2015 NSR Film Awards Winners

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2015 NSR Film Awards: Best Narrative

(And joint winner of the £1000 of Palm kit prize)

Setbacks by Phil Mitchell
From: Newcastle University
Studying: MEng Civil Engineering

“In December it all went pete tong. This film shows the build up, the carnage and the partial road to recovery.”

Categories entered: “Most Gnar, Best Narrative, Biggest **** up”

2015 NSR Film Awards: Adventure Award

(And joint winner of the £1000 of Palm kit prize)

Ossian & Ghuilbinn – A Scottish Kayak Micro Expedition
by Rhys Beddoe

From: Bangor University
Studying: Sports Science

“The nearest thing to an expedition you’ll get in the UK?” (UKRGB 2014)”

Categories entered: “Best Narrative, Most exotic locations”

2015 NSR Film Awards: Best Comedy

(and winner of the Online Engagement Award)

Fail on the Swail by Andy Canavan
From: University of Leeds
Studying: Product Design

“Fail on the Swale is an emotional tale between man and kayak, highlighting the struggles we all face trying to tame this manufactured beasts and reminds us how unpredictable these creatures can be!

Just kidding, it’s basically a **** up reel!”

Categories entered: “Best Comedy, Most Gnar, Best Soundtrack”

2015 NSR Film Awards: Biggest Gnar

(and worst crash!)

From Scotland with Love by Calum Peden
From: University of Aberdeen
Studying: Civil & Environmental Engineering

“Highlights of Aberdeen University and friends running some of the best rivers in Scotland.”

Categories entered: “Most Gnar, Best Soundtrack”

2015 NSR Film Awards: This is Why We Paddle!

In at the Steep End by Callum Strong
From: Edinburgh University
Studying: Geology and Physical Geography

“A day in the life on an Edinburgh University Canoe Club Beginner trip.”

Categories entered: “Best Comedy, Best Narrative, Best Soundtrack”

2015 NSR Film Awards: Dave Manby Award

for Most Unique Perspective (and persistence)”

This Side Up by Rachael Hamilton
From: Portsmouth University
Studying: Accounting

“A year’s worth of kayaking failure”

Categories entered: “Best Comedy, Most ironic”

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