Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2019
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Festival at a glance
Jaw dropping first descent of the Beriman Gorge
Four Mums And A Boat
The incredible true story of four ordinary working mums from Yorkshire who took on an extraordinary challenge and broke a world record along the way
North of Known
A paragliding traverse of the Alaska Range
The Island Project
Horse trainer Emma Massingale, survives solo on an Island for a month, whilst training up two unridden,horses so she can ride them with her other ponies.
Bouldering champion, Angie Payne, leaves everything she knows behind as she ventures deep into the French Polynesian jungle with veteran climber and explorer, Mike Libecki. Their objective: to put up a first ascent on the south face of the Poumaka Tower. They somehow endure blood, sweat, and tears as the team climbs through mud and fear, into the unknown.
A bikepacking journey to discover the wild very north-west tip of Scotland. Expect loaded bikes, empty roads & wilderness, campfires, bothies, tents and a steady flow of single malt.
Join Brette Harrington on a global journey from the frozen waterfalls of the Canadian rockies, to the big wall free climbing proving ground of Yosemite’s El Capitan, and onto a landmark solo of Chiara di Luna in the alpine mecca of Patagonia’s Cerro Torre Range.
Jump on board a madcap sailing adventure to the biggest rock walls in the Arctic Circle with a team of elite climbers as zany as they are talented.
Boys In The Bugs
Matt Segal and Will Stanhope have spent a decade climbing the world's hardest cracks. Now they travel deep into the Canadian wilderness to the infamous Bugaboo Mountains where they are looking for the ultimate next-level crack climb.
The First Day of Summer
Pete Coombs questions the rational reasoning behind putting himself as risk while on a splitboardging adventure in Iceland.
Doing it Scared
18 years after a catastrophic accident which left him with hemiplegia, climber Paul Pritchard returns to the Totem Pole to find out if he has recovered enough to finish the climb.
Flashes of the Altai
Three childhood friends set out for the far western corner of Mongolia to combine mountain biking and packrafting in a self-supported adventure into the unknown.
The Trail to Kazbegi
What happens when four like-minded adventurers head into one of the world’s wildest mountain ranges with nothing but their mountain bikes and enough food to survive for 10 days?
Who Is Dervla Murphy
Dervla Murphy is Ireland’s most prolific travel writer who for five decades has travelled the world mostly alone, and mostly by bicycle
The Klarälven River
Travelling down the Klarälven River in Sweden, for one week, on a log raft.
As longtime professional climbers who eat, sleep and live the sport, Cedar Wright and Matt Segal are used to being competent, comfortable and at the top of their game.