Trailer for the first stand up paddle feature film, Destination 3 Degrees. Chronicling the journey of Morgan Hoesterey and Jenny Kalmbach as they crossing all of the Hawaiian Channels on Stand up paddle boards. They did this to raise awareness about plastics in our oceans to benefit Algalita Marine Research Foundation.
DESTINATION 3 DEGREES DVD SALE PRICED FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Award winning stand up paddle documentary film comes to DVD at special holiday pricing
DESTINATION 3 DEGREES, the stand up paddle adventure film that documents Morgan Hoesterey and Jenny Kalmbach’s historic trek across the Hawaiian Islands is now available in a limited edition DVD sale priced at $15 (down from the MSRP of $22) from Fin Film Company.
In 2010, Morgan and Jenny undertook the challenge of paddling the Hawaiian Island chain to raise awareness about plastic pollution and to raise money for Algalita Marine Research Institute. Along the way the racked up close to 300 miles of open ocean paddling, uncovered beaches littered with plastics and endured what would be called the adventure of a lifetime.
The film premiered at the 2011 Battle of the Paddle, and from there launched on an award winning festival run taking home the “Best Action Sports Film” honors at the Alaska International Film Festival, and was screened at the prestigious Santa Barbara International Film Festival where the Santa Barbara Independent called it an “inspiring and at times harrowing documentary”. Besides these notable achievements, it received a top nod from the Stand Up world being named the “Movie of the Year” for 2011.
This special edition DVD features a full interview with Captain Charles Moore, who discovered the “Pacific Garbage Patch” and is the founder of Algalita Marine Research Institute. Also included are web videos creating during the initial expedition, interviews with Morgan and Jenny about their boards and gear as well as a special reel of Super 8 footage shot during the trip. Fin Film is donating $5 of every sale back to Algalita to help them continue their research into the plastic pollution issue.
Great lengths were taken to make sure this was the most sustainably packaged DVD to date – featuring 100% post consumer covers, soy based inks and wood based shrink wrap that can be composted.
DVD’s are available directly at http://finfilmcompany.com/?page_id=215