Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2018
Presented by the BMC
Festival at a glance
The Bothy Project
The experience of four artists exploring the Sheneval bothy, woven into a beautiful short film.
Shauna and Pete go crack climbing!
Pete Whittaker takes Shauna for a crash course in crack climbing - and not everything goes to plan...
Ayesha McGowan - BBC Winners
Ayesha McGowan hopes to be the first African American professional female road cyclist.
Silvana Lima - BBC Winners
Silvana is a surfer 'not pretty enough to sponsor'...
Down to Nothing
This harrowing expedition pushed a group of mountaineers to the mental and physical brink; carving them Down To Nothing.
Conqueruing Ghost Ice
In this intimate portrait, Hueniken bravely shares how her love of climbing has been tested by personal tragedy.
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.
It's time to get to know Jenn Shelton, one of the most outspoken voices in running.
Anna Frost takes some time out to journey to the highlands of Papua New Guinea to visit the place where she grew up.
Scenes From The Green
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be the first person to walk up to a wall with no established climbing routes anywhere in site?
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.
Meet the new faces of climbing: 14-year-old Ashima Shiraishi and 15-year-old Kai Lightner
Four Girls and a Matterhorn
Mix four girls, a Matterhorn, calm weather, spring powder snow and a good dose of motivation and positive vibes together and this is what you get.
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
Short documentary about artist,photographer and outdoor swimmer Vivienne Rickman Poole.
What If You Fly
Hawaiian artist and muralist Sean Yoro (a.k.a. HULA)travels to the arctic waters of Baffin Island, Nunavut, to paint a portrait of a local Inuit woman on the sea ice.
Chasing The Distance
I run. Far. 100-miles at a time. I go to a dark place and I control the pain.
The journey of a spirited Nepali village girl on her pursuit to being a world-recognised mountain runner.