About the Voices Program 2022
The Voices 2022 virtual program could also have been called People, Culture or Stories. These 11 inspiring films are the voices of real people putting paddling at the core of their lives. The award-winning documentary Sheri is the journey of the incredibly strong entrepreneur leading the way within the male-dominated packrafting industry. Voice Above Water shares the story of a 90-year old Balanise canoe fisherman cleaning the ocean of plastic pollution and fighting to keep his traditional way of life. And on a lighter note, there’s always time between rapids in the Grand Canyon for joking and celebrating traditional wooden boats in the film, Dory Land. Rent the Voices 2022 virtual program to hear these stories and eight more in more than two hours of enlightening films about real people who care.
Voices 2022 Virtual Program Films:
Sheri (Duration: 24:00)
Director: James Q Martin | Producer: Sheila Smithson
Connected to Water: Stefi Van Wijk (Duration: 3:29)
Director: Ben Hemmings | Producers: Julie Mulligan & Joseph Coppolino
Sand or Die (Duration: 10:54)
Director: Hlib Stoiko
Wild and Still (Duration: 11:15)
Director: Hugo Clouzeau
Voice Above Water (Duration: 11:15)
Director: Dana Frankoff | Producer: Dana Frankoff, Eric Ebner
Loon (Duration: 09:51)
Directors: Jason Whalen, Chris Zuker
Dory Land (Duration: 21:44)
Director: Logan Bockrath
How to Build a Paddle (and Survive a Canadian Winter) (Duration: 02:25)
Director: William Whiston | Producer: Genoveve Zepeda & Matthew Lorenz
High Water (Duration: 09:55)
Director & Producer: David Hartman
Aniakchak (Duration: 25:00)
Director: Forest Woodward, Graham Zimmerman | Producer: Jim Aikman, Graham Zimmerman
The Father at Cape Broyle (Duration: 17:15)
Director: Richard Alexander
Duration: 2 hours, 29 mins.
How To Watch:
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Image Credit: Loon.