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🇨🇦 A coast-to-coast-to-coast journey by bike, canoe & snowshoe

A sold-out audience hit at the 2024 Kingston Canadian Film Festival!

They say it’s the journey that matters, not the destination. Cited by filmmaker and photographer Dianne Whelan in her extraordinary documentary, this adage rings very true in the case of Whelan’s incredible account of her six-year-long effort to become the first person to ever complete the 24,000-km-long Trans Canada Trail. Traveling coast-to-coast-to-coast by bike, canoe, snowshoe and whatever other means are required for the ever-changing and ever-challenging terrain, Whelan gains a unique perspective on this country. Her experiences are greatly enhanced by her encounters with the people she meets along the way, including the many Indigenous elders who offer their wisdom and insight on what it means to live in harmony with this land.

The recent Audience Award winner at the Whistler film festival, Whelan’s documentary is an achievement nearly as remarkable as the journey itself.

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Genre
Best of KCFF '24Documentary
Runtime N/A
Rated N/A
Directed By Dianne Whelan
Starring Dianne Whelan
Language English
Country
Canada

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