Epicocity Named National Geographic’s Best Online Adventure Flick
Two years in the making, Mission: Epicocity follows some of the best kayakers in the world as they travel internationally to perform breathtaking, death-defying kayaking drops, runs and freestyle moves.
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As the exclusive distributor of the popular adventure kayaking film, Mission: Epicocity, The Heliconia Press is proud to announce that the film has just won National Geographic’s Best Online Adventure Flick Competition, placing first in the Top Ten.
Mission: Epicocity is the enormously popular follow-up to Epicocity’s award-winning Bigger Than Rodeo which was selected as Video of the Year in 2005 by Kayak Magazine. Two years in the making, Mission: Epicocity follows some of the best kayakers in the world as they travel to Zambia, Uganda, Chile, Argentina, United States and Canada where they perform breathtaking, death-defying kayaking drops, runs and freestyle moves. The nonstop action includes stunning footage of the biggest waterfalls ever successfully run in a kayak.
â€œIn a competition like this where we were up against filmmakers with much larger budgets, we are thrilled to have our efforts recognized by such a prestigious organization as National Geographicâ€”especially given its renown in bringing its audiences stunning footage and photography from around the world,â€ says Trip Jennings, Epicocity Project Founder.
To order a double-feature of Bigger Than Rodeo and Mission Epicocity, please visit The Heliconia Press website: http://www.helipress.com/product/ep-double-feature-33.cfm
For more information about Epicocity, please visit their website at: http://www.epicocity.com
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Since World Champion Ken Whiting founded the company in 1998, The Heliconia Press has been producing best-selling and award-winning instructional books and videos about kayaking and other outdoor pursuits. For more information about all of Heliconia’s products, please visit www.helipress.com.