20% of online ticket sales support local hosts

We love coming together for live local screenings of the Paddling Film Festival World Tour. We don’t mean live-streaming; we mean lights, curtains, popcorn in-theatre screenings. Our festival will always revolve around them. But this year, we’ve had to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic. As well as limited in-theatre screenings, we are offering some of our favorite films online, so you can stream them from the comfort and safety of your home. Click on the link below to find support a local host. We donate 20%-35% every time you buy virtual screenings, gift cards or magazine subscriptions through their special affiliate link.

FEATURED VIRTUAL TOUR FILMS

The Legend of Muksu

The Legend of Muksu tells a story of great friendship, burning bridges and leaving everything behind you and a journey into the unknown.

Without a Paddle

Without A Paddle is an adventure film blending the history of the upper Columbia River with a 140-kilometer paddle from the foot of the Mica Dam to the top of the Revelstoke Dam. 

Ocean to Asgard

Four friends travel to Baffin Island for a 40-day human-powered adventure, featuring big wall first ascents, whitewater paddle descents and wild Arctic flamingos.

24 Leeches

Filmmaker Aaron Peterson’s 10-year-old son died in 2019. He lived an adventure-filled and wise life. In 24 Leeches, his son narrates a family canoe adventure to the Slate Islands in Ontario, Canada.