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By Foot and Packraft across Iran – a free film!

 
Last year, two friends of mine went on a very cool looking expedition to Iran. They’ve just produced a free short film about the trip, and are in the process of making a feature. See below for Leon’s introduction and the film itself.
Everybody likes free stuff, and so it’s a real delight for Tom and I to share this short film from our time in Iran. The idea was to follow the longest river in Iran from source to sea, using a variety of human powered methods. It was always going to be an adventure, but we could never have predicted just what a madcap, topsy-turvy trip it would turn out to be. 
Without further ado…enjoy!
 
We’re now running a crowdfunding campaign to make the feature length version of this film. If you’ve enjoyed the short then please pledge your support at kck.st/1HmklDs
Please do also spread the word – just follow the link and click ‘share’ – thank you!
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  1. Lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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