Sheffield Adventure Film Festival 2022
Films that have consider sustainability in their production and creative development.
87 DAYS - Alone Rowing the Pacific
'The greatest psychological challenge of my life', this film is an epic story of survival; endlessly harrowing, ultimately triumphant.
After the Storm
Husband and wife Andy and Aneela McKenna mountain bike their way through the Scottish islands reflecting on the changes racism has sparked in their lives.
After Fukushima, Japan was devastated by an earthquake and nuclear disaster in 2011, the community looks to rebuild through snowboarding.
Alba Goes Bikepacking
Alba Goes Bikepacking is a feel-good story of one man and his dog’s journey through Snowdonia on their electric cargo bike.
All For One
Sabrina Verjee sets off with an ambitious aim of completing a round of the 214 wainwright fells in the English Lake District in under 6 days.
A White Dream
In love with images and the cold, the wildlife photographer Jérémie Villet travels alone through the white deserts of the Yukon winter.
A Woman's Place
A conversation with the Pinnacle Club - Celebrating 100 years of women's climbing in Britain.
Serene and chaotic; untouched and urban; rich, poor, old, new, sacred, sexy, wise, fast and funny — Africa: the continent some thought to be static was just unshakable.
A climate-neutral journey by bike and kayak across the Alps.
Through the magical adventures of climbing strangler fig trees in the lush mountains of Costa Rica, young climbers find love and purpose for protecting the threatened biodiversity of the cloud forest.
Celebrated professional skiers Lorraine Huber and Hedvig Wessel join forces to take on the Freeride World Tour.
For the first few days after she awoke from her coma, Dani Burt didn't know her right leg, from just above the knee down, was gone.
A letter from a mother to a daughter about the outdoors, being a woman, uncovering past scars, confronting fear, and evolving her definition of bravery.
Fifteen years ago, some urban boulder lines in Montreal were opened by Antoine and his crew, but many were never sent.
Going The Extra Yard
The story of four runners who took on the Suffolk Backyard Ultra in 2021
Having spent her teenage years in hospital, Grace finds healing in the climbing community.
Home Lines focuses on the new paradigm: embarking on a low impact expedition close to home.
A short documentary centred around Will Steger, the legendary polar explorer, as he inspires a community by preserving the forgotten craft of ice harvesting.
If You Give A Beach A Bottle
Inspired by a picture book, Max Romey heads to a remote beach on Alaska's coastline in search of marine debris.
Journey to Jagdula
Six women became the first to climb and map a remote region in western Nepal in 1962.
Julia Chanourdie's quest to the hardest climbing routes
Like a River
Artist and climber Jeremy Collins has had a long and loving relationship with the desert canyons of the American southwest.
“Link Sar” is one of the world’s most challenging unclimbed peaks: Link Sar, in the high mountains of Pakistan.
In scaling rocks by the hardest routes, boulderers seek to escape gravity in an endless quest to achieve weightlessness and momentarily leave the world behind.
A film about trauma and loss, grief and mental health, and community and healing.
One Step Ahead
After the long months of stand still, the Mountain Tribe Crew has a big goal, and builts a longterm plan towards it.
You might be able to string a rope right across the massive Slanghoek Amphitheatre, but why would you possibly want to jump off it?
Sam & Me
In an attempt to ease his stress, Sam writes to pro skier and climate advocate, Mike Douglas, asking for advice.
A local legend in the Wasatch Mountains, the Farmer spends his winters harvesting one of the most precious crops on earth: Powder.
Heather Anderson has held the most coveted thru-hiking records on earth. She reflects on her journey in this intimate portrait.
The Trash Mob
The Trash Mob tells the story of a group of young people that changed their worlds through mountain biking & nature connection.
Valentine and Hillary attempt to be the first women to ski the alpine Haute Route non-stop from Chamonix to Zermatt.
Andy Fu found camaraderie at his Jiu-Jitsu gym and respite in the mountains of North Wales. During the pandemic, all that was taken away from him.
Ups and Downs
Professional skier Drew Petersen opens up about navigating the mountains and valleys of trauma, mental health, and suicidal thoughts through the lens of ski touring.
Walk the Earth
Lucy is a solo female adventurer who is best known for traversing the Americas in pursuit of becoming the first woman to walk the length of the world with her dog, Wombat.
Wave Of Change
Sailing around the world in search of low-tech innovation, and developing sustainable and affordable technologies.
In January 2021 28 Wild Swimmers pledged to swim everyday of the month for the Homeless Charity Crisis.