Run to the Sea

“Nothing worth achieving has ever yielded to fear, self-conscious restrain or preservation of ego. You’re going to have to die a thousand deaths through failures and disappointments, losses and heartbreak. You’re going to have to lose yourself in the suffocation of the darkness that drowns your being. Once this place becomes comfortable you will realize it is in the darkness where light penetrates. Through the dark waters lights makes itself known. Throw yourself to the wolves with love in your heart and fire in your belly, burning for the world.”

Run to the Sea, by Dylan Stott and Kurt Rist won best short at theShore Shots Irish Surf Film Festival and gained an Official Selection to the the San Sebastian Filmfestibal.

Words by Justin Craigen

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