Adventure Uncovered Film Festival is an evening celebration of powerful, purpose-driven adventures that matter, and the only adventure film festival dedicated to screening films with a social awareness and/or environmental impact.
Author: James Wight
Last weekend we had the pleasure of teaming up with the Wild Swimming Brothers for the second time, along with a buzzing, enthusiastic group of intrepid swimmers. Read more below…
Clinton Pryor has just walked nearly 6,000 kms from Perth to Canberra across 6 states, campaigning for change over the treatment of Indigenous people in Australia.
Coinciding with 70 years of Independence from British rule, Olie Hunter Smart is currently chasing Gandhi’s shadow and walking the length of India, over 4,000km exploring and learning about the people, the country and its 400-year relationship with Britain.
A socially conscious 10,000 km cycling adventure, exploring initiatives in sustainable energy and gender equality in education.
Wild swimming brothers practice conservation through adventure, recently swimming in Norway above the Arctic circle to keep the Lofoten Islands oil-free.
Environmental action through the power of adventure – a 6,000-mile bamboo bike ride to raise awareness and inspire action about the loss of biodiversity.