In the Central North Island of New Zealand a bunch of local kayakers were dream chasing, sitting in the thermal hot pools of Rotorua. The idea was simple: Go kayaking in the middle of the night, with the canyons and rapids lit up royally by flood lights, emergency flares and fireworks. As spectacular as it sounds we realized that this dream was actually feasible. A grande crew of kayakers, lighting, filming and safety crews and not to mention the many spectators came together in the dead of the night running the two most classic sections of whitewater in the North Island. Huka Falls and Troutpool Falls on the Kaituna River.
It's time for another edition of the Kayak Session Short Film of the Year Awards. The call for entries is open until November 15, 2014 so enter now to maximise your chances of making it to the top 6! The criteria for selection are cinematography, editing, image quality, storytelling, creativity, and, of course, kayak performance. All films must be under 5 minutes long.
All episodes from Kayak Session Short Film of the Year Awards 2014
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