Win double passes to 1980s surf doco Girls Can’t Surf


Win double passes to a documentary on the fight against sexism in 1980s professional surfing.

UPDATE – Entries are now closed and winners contacted by email.

In cinemas this week, Girls Can’t Surf is a new documentary on the women who made waves on and off the ocean by standing against the blatant sexism in the professional surfing world – in the 1980s, a circus of fluorescent colors, peroxide hair and radical male egos. Features surfing greats Jodie Cooper, Frieda Zamba, Pauline Menczer, Lisa Andersen, Pam Burridge, Wendy Botha, Layne Beachley and more.

TO GET IN THE DRAW…

1. Sign-up to Flicks’ weekly email – What to Watch (if you are already signed-up, you’re halfway there).

2. Send us an email, with your name and postal address, to team@flicks.co.nz with ‘Surf’ in the subject line.

3. Await victory. Entries close at midday on Friday, April 9 and winners will be contacted by email.

What to Watch is a weekly update on what’s good on streaming, in cinemas, and other matters concerning the screen. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. All winners picked at random and notified by email. Competition terms & conditions here.