Entrance Free is a film about 19 year-old windsurfer Julian Wiemar and his friends traveling around the world to do what they love, to be on the water.
„The Entrance to go on the water is always free, no matter where and when. Windsurfing makes us happy, so we found the entrance to happiness, and it is for free. This is the best thing that happened to me in my life. (Julian Wiemar)
“Of course there are travel/gear costs etc, but in contrast to many other sports it doesn’t cost anything to enter our playground, the ocean.
What I did since the middle of last year is what I always wanted to do – windsurfing and traveling around the world with my friends without any competition pressure. Even my broken hand and some torn ligaments couldn’t stop me from having fun.
Thank you very much to all my family, friends and sponsors to make that dream come true and thanks to Valentin for capturing it on film. Valentin broke his foot on the very first trip of the journey, in Brazil, but much worse than my injuries. He couldn’t windsurf for more than half a year, so we decided that he would keep on traveling but using his camera instead of his windsurf equipment, so he followed us to different spots in Brazil, South Africa, Canary Islands and to Norway to film my dream year. On that journey we realized how much fun filming actually is and we started to get more and more into it. Valentin constantly upgraded his camera equipment and his skills and we are proud to show you the outcome of our first bigger film project. I hope you guys enjoy it and tell us what you think!“ (Julian Wiemar)
Sick action and beautiful shots. Although I prefer shorter, more tightly edited surfmovies this is definitely one of the better windsurf films of 2016 in my opinion!
Impressive! You really got some talent valentin. This is just awesome.
Best fil this year, 2016!