The 2006 Paddling Picture Show was a success!
We traveled to 12 locations throughout New England and showed our program to over 300 people!
Thanks to all the filmmakers:
Karyn Roy, Michael Alden, Joe Hines, Ryan Linehan, Ryan Mahan, Dan Piano, Connor Smith, Alvah Maloney.
And thanks to the schools:
Bowdoin College Outing Club | Unity College | University of New England Outing Club | Universtiy of Maine Farmington Outing Club | St. Michael's College Wilderness Programs | University of Presque Isle Outing Club | College of the Atlantic | University of New Hampshire Outing Club | the Maine School of Law Environmental Law Society | the University of Maine (Orono) Outing Club | Skowhegan Strand Cinema.
And, finally, thanks to the sponsors:
Teva | Northern Outdoors | Run of River Project | Captain Eli's Soda | N'East Magazine
Get your homemade paddling videos ready for next year!
April 13, 2006, UMaine's Neville Hall in Orono, Maine. photo by Nick Callanan.
March 28, 2006, UMF's Lincoln Auditorium, Farmington, Maine. photo by Nick Callanan.
April 21, 2006, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine. photo by Nick Callanan.
April 22, 2006, MaCarthy Arts Center, St. Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont photo by Nick Callanan.
March 27, 2006, University of New England, Biddeford, Maine. photo by Nick Callanan.
March 23, 2006, Unity College, Unity, Maine. photo by Nick Callanan.
The Paddling Picture Show is an annual film series featuring paddling films made by Maine and northeast paddlers.
This event is for everybody:
>seasoned paddlers who are jonesing for some visual stimulation, and,
>newbies who want to learn a little more about paddling before they take the plunge.
Film Submission Guidelines
-no licensed music (i.e. nothing that you bought on a CD or downloaded from the Internet can be shown in the Paddling Picture Show ... conversely, this is a great chance to feature your own music or that of a friend's band. Get in touch if you need music for your video)
-12 minutes MAX. Five minutes is better.
-The movie should be about paddling. A highlight reel of paddlin is fine. A "documentary" of a trip is fine. A "comedy" is fine, as long as there is some paddling.
-Have fun making your video!
-Please PG-13 or below... (i.e. no full-frontal nudity, binge drinking, drug use or excessive profanity).
Email nick [at] noumbrella [dot] com with your questions, comments and concerns.
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