The Paddling Film festival hit australian shores last week, and has had a solid run of sell out shows across the country, and rave reviews from all who have seen it. The tour started in Canberra on the 19th September with an almost sold out show, followed by a hosted screening in Hawk's Nest NSW with Lazy Paddles.
It was followed by sold out shows in Melbourne and Perth, and shows in Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour and Brisbane this week. Still to come is a range of shows in lismore, anopter sold out show in Sydney at Cremorne Theatre, Sydney (Bondio Pavillion Theatre and a show in Nambour on Queensland's Sunshine Coast and to wrap up the tour a show in one of Australia's greatest locations to paddle, Launceston Tasmania.
The Paddling Film Festival is like other touring film festivals in that includes a selection of short films, however, this tour is dedicated entirely to paddle sports such as whitewater, sea kayaking, canoeing, SUP and more. The Paddling Film Festival has been running for 13 years based out of Canada and tours more than 120 cities annually around the globe. Audiences will see hairy whitewater action, sea kayakers exploring remote coastlines, northern river canoe expeditions, international river travel films, motivating environmental documentaries and gruelling kayak fishing battles. Attracting paddlers and outdoor enthusiasts, audiences can expect a fun, social and entertaining event inspired by compelling films.
Tickets are still available via the link below.