X-Quest

CTV Adventure Series ‘X-Quest’ (2003-2006)

‘Shining Island’ (2006) 
Director of Photography, Co-Producer, Host, Expedition Leader.Documentary film follows the adventures of three kayakers as they attempt to circumnavigate Haida Gwaii’s remote Graham Island in the North Pacific. Airing as an episode of X-Quest on CTV and CTV Travel in 2006. 46 minutes. Awards: Winner in category of 'Best Sea Kayaking Film' at the 2007 Reel Paddling Film Festival.

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‘Across Asgaard’ (2005)
Director of Photography, Co-Producer, Host, Expedition Leader.Documentary film chronicles two Canadian adventurers as they try to canoe across Norway, Sweden and Finland via an old Viking trade route. Aired on CTV and CTV Travel in 2005. Aired as an episode of X-Quest series on CTV and CTV Travel in 2005. 46 minutes. Awards: Winner of best Adventure Travel Film at the Reel Paddling Film Festival (2006) and official selection of the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (2006) and Waterwalker Film Festival (2006).

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‘Taming the Motoco’ (2004)
Director of Photography, Co-Producer, Host. Documentary film follows an eccentric group of Argentine explorers as they ramble around the Motoco River Valley in Patagonia. Aired as an episode of X-Quest series on CTV and CTV Travel in 2005. 46 minutes.

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‘Tiger Tracking on the Nam Pha’(2004)
Director of Photography, Co-Producer, Host. Documentary film chronicles a team of adventurers as they search for the Asian Water Tiger down a remote white water river in Laos. Aired as an episode of X-Quest series on CTV and CTV Travel in 2005. 46 minutes. Awards: Finalist in Category of best Adventure Travel Film at Reel Paddling Film Festival (2006) and official selection of the Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (2006).
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‘Bikes on Ice’ (2003)
Director of Photography, Co-Producer, Host, Expedition Leader.Documentary film follows a team of 3 cyclists as they retrace the century-old cycling journey of two gold miners through the Yukon/Alaska Backcountry. Aired on CTV, CBC, and CTV Travel, 2003-present. 46 minutes. Awards: finalist in the category of Best Documentary at the Yorkton Film Festival (2004), official selection of the Whistler Film Festival (2003) and Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival (2004).

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Chum Television's 'Backspace'Sandakan Death March episode (2006)Frank was profiled in this episode as an Outpost Magazine photographer covering the story of the Sandakan Death March. In 1945, 2500 Australian and British POW's died at the hands of the Japanese during forced jungle marches in the region of Sabah, Borneo. In 2006, Kevin Vallely and Frank Wolf joined 9 Australian military personnel as they retraced the 250 km route of the march for the first time in 61 years. 22 minutes in length. 


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