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Adrenaline 2022

In Adrenaline 2022, Aniol Serrasolses takes us whitewater kayaking over jaw-dropping 60-foot waterfalls in the land of fire and ice in the award-winning film,Jötunn.Go sea kayaking and fight the internal battles we face when challenged by something filling us with the sense of pure excitement inMy Dear Fear.These are the heart-thumping moments we crave and fear. Then there are uncomfortable moments of anxiety necessary to push us past bigger challenges like ensuring the paddling industry is more inclusive, as whitewater rafter Ash Manning does in All Bodies.

INCLUDES THESE FILMS:
South Silver The First Descent
Lean Against the Wind
Nomads of the Sea
The Patagonia Triple Crown
Unseen
All Bodies
My Dear Fear
A Quality of Imagination
JÖTUNN
American Whitewater River Safety Parts I & II
International Whitewater Hall of Fame Class of 2021

Paddlers exploring the edge of physical skills and mental comfort zones while pushing the limits of what is possible in kayaks, canoes and rafts.

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9 winning & shortlisted films

Duration: 2 hours, 10 min

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  • South Silver The First Descent

It was late in the 1990s. Whitewater kayaking was on the rise, and most California rivers and creeks had already been paddled by whitewater pioneers. A local group of kayakers from the American River grab the first descent of a true diamond in the rough: the South Fork Silver Creek.

Directors: Robby Hogg & Scott Blankenfeld
Producers: Robby Hogg & Scott Blankenfeld 

  • Lean Against the Wind


Conquering the Mount Everest of canoe racing—a 45-mile stretch of stacked waves, crashing currents and blistering winds off the coast of Hawaii—is just one way 12-time Molokai OC-1 World Champion and outrigger canoeist Lauren Spalding has distinguished herself. Add Olympian and working parent to the list, and it’s safe to say she’s fully inherited her father’s legendary, push-the-limits fervor.

Director: Keith Malloy
Producer: Brett Williams 

  • Nomads of the Sea


In 2020 and 2021, filmmaker Tom Vetterl had big plans. Perhaps you did, too. Many projects and expeditions were canceled or put on hold during the coronavirus pandemic. Fortunately, sea kayakers are resilient. Nomads Of The Sea encourages viewers to stay optimistic. It’s a rallying cry for the better days ahead and a reminder we grow with every challenge we face.

Director & Producer: Tom Vetterl 

  • The Patagonia Triple Crown

A group of world-class whitewater kayakers finds themselves in one of the most challenging missions of their lives while running three of the least explored and most dangerous rivers of the southern hemisphere. While paddling the Pascua, Bravo and Baker rivers, the team will overcome the difficult tests Patagonia throws at them. They’ll also learn about the complicated environmental situation Chile is suffering in its fight for fresh water.
Director: Nomade Media
Producer: Lorenzo Andrade Astorga 

  • Unseen

Unseen is an intimate personal reflection on the mental health battle Michael has struggled with for years but has learned to cope with through the sport he loves. Through canoe polo, Michael seeks to confront his demons and believe in himself again.

Director & Producer: Michael Lawrence-Taylor 

  • All Bodies

Ash Manning, 28, is a whitewater rafting guide from Cleveland, Georgia. She has spent the last 10+ years on rivers in the southeast region of the U.S., and, in 2018, she hiked 900 miles of the Appalachian Trail. Ash speaks on body positivity and inclusivity and how the outdoor industry still lacks accessibility to appropriately sized gear for plus-size adventurers.

Director: Tommy Corey

  • My Dear Fear


Whether sea kayaking in the surf, climbing a giant rock wall or hiking alone in the woods, most outdoor enthusiasts have had a run-in with fear. Sometimes fear offers a rush of adrenaline that pushes us towards our limits and beyond. Sometimes it takes control and we’re left paralyzed. When is fear valuable? What amount is too much? And how can paddlers distinguish the thin line between the two? My Dear Fear is the filmmaker’s creative approach to engage with these questions.

Director & Producer: Tom Vetterl 

  • A Quality of Imagination

In a culture seemingly full of adrenaline junkies and going bigger, Benny Marr contemplates the ultimate form of self-expression, and the subtle moments defining one’s style.
Director: Caleb Roberts 

  • Jötunn


Iceland is the land of fire and ice, and also one of the places with the highest concentration of waterfalls. This makes it one of the most popular places for extreme kayaking. Even so, given the inaccessibility of its rivers and the harsh climate, there is still a lot of territory left to explore. Three friends enter new valleys to explore rivers and waterfalls never descended before.

Director: Mikel Sarasola

  • American Whitewater River Safety Parts I & II

American Whitewater is proud to release a new series of river safety films. These films offer up-to-date and easily digestible tips to help keep you safe on the water. Designed to simply and effectively communicate the most basic elements of whitewater safety, these films provide a basis for essential, but not always readily available, river knowledge anyone wishing to spend time in a river environment should know.

Director: Brendan Wells
Producers: Evan Stafford, American Whitewater 

  • International Whitewater Hall of Fame Class of 2021


This film honors and celebrates the accomplishments of the Class of 2021 International Whitewater Hall of Fame inductees and their contribution to whitewater sport. Inductees include: Dave Manby (GBR) - Advocate; Holger Machatschek (DEU) - Advocate; Genevieve and Bernard de Colmont and Antoine de Seynes (FRA) - Pioneer; Tony Estanguet (FRA) - Champion; and Scott Lindgren (USA) - Explorer.

Director & Producer: Chris Preperato 

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