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Voyagers hits the road

Around Oregon & up to Canada, Voyagers reaches new audiences

Latest Screenings:
Pacific University's Forest Theater: December 1, 7 PM 
Watch the new trailer

Pacific University Presents Voyagers

Join us at the Forest Theater tonight for a free screening of Voyagers, a reception catered by St. Honore Boulangerie and a Q & A!  If you have any historical questions about the film, Professor Rick Jobs who worked as a historical consultant and story advisor for Voyagers will also be there.

United by a love of history and cinema, Pacific University  students and professors, the Voyagers crew and the general public are all invited to join in conversation about adventure, the outdoors and following your passion.

Northwest Filmmakers' Festival Recap

Ian McCluskey screened his first-ever film at Northwest Filmmakers' Festival, so it was only appropriate that his latest feature was a celebrated film at the 42nd annual event. Voyagers drew in hometown crowds at Portland's longest running film festival.

A Banff Homecoming

Voyagers was honored to screen opening weekend at the 40th annual Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival.

"Returning to Banff with Voyagers was like a homecoming. Exactly four years ago, I had come to Banff with John Waller to experience the Adventure Filmmakers Workshop. In the workshop, I "pitched" the story for the very first time. With an enthusiastic response, we left Banff inspired to uncover this lost story. To return and stand on the same stage as world-class explorers, scientists, and outdoor athletes was incredibly humbling. It was such an honor to share the film, playing a small part of a much larger legacy, adventure inspiring adventure, and capturing the spirit exploration through storytelling."  
--Ian McCluskey, director 

le visage de Voyagers

If you missed the sleek theatrical poster created by graphic designer, Pace Taylor, take a gander. From the French and American torn newspaper clippings to the font (inspired by the French article that announced the trio's expedition), the poster honors the authenticity of both the initial and modern kayaking voyages. If you look closely, you can even gain insight into the trio's fame and following.

The Limited Edition theatrical poster was designed especially for the film's Grand Premiere. Only 40 were printed, and if you are interested in purchasing one of your own 27"x 40" posters, please email
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