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So here we have chosen for you a selection of films with a watery feel, form across the globe; we've Basque Big Waves and to home grown paddlers heading far and wide paddling adventures. As well as an award winning UK premiere….
The UK premiere of the award winning STANDING ON WATER, from film maker Peter Alsted, is a story of overcoming your fears and following your passion. It's the journey of how, Danish born, Casper Steinfath overcame his fear of water and became one of the best stand up paddle surfers in the world. It's a story of how far passion can take you in life, even if you grow up in a small and isolated fishing village in the middle of nowhere. Strong family bonds, brotherhood, and the birth of a Danish surf community in what today is known as Cold Hawaii set the stage in this meditative portrait of a life lived by and for the ever-changing ocean.
EXPEDITION Q - A group of friends set out on an adventure only they could have dreamed up. The journey takes them across Baffin Island's Penny Ice Cap on skis, on a first descent of the Class V Weasel River and finally--by way of traditional kayaks they hand-built themselves--over age-old Inuit hunting routes across the southern portion of the island all the way to sea.
Join Erik, Sarah, Eric and Kate on a 1,000-kilometer ski, river, sea kayak and portage across the souther portion of the world's fifth-largest island. This is Expedition Q.
KARUN tells the journey of two British adventurers, Tom Allen and Leon McCarron, set out to follow Iran's longest river, aiming to go beyond the politics and showcase the culture and geography of this misunderstood nation. But they soon begin to wonder if they've bitten off more than they can chew…