DAY AT THE POOL sheds new light on the true origins of modern skateboarding, featuring blazing interviews with Tony Alva, Stacy Peralta, Jay Adams and the rest of the Dogtown crew, who reveal that one anonymous kid from the swimming-pool suburbs of LA may have been singularly responsible for the skateboarding revolution that redefined adolescent life in America. Further probing interviews are heated and an intentionally hidden secret is uncovered.

Perfectly situated between believable and fantastic, this film is sure to leave some viewers questioning what is true.

DAY AT THE POOL has received several awards to date, including;

Best Documentary Short, 2012 Irvine International Film Festival
Best Directorial Debut, Documentary, 2011 IFQ Film Festival, NYC
People's Choice Best Director, 2011 Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival
Best In Festival, 2011 Malibu International Film Festival
The Zelig Award for Innovation, Mockfest 2011
Best Short Documentary, 2011 LA Underground International Film Festival
Honorable Mention, Short Documentary, 2011 Austin Film Festival
Honorable Mention, Short Documentary, 2011 Los Angeles Reel Film Festival