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2012 "Reel Paddling Film Festival"
hosted by Liverpool Canoe Club (in association with RAPID MEDIA, Ontario Canada)
Monday 12th November 2012
(The only UK showing for this world tour)

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7:00pm - 10:00pm
(spare tickets may be available at the door - cost £12.00)

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 We will be showing all 5 category winning films along with a selection of 9 other short films. (14 films in total covering all aspects of paddle sports. This is a must see for anyone interested in paddling.

For more information of the world tour and short previews of the films

BP Films

 Venue: Liverpool Marina L3 4BP
Parking is in the large car park
infront of the club.

Liverpool Marina
Coburg Wharf
Sefton Street
L3 4BP

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"Advanced Classic Solo Canoeing - BEST INSTRUCTIONAL PADDLING FILM

Duration: 6:27

Becky Mason takes you for a spin in her cedar-canvas canoe on the crystal clear waters of Lac Vert, Quebec. Be spellbound by the advanced strokes and maneuvers she shows and the stunning underwater camera angles. During the ride, Becky shares her tips, techniques and stories that surround these heritage strokes.

Director and Producer: Becky Mason and Reid McLachlan



Duration: 16:10

Pete McBride grew up on a ranch in Western Colorado, a child of the Colorado River. After a life spent visiting other countries to tell stories as a National Geographicphotojournalist, in 2008 Pete decided to follow the water from his family’s ranch to see where it ends up. This is the story of Pete’s journey, and a story about the lifeblood of the American West.

Director and Producer: Pete McBride"


Duration: 25:27

WildWater is a journey into the places only river runners can go. It’s a visually stunning feast for the senses, and an expedition into new ideas. We wanted to communicate the essence of whitewater and put its soul on film. After thousands of hours of effort, borrowing Hollywood film tools and techniques, WildWater brings new images to kayaking and adventure cinema.

Director: Anson Fogel

Producer: Forge Motion Pictures


"Rescues - Sea Kayak with Gordon Brown – BEST SEA KAYAK FILM

Duration: 19:55

Exciting and practical rescue coaching sessions from one of the world’s top coaches, mixed with a spectacular journey to St. Kilda, a remote cluster of islands in the North Atlantic. Essential rescue techniques are demonstrated in calm water and rough, with on-screen graphics emphasizing key learning points.

Director and Producer: Simon Willis


"ExOfficio Presents Kayak Fishing: Game On 4 – BEST KAYAK FISHING FILM

Duration: 3:13

In this special film festival version, Jim Sammons hooks up with Paul Harwood and Bluewater Rockies Sportfish Guiding Company on the Fraser River in British Columbia, with the goal of catching one of the enormous sturgeon that inhabit the area.

Director: Will Richardson

Producer: Ken Whiting


"International Whitewater Hall of Fame 2011 Inductees

Duration: 9:24

This tribute reminds us of whitewater firsts that we now take for granted: rafting on the Zambezi and Tatshenshini; playing kayak polo or wearing a PFD produced to a standard; and applying the rigor of sprint paddling to downriver racing.

Director and Producer: Sasha Motivala


"Paddle to the Ocean: Part 2

Duration: 5:54

Musician Zac Crouse begins his 82-day sea kayak journey from the Ottawa Valley back home to Halifax, Nova Scotia. Crouse paddles through class IV rapids and tidal bores, down four major rivers and across the Bay of Fundy while touring his new solo album.

Director: Kelsey Thompson

Producer: Aram Kouyoumdjian



Duration: 3:42

Whitewater paddling has many different aspects: big wave surfing, steep creeking, expedition and freestyle paddling. This film captures it all, featuring stunning locations and kayaking’s biggest stars.

Director: Mike Mckay

Producer: Five2Nine Website:"

"Sea Kayak Rescues

Duration: 9:41

World-renowned coaches Shawna Franklin and Leon Sommé, co-owners of Body Boat Blade International, join forces with award-winning filmmaker Bryan Smith. Visually stunning slow motion combined with exciting real time footage of rescues in tidal races, coastal environments and protected bays gives paddlers the tools they need for simple and effective rescues.

Director: Bryan Smith

Producer: Reel Water Productions


"Searching for the River God - The Journey Continues

Duration: 6:57

Extreme Kayak World Champion Sam Sutton and filmmaker Olaf Obsommer spent a year searching for the most spectacular runnable whitewater on the planet. Their journey took them to Russia’s remote Altai Mountains, to Iceland—the kingdom of waterfalls, and to Chiapas in the south of Mexico.

Director: Mike Hamel and Olaf Obsommer

Producer: Olaf Obsommer Website:"


Duration: 4:11

Zac Crouse develops banjo paddling with help from a puppet.

Director and Producer: Aram Kouyoumdjin


"Tracing the Columbia – BEST CANOEING FILM

Duration: 21:10

Tracing The Columbia brings together two historical moments: David Thompson's charting of The Columbia River in 1811 and the 45-day journey of 200 modern voyageurs paddling the river to mark the 200th anniversary of Thompson's achievement.

Director: Jay Macmillan Producer: Louise Bentley"


Duration: 20:40

Norm Hann's 400-kilometer standup paddling expedition through the Great Bear Rainforest, and along the proposed North Coast oil tanker route, visited First Nations communities and highlighted the area’s rich marine ecosystems, bringing awareness to the threat of an oil spill in this world-class natural environment.

Director and Producer: Taylor Fox


"This Is The Roll

Duration: 9:55

Learn to roll in stunning locations—including Vancouver Island, Wales, Scotland and Italy— with two of the world’s leading instructors. This film teaches you three different rolls that complement each other beautifully so you can avoid swimming, no matter how you are knocked over.

Director and Producer: Justine CurgenvenWebsite:"


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