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Trophy time
Monday, February 06, 2006

'This is the Sea 2" has won 2 awards already which is very exciting. It won 'best seakayaking film' at the Reel Paddling Film Festival in Canada, which had it's premier in Ottowa last weekend. The festival is now taking the best films on tour to over 20 locations in Canada - so watch out for it at a location near to you - you can see where by clicking the link below.

The 30 min Tasmania documentary, which is part of "This is the Sea2" won 2nd prize at the biggest European kayaking film festival. 750 people attended the 9th annual kayak film festival, held in Rosenheim in Germany on 21st January. I'm thrilled that 'Tasmania' came 2nd out of 15 entries, especially since there was a mainly whitewater kayaking audience. The winner was 'David Arnaud' with his new film 'In flux', and third was 'Young Gun Productions' with 'Dynasty'. You can see a few photos from the festival by clicking the link below. I couldn't attend, but there is a photo here of Paul 'Cheesy' Robertson picking up my silver camera prize for me - he tells me he did a lovely curtsey, in true British style!

The photo is of a paddle to Penrhyn Mawr on Saturday. Alun was taking some photos for a magazine article, but the conditions weren't big enough!! Next time!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi justine you are the best kayakist kiss from france

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