Our best of the Waterwalker Film Festival@ National Archives on Wellington
One of the nicest venues out there for watching films.
Doors open 6:30pm Films start at 7pm show runs approximately 2.5 hours
which includes a 15 minute intermission
X-Quest 7: Queen Charlotte Islands Three adventurers face gale force winds, cabin fever and ancestral ghosts as they attempt tocircumnavigate Haida Gwaiiâ€™s Graham Island by sea kayak
Nomads: Three womens whitewater paddling adventure on the Nile and Zambezi Rivers and all for a good cause as they make efforts to help locals fight malaria.
This is the Sea Three; segment on the Faroe Islands illustrates the spectacular environment of sea kayaking once again
Grand River: Labradorâ€™s Treasure, Newfoundlandâ€™s Secret: known to those outside of Labrador as the Churchill this short film examines the spectacular beauty and history of this canoe tripping river and its fight against yet another dam.
Dakib: a short whitewater action film set in the Northern Superior region that highlites the beauty of this area and the serious boating to be found locally.
Each section is a little over one hour and the break is 15 minutes
All proceeds to a most worthy cause the Ottawa Riverkeeper
Tickets 10 plus tax at Mountain Equipment Coop, or 12 flat at the door