Our film events harness the power of film, talks, photography and art to serve and honour a wider social and environmental purpose, communicating adventure and outdoor sports differently.
Adventure that Matters | Through his project Tales of Change, Florian Reber is on a mission to explore and document the effects of climate change on some of the world’s most iconic mountainous regions. He recounts the first leg of his adventure traversing the European Alps by bicycle and splitboard.
Founder of Sail Britain Oliver Beardon talks to Helen Taylor about his unique approach to marine conservation and why reconnecting people with the ocean is the best way of preserving it.
The outdoors is often portrayed as the preserve of young white males. As Soraya Abdel-Hadi argues, breaking down these stereotypes will benefit not just society but the wider environment too.
Helen Taylor talks to Andy Middleton, founder of adventure operator TYF Group, Tom Kay, founder of surf brand Finisterre and Tim Frenneaux, founder of Gather Outdoors, on why a truly sustainable mindset matters.
To celebrate World Oceans Day, Helen Taylor speaks to seven adventure activists on why they believe outdoor adventure can change the mindset of the many, and promote a more sustainable, plastic-free future.
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.