Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2022
Films with a focus on Adventure Activism
Amputee athlete Nicole Ver Kuilen is swimming, biking, and running from Seattle to San Diego. The question is: will her prosthesis survive the journey?
A Plea For Refuge
Discovering true adventure in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
A crew of aspiring ice climbers from the Memphis Rox gym travels to the frozen wilds of Montana.
After losing his leg to cancer as a young adult, Jon Wilson struggled with feeling broken. Challenging himself in the outdoors presented a possible remedy.
Crux follows Harvey, a recovering addict who uses rock climbing to work through his ongoing struggle with mental health.
Freedom Of The Moors
Freedom Of The Moors is a larger than life retelling of one of Lancashire’s most famous landmarks; Darwen Tower.
One mans journey from India to Germany on a tandem bike to stop modern day slavery.
Godspeed, Los Polacos!
The Lost Story of the World's Greatest Road Trip
John McAvoy: the Ironman set free
While serving a double life sentence in prison, John McAvoy found redemption via sport and his "ability to suffer"
Kit Repair Hacks for Extreme Adventures
11 Jul '21 1:00pm
Top tips for adventure kit care and repair
Antoine Le Menestrel, former high-level climber, tells us with sincerity and sensitivity, his history at the cliff of Buoux, France and his vision of climbing today.
Less Is More
This documentary shows the lifestyle of the Surf Island Family, a family of surfers-adventurers with an atypical, intriguing and inspiring lifestyle.
Makatea Vertical Adventure
The goal being to develop eco-responsible tourism, which is respectful of the biodiversity of the atoll and its inhabitants through the practice of climbing.
Pedal Through, a genre-pushing adventure documentary about three black women bikepacking through Oregon’s backcountry.
"Plogging at the Sky's edge" with Runners against Rubbish
9 Jul '21 8:00pm
Project Wild Women
Project Wild Women encloses how women despite their pre-decided boundaries have broken through the mainstream and achieved what was never imagined in Indian society.
Four women, two cargo bikes, six days, Edinburgh to Copenhagen. What could possibly go wrong?
Return To El Guayas
The first descent of one of Colombia’s wildest rivers
Sadat Kawawa: Born on the banks of the Nile
Sadat Kawawa was born and raised in Uganda, on the banks of the White Nile. He was told to revere the water, not to risk his life in it. But Sadat fell in love with the river.
The Ghosts Above
A team sets out to solve one of the greatest mysteries in exploration: who made the first ascent of Mt. Everest.
The Mystery Of Now
Apache Skateboards founder, Douglas Miles shares socio-political context around the history that lead to life on the San Carlos Apache reservation
The Wanderlust Women
The Muslim women proving that they are unlimited