Licensing & Rights Clearances

With 15 years of film production focused on the fluidly evolving surfing sub-culture, JBFilms and his collaborators have amassed a vast modern catalogue of imagery.  To maximize the potential for future collaborations, JBFilms has crafted strategic partnerships with his producing partners to protect the Jason Baffa Film's ethos while making the extensive film library & merchandise accessible to the public.


Rights & Reproduction

As the interest in JBFilms' projects has grown, requests to use the company’s copyrights and trademarks have steadily increased, in particular, rights for the film One California Day. To support this growing interest, One California Day Entertainment LLC (OCDE), a partnership with Mark Jeremias was built.  Represented by the same team that represents Bruce Brown Films, OCDE carefully distinguishes between commercial and non-commercial requests. The team feels the importance of nurturing the One California Day legacy and takes pride in protecting the film's assets while making quality items for the public to enjoy.  Those interested in exploiting the company’s imagery in advertising or for other commercial purposes, such as merchandise licensing or promotional products, should contact our licensing team by e-mail at

Licensing proposals submitted online should include:

(1) Corporate / Individual Contact Information

(2) Detailed descriptions of the intended use

(3) Sales projections (if merchandise license)

Upon review of the proposal, a company representative will get back to prospective licensees. To protect the exclusive designs and images the company has developed, One California Days’ style guide is only available to existing licensees.

OCDE rigorously protects itself globally against unauthorized uses of its copyrights and trademarks.  To protect the integrity and value of the company’s intellectual property as well as the investment and commitment made by our loyal authorized licensees, we aggressively pursue and take appropriate action against all unlawful uses of our intellectual property.