Three Rivers Whitewater Fun’s Base
9/3/2016 – 30 minutes after sunset
2265 US-201 West Forks, Maine 04985
BYOB, blanket and chair!
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1,000 FEET AND BELOW
Directed by: Joel Osgood – Maine, United States – Run Time: 27 minutes
Synopsis: Joel Osgood and his brother Moksha visit Maine’s lesser known, smaller ski mountains and in between hitting the slopes, interviews the hill owners and long time locals. This is a big-hearted project that shines a light on community, family, and healthy outdoor recreation.
ACROPHOBIA – I’M AFRAID OF HEIGHTSDirected by: Philippe Woodtli – FR Switzerland – Run Time: 3 minutesSynopsis: Acrophobia is about a BASE jumper that is afraid of heights. He has to overcome his deepest fear before every single jump.
Directed by: David Wortley – London, United Kingdom – Run Time: 3 minutes
Synopsis: A visual experiment fusing light and white with kayaking and night. This short film combines freestyle kayaking with professional filming skills. Everything you see in this short is in camera, no CGI was used, and the combination of Electric Lights and water with kayaking and night makes for an amazing watch, everyone calls it TRON but on water!
Directed by: Jack Truman – Run Time: 6 minutes
Synopsis: THE OUTHOUSE is a shocking short documentary film about a 60-year-old woman and her backyard outhouse.
Directed by: Andy Mann, Keith Ladzinski – Colorado, United States – Run Time: 15 minutes
Synopsis: Bouldering champion, Angie Payne, leaves everything she knows beyond as she ventures deep into the French Polynesian jungle with veteran climber and explorer, Mike Libecki. Their objective, to put up a first ascent on the south face of the Poumaka Tower. Directors Andy Mann and Keith Ladzinski capture blood, sweat, and tears as the team climbs through mud and fear, into the unknown.
Directed by: Keith Malloy – Canada – Run Time: 8 minutes
Synopsis: This section tells the story of Raph Bruhwiler who if its hunting season can be found in the forest tracking black tail deer when the surf is not all time. Vancouver Island is a pretty amazing place.
Directed by: Mike McVey – Millinocket – Run Time: 4 minutes
Directed by: Bill Parks – New Zealand – Run Time: 100 minutes
Synopsis: RIVERING is an ode to the whitewater obsession. Filmed on the wild rivers of New Zealand, RIVERING is a very different kind of sports movie. Kayaking has taken me places no one else can go. It gets under your skin in a way no other sport I know does. It is an obsession. RIVERING is a film about passion for the outdoors that will resonate far beyond the paddling community.