Filmmakers will need to step up their creative game in 2022, as 2021 marked the biggest edition of the Sweet Protection Short Film yet! Congratulations to Fever Pine Collective (Canada), for winning Best 2021 Short Film of the year with their film, Kerosene. Origen, by Gonzalo Robert (Chile) took second place. South Island Trip, by Zack Mutton (New Zealand), tied for third with A Kind of Happiness, by Loic Baillard (Italy). The Short Film Awards have become a milestone for filmmakers and producers worldwide, garnering viewers from lovers of kayaking, movies, action, and the outdoors. Anyone can enter, whether a super pro, aspiring, or beginner kayaker or filmmaker. Submit to your film to win or just to participate: it is a great way to get noticed in the paddling world as well as the movie industry. We look forward to seeing your submissions at www.kayaksession.com.
Interview: Jason Yarrington
Trailhead Paddle Shack – Trailhead Canoes, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Trailhead Paddle Shack has been a Canadian landmark for nearly 50 years. It began in 1976 as Trailhead, merging with the Paddle Shack in 2012. We met with co-owner Jason Yarrington