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Movie Night at The Complete Paddler

March 7 @ 7:00 pm 9:00 pm

THIS IS A CONTINUATION OF THE 2024 PADDLING FILM FESTIVAL HOSTED AT THE COMPLETE PADDLER.

FREE POPCORN INCLUDED WITH TICKET! 🍿

Location: 919 Oxford Street, Toronto ON, M8Z 5T3

Time: Thursday, March 7th 2024 7:00-9:00pm

Food/ Drink: Popcorn included with ticket, beverages can be purchased separately

Ticket Price: $5.00 plus tax

Missed the 2024 Paddling Film Festival? Looking to connect with other paddlers in the community? Look no further! The Complete Paddler will be hosting Movie nights at our store where paddling Film Festival movies will be shown. Showing some of the best paddling films in the world these movie nights will be entertaining, insightful and exciting! One hundred percent of the night’s proceeds will be going directly to Project Canoe, a Toronto-based youth charity program which aims to foster a transformative environment for young people using the outdoors as a primary medium.

Showing March 7th 2024:

1. Sleeping Giants: Sleeping Giants explores Iceland’s coastline by paddle. Join two sea kayakers as they experience intimate wildlife encounters, paddling under dramatic towering cliffs, surfing in blizzards and gliding past icebergs. (Director and Producers: James Stevenson, Simon Osborne) (NOT SHOWN AT PREMIERE) 

2. Bad River Rafting The Most Polluted River in Australia: Deep within a midlife adventure crisis, Beau Miles finds himself in Tasmania descending a sickly orange, biologically dead river the locals call pumpkin soup. After 100 years of runoff from a mine, the Queen River is considered the most polluted river in Australia. Seeking out places that aren’t always the prettiest, wildest or biggest, Miles’ offbeat adventure stories entertain and inspire. (Director: Beau Miles, Producer: Jodi Evans) (NOT SHOWN AT PREMIERE) 

3Coast Mountain Chronicles – The Bishop River Part 1 & Part 2: Join Todd Wells, Eric Parker and Chris Korbulic as they attempt a descent of the Bishop River to Bute Inlet. Nine days down 70 kilometers of steep, remote and minimally explored whitewater became exponentially more complex when, with 40 river miles left to go, Wells’ boat plummeted into the river, taking food and essential gear with it. (Director: Todd W Wells, Producer: Todd W Wells) (NOT SHOWN AT PREMIERE) 

4. Origen: Pro kayaker Kilian Ivelic from Pucon, Chile, shares his life on the water. (Director: Gonzalo Robert, Producer: Kilian Ivelic) (NOT SHOWN AT PREMIERE) 

*Certain movies may repeat over the course of the Movie Nights. Please check the description of each Movie Night for a list of the movies being shown

$5.00

The Complete Paddler

919 Oxford St
TORONTO, Ontario M8Z5T3 Canada
416-255-6905
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