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NPFF coming up
January 26, 2010, 10:37 am
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NPFF 2010 – February 26 & 27 at the Buffalo Trace Distillery, Frankfort KY!

Tickets are now on sale! $20 in advance, $25 at the door.

For 27 years the National Paddling Film Festival has been hosting a competition to determine the best in paddle sport videos and images. This competition has provided the paddling community with a fun and profitable event to support American Whitewater and river conservation. In that time, the NPFF has also helped to raise the quality of paddle sport entertainment by providing recognition of talent, along with important and useful feedback, for the artists who make the show a possibility.

Entries are being accepted today for the 2010 NPFF, so keep those cameras rolling and enter early for your chance to win. Additional information about the event will be posted at www.npff.org regularly so check back often for all the latest updates.

Special Guest Speaker:

The 27th annual National Paddling Film Festival is proud to present as this year’s guest host, Tyler Bradt!

A Montana native best known for his recent world record descent of 186 foot Palouse Falls in Washington, Tyler has traveled extensively kayaking all over the world.  He and Rush Sturges have collaborated to create the films Dream Result(new) and Africa Revolutions, at the same time bringing attention to global environmental issues with projects such as the Oil+Water Expedition and the Sun Catchers Project. Dream Result will also be premiering at the festival. Check out the article on Kayak Sessions website, or the trailer on youtube!

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NPFF Activities Include:

Guest host, hours of the best film of 2010, silent auction, potluck and chili cook off, door prices, and additional entertainment…

Contact for Additional Information:

Brandon Jett
Director, NPFF 2010
desertrat75@gmail.com


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