Swim 1000 Miles – Feature Video

  1 Gold Medal Mel Stewart | January 02nd, 2014 | Featured, Lifestyle, Open Water, Video

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I’m a swim film festival fan, and I love this swimming documentary, this swimming video produced by Miguel Endara, titled  Swim 1000. 

I am always on the lookout for great swim videos. If you have an interesting, funny or beautiful swimming-related video and/or animated short,  please submit to Gold Medal Mel Stewart at swimswam to be featured. We appreciate all points of view on pools, lakes, rivers and oceans. Please include a little background on why you captured the video and the equipment you used (cameras, lens, editing software, etc.). Feel free to add your own story as well, 175 to 200 words works best.

From the Producer / Filmmaker: 

A film about Dave Cornthwaite and his quest to swim 1000 miles down the Lower Missouri, while attempting to raise £1 million for breast cancer awareness.

Winner – Best Short Film, Adventure Travel Film Festival, 2013
Winner – Most Inspiring Adventure Short, XpeditionTV Short Film Awards, 2013

Directed, filmed and produced by Miguel Endara. 
Music by Helios and The xx. 
In aid of breast cancer awareness through Coppafeel.org. 
Learn more at Swim1000.com.


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  1. Mikal W. Grass says:

    Beautiful video. Just goes to show us how swimming is more than the sum of its parts.

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