ARCTIC JANUARY

A Lofoten Surf Mission With Oliver Hartkopp

“Arctic January,” a short film with Oliver Hartkopp produced by Hallvard Kolltveit just won the Grand Prize at the Cold Hawaii Film Festival and get featured on American Surfer Mag!

"The Arctic is typically not the ideal destination for a strike mission, especially in January when there’s barely three hours of daylight, extreme tides and heavy storms.  For this reason, Danish surfer Oliver Hartkopp had spent six months planning a trip to Lofoten..." 

Full story by Ben Waldron now online on Surfer Magazine

 

 

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