Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2019
Films with a focus on Adventure Activism
A Mile an Hour
A different kind of marathon; running one lap an hour for 24hrs around a perfectly mile long block.
Call Me Peg Leg
Meet Rik or Peg Leg as he is now officially called, one legged chef, traveller and one of the UK's most exciting surfers. A short film by Mattr.Media
Australian storm chasing photographer Nick Moir journeys through the American Midwest in pursuit of tornadoes.
Three friends set off on a 400km bikepacking and packraft expedition through the heart of the sacred headwaters in northwestern British Columbia.
Cape Town is currently suffering from a water crisis due to a number of different factors.
Mike Schaefer & FORCE
Collected footage from 10 years of Mikey Schaefer’s climbs, summits and misadventures in Patagonia
Mother Earth is a short film featuring British Columbia's First Nations, talking about the necessity to listen and protect our planet.
North Of Nightfall
26 Nov '18
Hidden among the glaciers high in the Arctic Circle are mountain bike lines too incredible to ignore. Harsh temperatures, volatile weather and nine-month winters mean the area is normally devoid of human life.
Ode to Muir
Jeremy Jones and two-time Olympian Elena Hight as they embark on a 40-mile foot-powered expedition deep into California’s John Muir Wilderness.
Running is currently one of the fastest growing outdoor activities in China. Six years ago trail running was almost unheard of.
Running for Good: The Fiona Oakes Documentary
Follow world record marathon runner Fiona Oakes as she takes on the toughest footrace on earth, the Marathon Des Sables.
In March 2018, a group of tribes put their differences aside and came together to run 800 miles to Bears Ears and to send a message of unity
Surviving The Outback
One mans escape from the wilds of outback Australia.
This documentary, presented by Patagonia Films, unpacks the complexities of modern conservation and challenges us to consider the importance of our last wild places.
The Adventure Effect
How vital is adventure? We gave an expert and five young people a unique experience to find out.
The UK In 100 Seconds
How much space is there for nature in the UK? How do we use the land? Look at it from the air and you find some surprising answers.
Follow a crew of kayakers standing up for the last wild rivers of Europe, threatened by 2700 dams.
Tonic Of The Sea
A mini-documentary showing the link between mental health and sea swimming.
In 2017, Jay Gustafson launched Paddle for Progress, a two-year, 4,300-mile personal journey in response to Governor Dayton's call for water action.