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Evening Airtime – (Entry# 1 – Short Film of the Year Awards 2014) - In the Central North Island of New Zealand a bunch of local kayakers were dream chasing, sitting in the thermal hot pools of Rotorua. The idea was simple: Go kayaking in the middle of the night, with the canyons and rapids lit up royally by flood lights, emergency flares and fireworks. As spectacular as it sounds we realized that this dream was actually feasible. A grande crew of kayakers, lighting, filming and saftey crews and not to mention the many spectators came together in the dead of the night running the two most classic sections of whitewater in the North Island. Huka Falls and Troutpool Falls on the Kaituna River. By: Sam Ricketts (Sea to Sky Whitewater prod.) From: New Zealand (This is an entry for the Best Short Film of the Year Awards 2014) View all entries: Enter & Participate:
Added: Apr 11 2014.

2014 Kayak Session Short Film of the Year Awards - Teaser - For the 4th 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:
Added: Apr 4 2014.

The Malabar River Festival – (Kayak Session Short Film of the Year Awards 2013 – Entry# 42) - White water kayaking in South India, until very recently, was a sport that very few people had heard about. A small group of passionate kayakers took it upon themselves to not only explore the hidden gems that this country had to offer but to promote the sport in anyway possible. Thus the idea of the first ever Malabar River Festival was born, a two day river festival aimed at popularizing and creating awareness about this amazing adventure sport. The festival brought together about 30 kayakers from all over India and various other parts of the world to culminate into the biggest adventure race this country has ever witnessed. Presented in video is the story of how the party unfolded. By: Manik Taneja From: India (This is an entry for the Best Short Film of the Year Awards 2013) View all entries:
Added: Nov 22 2013.

From Chile to France – (Kayak Session Short Film of the Year Awards 2013 – Entry# 45) - Get out of your country to the other side of the planet to see new places, new god and many people which is dedicated to the same as you, making touring the country through the veins of Mother Earth and enjoy 100% everyday . By: Alejandro Campos From: Chile.
Added: Nov 22 2013.

The After Party – (Kayak Session Short Film of the Year Awards 2013 – Entry# 44) - Brief video memory of a kayaking trip to Munnar, Kerala during the 2013 monsoon, just after the Malabar River Festival. The Munnar area offers stunning sceneries and highly enjoyable whitewater, in a wild, wild environment. Rivers in the video: Pambar, Poyamkutti, Kunjikutti. By: Jacopo Nordera From: India (This is an entry for the Best Short Film of the Year Awards 2013) View all entries>
Added: Nov 22 2013.

2011-04-16 Easter Corsica Kayak Session
2009-04-12 Corsica Kayak Festival
2006-06-09 Lyon River Festival
2005-06-17 Lyon River Festival
2004-06-11 Lyon River Festival
2003-05-16 Lyon River Festival





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