Orpheum Theatre, Sydney, Australia

Sunday 8th March, 2020 – International Women’s Day


UNDONE is a remarkable story of personal endeavour following female professional surfer, Laura Enever who leaves a comfortable place on the WSL Championship Tour to explore the unpredictable world of big wave surfing. In a life altering change of course, Laura spends the Southern winter breaking into a male dominated sport by pursuing some of the most dangerous and remote waves on the planet.


The film premiered at the Orpheum Theatre in Sydney on March 8th to coincide with International Women’s Day. UNDONE played in front of 1,000 people, a sold-out cinema, a truly remarkable feat and there was not one person who left disappointed.


The film took the entire crowd on a journey with Laura to reach some of the most remote waves in Australia and gave insight to Laura’s life and highlighted her vibrant personality that we all LOVE.


UNDONE ended with a standing ovation from every single person in the cinema, in what was described by renowned surfing journalist Vaughan Blakey, as one of the best surf films he had ever seen. A live Q & A followed, hosted by Vaughan with Laura and film Director, Steve Wall gave insight to what was an incredible, must see for every surf fan, film.