road to the highline
CORONA and the world surf league
Ten days in South Africa, four retro twin fins shaped by Mikey February, one expression session on the world stage. This is "Road to the Highline," directed by Kai Neville, presented by Corona and World Surf League. Documenting a road-trip from Durban to Jeffreys Bay, this film is about style, craft and effortless form. It's about freedom, adventure and connection — to surfing heritage and those that have shaped it.
Director - Kai Neville
Director of Photography - Andrew Gough
Executive Producers - Jam Hassan, Ryan Bucci, Evan Ellman
Producer - Theo Kirkham-Lewitt
Line Producer -  Damien Fahrenfort
Photographer - Jam Hassan
Additional Cinematography -  Dylan Roberts
Offline Editor - Lucas Vazquez
Sound Post Production - Sonar Music
Colorist - Fergus Rotherham
Art Director - Matthew Pike
World Surf League
President, WSL Studios - Erik Logan
Director of Branded Content, WSL Studios - Ryan Bucci
Producer, WSL Studios - Theo Kirkham-Lewitt
VP Account Management - Rory Donahue
Head of Music - Allison Thiel
Music Supervisor - Ryan Faucett

Monster Children Films
Executive Producer - Jam Hassan
Creative Director - Chris Searl
Account Director - Kieran Burke
Event Manager - Cory Roberts
Content Manager - Tom Cole

Global Director - Evan Ellman 
Global VP - Felipe Ambra
Swell - Vintage Slims
Rotary Wave - Vintage Slims
Summoning the 4th - Hobsons Bay Coast Guard
Tropical Haven - Vintage Slims
Moonshadows - Gong Gong Gong
Babe Rainbow - Something New

Special thanks
Evan Ellman, Felipe Ambra and the team at Corona, Britt Merrick, Jason Ribbink, Scott Anderson, Scott Martinson, Elton Fursman and the team at Channel Islands Surfboards, Stephanie Gilmore, Ryan Callinan, Johanne Defay, Surprise Mpanza, Zelti Brynard, Whitney Gilmore, Cheron and Ari Kraak, Luellen, Graham and Jordy Smith, Bruce Gold, Des Sawyer, Ronnie Blakey, Alan Van Gysen, Tim Jordin and the team at Lemac, Nadine Riezouw, Alex Prudames at GAGA Music, Jill Stewart at Remote Control Records and Wharf Cat Records.

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