Saturday, April 20, marks the international release of ASP World Tour surfer Lakey Peterson’s groundbreaking film Zero to 100 at HSS Bella Terra in Huntington Beach, Calif. Hurley will host the premiere, with proceeds benefiting the Hyundai Cancer Institute at CHOC. Music and a marketplace will commence onsite at Bella Terra at 5 p.m., featuring local Orange County band Hindu Pirates and R&B artist Antoine Allain. The official screening of Zero to 100 will begin at 6:45 p.m. at Century Theatres. A VIP area at Cheesecake Factory will host special guests including top surfers from the Association of Surfing Professionals (ASP), sponsors and media.
In Zero to 100, filmmaker Aaron Lieber chronicles the rapid rise of one the sport's most talented and progressive female surfers in an intimate, raw and ultimately inspiring window into her life and the future of women’s surfing.
"There are so many messages in the film and hopefully everyone can relate to it and be inspired on some level," said Peterson. "At the end of the day it is simply a journey about being the best you can be, not letting other people define who you are, and not being afraid to take risks to reach your dreams.”
Tickets can be purchased at TicketBud.com, and the film begins screening publicly in May. A list of dates can be found on the film’s official website. Zero to 100 will be available on iTunes and DVD on April 20.