Posts Tagged ‘festival’


North Bay – San Francisco

June 4, 2013

Tiburon International Film Festival are screening “The Impossible River Journey” in Sausalito.
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 – 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.
Cost: FREE
Bay Model Visitor Center
2100 Bridgeway Sausalito, CA.

Here’s a review from the festival screening at Sheffield Adventure Film Festival and another one from Vancouver Mountain Film Festival – where we won the The Best Water Film Award 🙂

If you cant make it to the screening, but still wants to watch our documentary, send us a note at shop (a) amehn dot no, and we’ll find a solution.


ShAFF 2013

March 4, 2013


We just wanted to show our gratitude toward viewers writing about our film The Impossible River Journey on blogs, twitter and facebook.

This last weekend (1.-3. March) our film was screened at the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival (ShAFF). This was the very first screening in the UK. Unfortunately we could not be present at it’s UK premiere.

Therefor we are honored to have such a fantastic audience sharing their views on twitter and blogs.

Thank you! Keep on inspiring others.


Screening in Austria

November 17, 2012

Tonight, at 21:15, our feature version of “The Impossible River Journey” is screened at Leokino 1 as part of the Innsbrucker Naturfilmtage.

We would’ve loved to be present at the screening. But this time other duties demand out attention.


Finalist at 37th BANFF Mountain Film Festival

September 27, 2012

The Impossible River Journey has been selected as a Finalist for the 2012 Banff Mountain Film Competition.
In its 37th year, the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival is one of the most prestigious mountain festivals in the world. Presented by National Geographic and The North Face and Parks Canada, it takes place October 27 – November 4, 2012 at The Banff Centre in Banff, Alberta, Canada.



Screenings in Germany & Finland

July 7, 2011

There are several screenings of our documentaries with the adventurer Helge Hjelland now in juli.

First out is the feature version (90 min.) of The Impossible River Journey (2010) at NaturVision Filmfestival in Germany. Screenings sceduled at:

15.07.2011 – 13:00

17.07.2011- 18:00

Here we are nominated for the Adventurer Expedition Award. What do you think of our documentary? Give your score on The Impossible River Journey at IMDB.

Second is the screening of the first film with Helge Hjelland; The Cruellest Journey (2008) on Finnish television. In Finland our film is called; Julmin matka.

YLE FST5 will screen the longest version (58 min) of the documentary on Helge Hjelland’s epic journey down the Niger Flood. It’s schedules are:

17.07.2011 – 18:30

21.07.2011 – 22:30

We also invite you to give your score on our documentary The Cruellest Journey at IMDB.


Honorable Mention @ Dokfilm 2011

June 10, 2011

Among the 52 Norwegian documentary films in competition, we were one of three who received Honorable Mention by the jury at the Norwegian Documentary Film Festival this year.

Thank you!

Congratulations to the winner ”Knut Sigve fra Folkestad” by Gunhild Asting.


In the shadow of Apartheid in two episodes

April 7, 2010
Helge and Joseph

The team is on their way down the mighty Orange river.

After doing the first rough cut it became clear for us and TV2 that the material was of such a quality that it needed more space.

Therefor we have now changed format from one single documentary film of 50 minutes, to a mini-series with two episodes of 48 minutes each. Obviously this gives us a the opportunity to give both the Tugela River and the Orange River its own episode. Each river with its own distinct story to tell about the life that goes on in a diverse South Africa, full of complexity and nuances.

In the future, this also opens up a third and exciting alternative. A longer feature version for Film Festivals and showcases? Time will tell.

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