A Place to Paddle: Wabakimi Provincial Park is our fist travel and destination short film.
For those interested in paddling through Wabakimi Provincial Park, this short film chronicles a wilderness canoe trip from Termite Lake to Granite Lake in Ontario’s second largest Provincial Park. My son Noah and I travel across Georgian Bay on the MS Chi-Cheemaun and then continue driving 3 hours north of Thunder Bay to Armstrong, Ontario. From there, we fly into the park on board a de Havilland Otter, courtesy of Wabakimi Air.
A film that will inspire viewers through the stories told by the legends of North America’s paddling community, portraying the many important ways the canoe has and continues to shape our culture and heritage.
Canoe: Icon of the North is a short documentary film about the significance of the Canoe on our Culture.
An inspiring film about the sport of Sprint Canoe & Kayak, first introduced as a demonstration sport at the Summer Olympics by the Canadian Olympic Committee nearly 100 years ago.
The film gets in touch with elite athletes, world champions and Olympians, to rediscover what’s special about the sport from their perspective.
Starring: Gabriel Beauchesne-Sevigny, Richard Dober Jr., Hugues Fournel, Christine Gauthier, Scott Logan, Christian Maranda, Mark Oldershaw, Taylor Potts, Ben Russell, Adam vanKoeverden, Laurence Vincent-Lapointe
The Cedarstrip Canoe is a short film by canoe builder and outdoorsman Jason Eke.
Cedarstrip canoe building video’s are what got Trailguide Pictures started. Now, after reaching an online audience of over 30,000 views per month, we’ve re-filmed a canoe build to produce a cedarstrip canoe building video that we’d be proud of as a short film.
The film is a great starting point or companion film for anyone interested in building or owning a cedarstrip canoe.