Win tickets! Outdoor Film Tour

| August 29, 2012

Shape shifter kayaker

STOP PRESS: Congratulations to Safi F and Barry F, who have both won a pair of tickets to the European Outdoor Film Tour at London’s Royal Geological Society on 28th November. Many thanks to http://www.moving-adventures.de/en/ for making this possible.

Win tickets to the European Outdoor Film Tour (EOTF), a showcase of high impact, adrenaline-pumping films which will culminate at the Royal Geographic Society in London on the evening of 28th November.

Canoe London has four tickets to give away to two lucky winners, each of whom will win a pair of free tickets. To enter the competition, click here http://a.pgtb.me/TB2xkj or email your name to us at info@canoelondon.com. Only one entry per person. Winners will be notified on 12th October 2012.*

The feature length programme is bringing a selection of ten the world‘s best adventure sports films to audiences across the UK and will  also be screened at venues in Manchester, Glasgow and Bristol.

Ulf Michels from Moving Adventures, who organise the EOTF, says: “Our aim is to showcase the world‘s most exciting outdoors sport films and adventure documentaries… Britain has a rich heritage of adventurers, explorers and mountaineers. There‘s a vibrant adventure sports scene at every level from weekend warriors enjoying the great outdoors to top class athletes pushing the boundaries of adventure sports.“

The full programme and trailer will be released shortly but here‘s a sneak preview of the first three films to be announced:

The Crossing
Young intrepid Australians Chris and Clark set out to conquer 1,000 kilometres of harsh arctic tundra by walking the whole width of Victoria Island, the world’s ninth largest mostly unexplored island deep in the Arctic circle. To tackle the elements they invented the ‘PAC’, a Paddleable Amphibious Cart designed to roll and float over the unforgiving terrain.

Sketchy Andy
Crazier than both Australian adventurers is slackliner Andy Lewis. A man with apparently no fear, his amazing feats have earned him the accolade of ‘father of modern slacklining’ at only 26 years old. Inventor of the squirrel backflip, fearless base jumper, holder of the longest highline record, free solos (no safety line) and naked highlines are all part of his repertoire. This film documents Andy and his slacklining buddies and their Californian desert lifestyle.

The Shapeshifter
White water action is brought to the program in the form of The Shapeshifter. Ben Marr shreds up the night waves with road flares strapped to the stern of his kayak. Spinning his kayak in the dark waters to a catchy club tune should be one of the unique visual treats of the EOTF.

For more information on the screening and to purchase tickets go to http://www.eoft.eu/en

The Crossing

The Crossing

Sketchy Andy

Sketchy Andy

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I enjoy exploring the UK’s wild spaces, rivers & seas, especially in & around London. I promote kayaking, canoeing & SUP opportunities across London at www.canoelondon.com and I walk away from the beaten track at www.remotelondon.com - Ian Tokelove