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INGA: They are the world’s biggest rapids, 1.6 million cubic feet of water per second, thundering down the final pitch of the mighty Congo River. They are twice as steep and 100 times the average volume of those found on the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. Explorers have tried to conquer these rapids for generations, but none have succeeded. ”It would be insanity in a successor,” wrote famed explorer Henry Morton Stanley in 1877, after his right-hand man drowned. ”There’s nothing shameful in portaging,” declared Col. John Blashford-Snell during his multinational team’s highly publicized attempt in 1974. And popular French TV Adventurer Philippe De Dieuleveult never had the chance to comment, as the entire team who attempted the rapids with him, mysteriously vanished in 1985. The Inga rapids have remained the “the choking stone of navigation” up or down the Congo River for centuries!
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The beauty of nature, the importance of friendship and the unpredictable perils of fate are each the subject and the breathtaking form of Thomas W. Oliver’s cinematic experience Raven Fork.
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In March 2011, over 1000 students descended upon Holme Pierrepoint, Nottingham for the annual National Student Rodeo. Carnage did ensue.
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Last fall actor and woodworker NIck Offerman (NBC's Parks and Recreation) found himself with some time to kill in New York City while his wife is working on Broadway, so he decided to build a couple of canoes. After reading Canoecraft by Ted Moores (Bear Mountain Boats), Nick called up to purchase some plans and before he knew it Ted's wife Joan had enlisted his help to produce this canoe building video as a companion to Canoecraft.
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Francesco Salvato has dedicated his life to the kayak and descended the rivers of all 5 continents. Much in demand as a teacher, his 30 years of experience have been concentrated in this video.
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Max Bilbow's first publicly distributed movie covering the internationally acclaimed National Student Rodeo 2008... Definitely the biggest freestyle even ever...
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After the moderately successful release of Means of Production comes the long awaited, and equally low- budget, cataclysm of kayaking and comedy; Means of Production 2.
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A Norwegian Odyssey interspersed with adventures from around the globe. Follow Max and his friends as they tackle the gnar from the glaciers of Norway to the jungles of Madagascar. Jam packed full of action and humour; narrated by television's own Tony Bilbow.
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Just like the White Album, too many fests to mention… Dundee film festival, Banff tour, Cumbria, RSN, etc. This film, shot in 16mm and 24-P is a beautiful creeking film and proof that cinematography matters…especially with world record drops, huge slides, and good friends.
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Know by many as one of the best kayaking films ever made. The White Album is a classic. Just creeking, just fun….just watch it.
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Follow Nate Ballinger as he climbs the 32 pitch 5.11 A2 nose of EL Capitan then runs down to paddle the C. Fork of the merced river (25 miles of class v+). Usually done in two separate expeditions totaling 7 days. Nate will link the two together in under 24 hours. This is the most technical, grueling and mentally challenging multi-sport linkup ever completed. Shot entirely in HD. This is a landmark of what can be completed in a single day and is the new biathlon of adventure sports.
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Adventures in Loonerland, the Best of British on Tour
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Genotype Video, Elemental WW Instructional
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Destination Nowhere Video, a european adventure.