Launching in London on 12th Feb 2021 before heading to venues across the UK, join us and our award-winning filmmakers as we explore the grit, diversity, challenges and triumphs of adventure's lesser-known tales.

2020 films

This year's winners and selections are now available

Past Event Workshops

Adventure Filmmaking 101

Ellie Mackay
Co-Founder, Ellipsis Environmental and National Geographic Filmmaker

Ellie shares the basics of filmmaking, guiding you through the whole process of documentary film making, from honing your initial concept through to funding.

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Smartphone Shooting

Kim Slade
Founder, Unlost Co. and Touch Video Academy

If you want to learn how to capture and edit your adventures with simple methods and minimal equipment, this workshop is for you, a great entry-level workshop!

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Visual Storytelling and the Creative Process

Reza Pakravan
Professional explorer and filmmaker with TV series’ for BBC, Fox, C4, CBC & Aljazeera.

Explore how to find the right stories and characters, develop compelling narratives and create a visual language that ensures your film stands out in a crowded market.

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Outdoor gear that doesn't cost the earth.

This year we’re launching RethinKIT, an ethos, exhibition and, hopefully, a movement for change. You’ll get to learn how to repair, swap or share outdoor kit and gear, and see some of the leading innovations from the UK’s most sustainable outdoor brands.

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What can I expect?

  • 30 official films selected, 6 category winning films
  • 3 filmmaking workshops
  • Min 5 locations
  • Live Q&As with directors and producers
  • RethinKIT exhibition feat. sustainable and innovative outdoor brands (in partnership with Loanhood)
  • Clothes and gear swap
  • Repair shop
  • Pizza and sustainable food and drink options
  • Awesome venues
  • Hang out with fellow adventure and outdoor enthusiasts!

Upcoming locations


Wednesday 14th October
18:30 - 22:30


Friday 12th February
16:00 - 23:00


Thursday 4th March
18:30 - 22:30


Thursday 18th March
18:30 - 23:00



We work with sustainable venues who are aligned to our purpose, benefiting social progress, local communities or the environment.

London - our 2020 launch event will be at The Boiler House, a venue putting action and innovation towards social change at the forefront. Workshops will run at x+why workspace, a flexible workspace with purpose.

Oxford - Tap Social Movement grew out of a passion for good beer and social justice, a craft brewery which provides training courses for people serving prison sentences, offering courses in brewing and business start-up, and providing one-on-one support in securing permanent employment to assist in effective rehabilitation.

Bristol - Cube Cinema, a non-profit cooperative staffed by volunteers. Since opening in 1998 the venue has hosted artistic and cultural events including films and music performances, as well as providing a focal point for the local artistic community.

Venues Map

'Fantastic festival with a very high bar for quality films, all with an environmental or social message. Was a joy to be a part of.'

Ted Simpson, Filmmaker

Sponsors and partners

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Adventure Scientists
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Pizza Pilgrims
Protect Our Winter
Wave Project

Past highlights

Previous winners, behind the scenes pics, workshop sneak peaks and more