Documentary Feature

Any Documentary Film over 45 mins will be considered in this category. We admit only the films about travels, both modern and historical ones. Foreign language work must be dubbed or subtitled in English.

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Kayak The Kwanza

In June 2016, our two man team completed the first ever source-to-mouth expedition along the Kwanza River in Angola. We used a 40 year-old foldable wooden kayak that we paddled and carried along the 1,300km journey.

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Snow People

A documentary film celebrating the snow sports history, culture and memories found in the community in Southern Ontario’s Blue Mountains. Gathering over 75 interviews and stories, the film showcases the innovations and unique history in a snow sports region with less than 750 vertical feet of terrain. Director: Tracey Johnston Tracey Johnston has directed the feature …Read more »

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HIKING MIRACLES – GR 20

Walking was for ages the most human natural activity. Now we slowly forgot how it is walking in the forest in early morning or to be on the top of mountain when sun is rising above clouds. We decided to make a film that tell authentic story about connection between hiker and nature. More specifically, …Read more »

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VANLIFERS: Portrait of an Alternative Lifestyle Synopsis

VANLIFERS: Portrait of an Alternative Lifestyle is an hour-long documentary about people who have chosen to live, travel and work in their vans as a way of life. The 13 interviews range from singles to couples and families, mainly across Europe. They discuss both the beauties and the difficulties of living on the road – …Read more »

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Wanderlust, female bodies in transit

Wanderlust accompanies two women, from different origins, on their journey by land and water from Egypt to Germany. As they set out to investigate the experience of the female traveler they focus on their own perspective of crossing places and spaces, emphasizing how the experience of traveling with a woman’s body is different from traveling …Read more »