Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Gino's Greenland Film Premiere

I am pleased to announce that my latest short film 'Gino's Greenland' has been accepted as a finalist at the Kendal Mountain Festival.

The Kendal Mountain Festival is an excellent opportunity to see the latest adventure films from around the world. I will be presenting 'Gino's Greenland' as part of the 'Wild Water' programme on the afternoon of Friday 16th November, as well as the evenings of Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th.  Enjoy the trailer and hope to see you there.
 
 

The dramatic and unique Arctic environment of Greenland holds a particular fascination for kayakers as the sport has its origins in the icy fiords, where kayaks were first used as a way of life by local hunters. British explorer Gino Watkins was one of the first westerners to visit remote East Greenland in 1929-32; he used traditional skills which he learnt from the locals.

Intrigued by the history as well as being attracted by the rugged beauty of the landscape its unique wildlife, a group of sea kayakers head out to find what remains of Gino’s Greenland.
The Kendal Mountain Festival is an excellent opportunity to see the latest adventure films from around the world. I will be presenting 'Gino's Greenland' as part of the 'Wild Water' programme on the afternoon of Friday 16th November, as well as the evenings of Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th.  Enjoy the trailer and hope to see you there.


1 comment:

Steve Gordon said...

Hi Is there any way we can see your film In Israel. We have a very active club and I would be interested in showing it here. Thanks Steve Gordon