(Also available in 75 mins) Mad Dogs tells the story of three Brazilian surfers who have left all in pursuit of the dream of surfing the biggest waves in the world. Never imagined that a few years later they would write an important chapter in the history of big wave surfing. Danilo Couto, Yuri Soledade and Marcio Freire, better known as ‘Mad Dogs’, live in Hawaii and changed the history of giant wave surfing by being the first to paddle the deadly waves of Jaws, in Hawaii, where they can easily reach 30 feet / 10 meters and before them were only ridden with the help of jetskis. Peter Troy Award Bell’s Beach Surf Film Festival 2016. Audience Award Winner at Maui Film Festival 2016. Official Selections: Sheffield International Documentary Fest 2016, Honolulu Surf Film Festival 2016, New Port Beach Film Festival 2016 & Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2015.