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the ragtag men charge through rapids that would give today’s best boaters pause. A Glorious Way to Die put Siberian whitewater on the map, but more than that, it offers one of the most honest, poignant answers to date of that oft-asked question, “Why?” http://ww-video.ru/mediadetails.php?key=4bc72eaba52a32019882


Path of the Paddle 1977 Many accomplished canoeists learned the craft from this definitive Bill Mason classic. Mason’s affable instruction set the tone for ev- ery paddling primer thereafter and ushered such gems as, “I don’t know…looks pretty tricky” and “Holy mackerel, there’s a ledge ahead!” into the paddlers’ lexicon. www.nfb.ca/film/path_of_the_ paddle_doubles_whitewater/


Pacific Horizons: Exploring the Northwest Coast by Kayak 2007 Te first sea kayaking DVD from acclaimed director Bryan Smith scooped awards (including Best Sea Kayaking Film at the Reel Paddling Film Festival) for its luscious cinematography and inspir- ing storytelling, and raised the bar for all paddling films to follow. www.reelwaterproductions.com


WildWater 2010 What do you get when you combine decades of filmmaking and kayaking expertise, a reverence for whitewater and a $25,000 camera with five times the resolution of HD video? Te answer is WildWater, a groundbreaking labor of love from director An- son Fogel and co-writer/producer Doug Ammons. Featuring jaw- dropping, 120 fps slow motion footage and intense, Hollywood- quality sound, the DVD is so immersive you’ll be checking the couch for puddles. www.wildwaterfilm.com —Virginia Marshall. Catch this year’s best paddling films at Rapid


Media’s Reel Paddling Film Festival. Visit www.reelpaddlingfilmfes- tival.com for 2012 World Tour dates.


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