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Short Film Entries 2015

Published on décembre 31st, 2015 | by Kayak Session https://kayaksession.com/img-current-issue/upload-your-video.png

Short Film of the Year Awards 2015 – Winners Announced

Entry #32, The Way Home by Vojta Lukeš Visuals from Czech Republic was voted Best Short Film of the Year in whitewater kayaking for 2015.

OVER 1.1 Million Views! 2015 will be a year to remember for the Kayak Session Short Film of the year Awards. Thanks to our partners Sweet Protection, and Liquidlogic Kayaks, we manage for the second time to go over the million view mark! 2016 is looking even brighter…

With finalists from the four corners of the world (Chile, Czech Republic, New Zealand, Spain, USA and Canada) the Short Film of the Year Awards have now reached the international status, and is seen as the reference for film producers around the world, and TV broadcasters alike.

39 entries, 19 nations represented, 10 finalists, the best of whitewater kayaking on film every year. A huge congrats to all entrants, Legends all!

NB: 50% is based on a panel of whitewater and filmmaking professionals, 50% based on online votes & views.

 


 

01 – #32 The Way Home > $5000 Cash Prize

By: Vojta Lukeš Visuals From: Czech Republic


 

02 – #36 Sidestream > $2500 Cash Prize

By: Kuba Pinos From: Czech Republic


 

03 – #38 Serrasolses Brothers Prod. Reel > $1000 Cash Prize

By: Aniol and Gerd Serrasolses/ SBP From: Catalunya (Spain)


 

04 – #39 The Good Line

By: Jose Soto/ Buenea Linea prod From: Chile


 

05 – #37 Feeling of Freefalling

By Tino Specht From: Usa


 

06 – #30 Iceland, Waterfall Mecca

By: Ben Brown From: New Zealand


 

07 – #29 Winter Blues

By: Emrick Blanchette From: Canada


 

08 – #01 Resemblance

By: Dylan McKinney From: Usa


 

09 – #20 Cherry Sundae

By: Darin McQuoid From: Usa


 

10 – #31 Go Big or Go Home

By: Nick Troutman From: Canada

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