Kayak Session Magazine Best Short Film of the Year Awards - The final cut announced!...
For the second time, Kayak Session magazine will award the 'Best Short Film of the Year Awards'.
This clip is this year's FINAL CUT - the top 6 finalists - !
And the finalists are...
Entry #34 - Congo, The Grand Inga Project - by Steve Fisher
Entry #16 - Black Canyon, The Next Generation - by: Cloud Level Media
Entry #48 - Best of Bomb Flow - by Evan Garcia & Fred Norquist
Entry #03 - Breathless in Chile - by Nigel Markey & Sam Markman
Entry #17 -The Royal Flush - by Evan Garcia
Entry #13 - Unknown: Aniol Serrasolses - By Tino Specht
Selected among the 51 entries sent since january 2012 - The Best Short Film Award winners, will be announced at the end of the year.
(Criteria for the selection are cinematography, editing, image quality, story telling, creativity, and off course kayak performance.)
Judges panel made of professional filmakers, professional photographers, and whitewater professionals: Scott Lindgren (Usa), Jed Weingarten (Usa), Goran Langgard (Norway), Olaf Obsommer (Germany), Ola Keul (Norway), Panu Lehti (Finland), Gerry Moffatt (Scotland), Philippe Doux (France), Whitney Lonsdale (Usa)
Here is the last DK boys whitewater video « RainDrop ». The cycle of water takes you on rivers and freestyle spot all over the world. you will first be shivering, then you might end up smiling!
Many thanks to the kayakers and partners for these awesome moments.
This movie won two awards on the fifth french kayak film festival :
Best public and editing film.
Voici la dernière vidéo de kayak des DK boys « RainDrop ». Le cycle de l’eau nous
emmène sur les rivières et les vagues du monde entier. Un début à vous donner des frissons, pour
finir avec le sourire…
Merci a tous les kayakistes, participants et partenaires pour les bons moments passés !!
Cette vidéo a gagné deux trophées lors du 5eme festival du film kayak :
Prix du public et du montage.
When a skiing accident left Greg Mallory paralyzed from the waist down, he turned to kayaking to help him escape his wheelchair. Now he’s an accomplished Class V whitewater paddler who finds strength, challenge and meaning on the river. This is his story.