Dainty Deathy Production News
After two full years of shooting, multiple system crashes, one camera crew fist fight, and an external hard-drive failure, Deep Runs The Canyon is finally here!
Running just over 23mins long, we are pleased to bring this special Endangered Creeks Expedition (ECE) production to select mountain film festival audiences in early 2012. This will be followed by a special full-length online release, just in time for the spring paddling season. Tentative 2012 festival screenings include the National Paddling Film Festival, and New Denver's own North Valley Mountain Film Festival scheduled for early March. Keep checking back for more updates as they come down the line.
Work on our latest feature film project Deep Runs The Canyon presented by members of the Endangered Creeks Expedition (ECE) is coming along nicely. A teaser video has just been loaded onto the site and more info will be coming out shortly. Stay tuned... This one is going to top everything we have done before!
Fellow filmmaker and paddling friend Mikkel St. Jean Duncan's spectacular Endangered Creeks Expedition DVD is on sale now for $5.00 (reg $15). Makes a perfect stocking stuffer and spreads the word on private power projects and the impact they have on our regional waterways. If everyone from the paddling community picked up a copy and then gave it to say 2 friends, we would have that many more in the know. Any orders received through Dainty Deathy get a FREE DVD copy of Symbiosis. So why not donate to a good cause and help make these suckas fly off the virtual shelf! Contact us if you would like to order a copy or purchase one direct from Mikkel here.
In other exciting news, our latest short paddling release Lucky 13 is currently making it's way to an independent film festival near you! Up coming premiers include the infamous Rossland Mountain Film Festival, Nov. 19-22, 2009. Be sure to look for us in your local film festival program, or let us know if we happen to be missing from the bill? We would love to hear from you!
Symbiosis is currently on a cross Canada tour as an official Vancouver international Mountain Film Festival "Best of the Fest" selection.
It is with my great pleasure to announce that "Symbiosis" has just been chosen as Best Accomplished General Whitewater Documentary Film at the recently held National Paddling Film Festival in Lexington, Kentucky. A big thanks to all the judges, attendants and many other film entrants who came out and supported this awesome event, now in its 25th year! Hope to see you next year.
After an entire year of gathering images, followed by many weeks of layout planning, only to be followed by many days of editing, we are extremely pleased to present our latest work "Symbiosis." Presented by members of the Endangered Creeks Expedition (ECE), Symbiosis introduces rare and beautiful views down some of our region's most unique creeks that have recently been chosen for hydro-electric development. An official premier will take place at the 3rd annual North Valley Mountain Film Festival, Feb. 28th, 2009 at the Bosun Hall in New Denver, BC. This great local event will be sure to impress after a standing room only crowd has flooded the floors at previous year's events.
The End of Time was on the bill at the annual Rossland Mountain Film Festival in Rossland, BC. Thanks to all that attended the showings. We will be sure to be back next year with more great films from the editing pit.
We are very pleased to announce that Howser in Peril has been selected as part of the ninth edition of the Planet in Focus International Environmental Film & Video Festival, October 22-26, 2008 in Toronto. May the crowds who attend take into their hearts the message that this little film is spreading.
Meanwhile, the ECE team is in the final stages wrapping up an intense season of filming their exploratory creek paddling and documentation efforts. A few teaser videos are beginning to come out of the woodwork and can be previewed here.
The End of Time is currently on a cross Canada tour as an official Vancouver international Mountain Film Festival "Best of the Fest" selection. In addition, TEOT will be playing to numerous American and European audiences while on the program at numerous acclaimed mountain and paddling sports film festival events over the next coming while.
Meanwhile, preparations have already begun for our next exciting project that will be documenting the efforts of the Endangered Creeks Expedition (ECE) team as they prepare to launch their kayaks on numerous remote BC creeks currently being targeted for destructive hydro electric operations. Look for daily team updates here.
It is with my great pleasure to announce that "The End of Time" has just been chosen as Best Accomplished General Whitewater Film at the recently held National Paddling Film Festival in Lexington, Kentucky. A big thanks to all the judges, attendants and many other film entrants who came out and supported this awesome event, now in its 25th year! Hope to see you next year...
In addition to the North Valley Mountain Film Festival premier on Feb. 16th in New Denver, BC, both " The End of Time" (Feb. 26) and "Howser in Peril" (Feb. 28) are showing at the 11th annual Vancouver international Mountain Film Festival, Feb. 22 - March 1, and the 2nd annual Fernie Mountain Film Fest, Feb. 29 - March 1. Be sure to catch these and many other fine showings if you are in the Vancouver or Fernie area during these times.
Happy New Year everyone! And what an exciting time it is for all of us here at Dainty Deathy Productions. Our latest whitewater paddling film "The End of Time" will have its official premier screening on Feb. 16th at the Bosun Hall in New Denver, BC as part of the 2nd annual "North Valley Mountain Film Festival." This 100% local event will be sure to impress after a standing room only crowd flooded the doors during last year's first run. Call 250.358.2200 for more information, or check back here for updates in the weeks leading up to this wild multi-media festival.
A teaser version for the new whitewater kayaking film "The End of Time" is available for viewing here. Expect a formal debut in early 2008.
Both "Howser in Peril" and "No Purpose : No Design" were on the bill at the annual Rossland Mountain Film Festival in Rossland, BC. Thanks to all that attended the showings. We will be sure to be back next year with more great films from the pit.
I am excited to say that work has already begun assembling a follow up to early 2007's "NPND" with an unofficial sequel titled "The End of Time" - Expect a teaser video to be up on this site by December and a finished product to debut at the 2nd annual "North Valley Mountain Film Festival" in New Denver, BC. I can easily say that TEOT follows in the shoes of the original NPND, only the bar has been risen to another creative level now that will be sure to inspire even the most critical of adventure sport film viewers.
The former Dainty Deathy Recordings is re-birthed as Dainty Deathy Productions - Music and Film! Keep checking back for more project updates.
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