roseyro.

Hours of filming

By discovering the environment of the Portuguese spot, where many major production companies gravitate, Clément and Arthur wanted to go further. “I shot footage for days, from morning to night, changing locations to get different angles,” says Arthur. “After having derushed these long hours of footage, I called on a completely external professional editor. He brought a different perspective. In the end, it’s not a film about surfing. There’s a real narrative line around Clément.”

On Thursday, the evening will start at 7 p.m. There, you will be able to discover the beers of the young Angloye Landberry brewery with its leopard cans. There will also be food trucks. For the occasion, Clément Roseyro has transformed himself into an organizer to find the service providers and set up the evening. “I want to create events, to meet people. Being on social networks is not enough.”

For him, being filmed while surfing is important. “For a long time, it was part of training, to progress. It forces you to try to do something that has style.”

Objectif Jaws

Waterman, equally at ease during a big wave surfing session, as he is on a foil, wing or kite, has taken up the documentary game with Arthur Picard by becoming a producer. “I am very happy with the result and I want to bring this film to life.” It has already been selected for the Anglet International Surf Film Festival and a festival in Portugal.

For next winter, he is already thinking about going back to Nazaré. “A bond has really been created there.” More than in Teahupoo, where he was last week. He has also already been to Puerto Escondido in Mexico. “All I need now is Jaws,” smiles Clément, who has in mind to go and confront the ferocity of the waves of the island of Maui, in Hawaii.

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