Film-maker Justine Curgenven brings the thrill of canoeing into your living room

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Grab your life vest, a cold one, and your favorite spot on the couch. The new 2-disc celebration of canoeing appropriately titled “THIS IS CANOEING” is now available on DVD. Film maker Justine Curgenven captures the essence of the single blade paddle sport in this collection of 12 short films. “THIS IS CANOEING” puts viewers on the river and in the boat with top paddlers in their pursuit of remote wilderness journeys and challenging white water. Innovatively filmed using head-cams and on-board cameras, you might just feel the cold spray of the Moose River on your face. From Canada to Scotland & Wales, and back the United States, the globe-trotting DVD features 3 hours of adventure and provides insight into the diversity of the sport and the influential people who tell its story.

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