USA 2007 35min (short)
Directed and producer by Seth Warren
This film tells the story of two world-class kayakers and good friends who embark on the longest-ever petroleum-free road trip.
They cover over 21,000 miles from Alaska to Argentina in a retro-fitted Japanese fire truck named Baby.
After converting the trucks regular diesel engine to run on any kind of natural oil, Seth Warren and Tyler Bradt journeyed for over a year through 16 countries. It was an endless summer adventure of paddling, driving, exploring and promoting alternative fuel sources.
By collaborating with schools, local governments, farmers, agricultural research centres and media, they held demonstrations, workshops and community gatherings to spread the word about sustainable energy, meeting many inspiring people and enjoying some of the best whitewater paddling along the way.
Nevada City Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival 2008
– Winner People’s Choice Award
Taos Mountain Film Festival 2007
– Best Environmental Film
Jules Verne Adventure Film Fest 2007
– Best Picture
Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2007
– Special Jury Award, Runner Up
Reel Paddling Film Fest 200
– Best Documentary