1. For the third time Kayak Session Magazine is organizing the Short Film of the Year Awards presented by Sweet Protection and Powered by EpicTV.
    The criteria for selection are cinematography, editing, image quality, storytelling, creativity, and, of course, kayak performance. All films must be under 5 minutes long.

    Last but not least, there are huge prizes this year folks!

    1st place wins a $5,000 USD , 2nd place $2,500 USD, 3rd place $1,000 USD – This is a total of 8500 USD in prizes!

    For more info and enter: kayaksession.com/short-film-of-the-year-awards-2013-how-to-participate/

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  2. A video recap of the 2013 season in Corsica which saw the best waterlevels over the past decade. Sun, emerald waters, incredible runs, great food and friends, that’s Corsica!

    By: Stephane Pion (We Are Hungry Prod.)

    From: France

    Corsica Sessions 2013 (Kayak Session Short Film of the Year Awards 2013 – Entry#1)

    More info go to: kayaksession.com/category/kayaktv/short-film-entries-2013/

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  3. Check out what Zegul paddlers do when the spring is late?… They paddle on the snowy streets of Talinn…

    (This is an entry for the Best Short Film of the Year Awards 2013)

    More info go to: kayaksession.com/category/kayaktv/short-film-entries-2013/

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  4. In Sweden it has become second nature to us to paddle during the coldest season of the year, but we are constantly reminded that is something that appears extreme for non-paddlers. This movie examines what really keeps us motivated to go on the water despite the temperature sometimes dropping below minus 15 degrees celsius. (This is an entry for the Best Short Film of the Year Awards 2013)

    By: Erik Garmo

    From: Sweden

    More info go to: kayaksession.com/category/kayaktv/short-film-entries-2013/

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  5. The West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island is home to a kayakers paradise. Steep rivers tumble from the alps to the sea in less than a couple hundred kilometers. On the way they cut through deep schist gorges. Many of the gorges have been paddled but many remain wild and hidden. Local kiwi kayakers recently took up the challenge to paddle Morgan’s gorge on the Waitaha river and the Toaroha canyon. These two rivers show how potential for future exploration should be considered during hydro consent decisions. After all adventure is something that defines your classic New Zealander.

    By: Dave Kwant

    From: New Zealand

    (This is an entry for the Best Short Film of the Year Awards 2013)

    More info go to: kayaksession.com/category/kayaktv/short-film-entries-2013/

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2013 Kayak Session Short Film Of The year Awards

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Enjoy the entries for the Kayak Session Magazine 2013 Short Film of the Year Awards.
This competition runs from March 1st 2013, through November 15th 2013 for the first round.
The first round will designate the Top 6, the Final Cut.
It is based on…


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Enjoy the entries for the Kayak Session Magazine 2013 Short Film of the Year Awards.
This competition runs from March 1st 2013, through November 15th 2013 for the first round.
The first round will designate the Top 6, the Final Cut.
It is based on views, so if you like a video more than others, watch it, and let your friends know about it!
Enjoy!
The Team @ kayak session mag.
This contest is powered by EpicTV and presented by Sweet Protection

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