Date details
2nd Dec 2022 – 2nd Dec 2022
2.5 hrs

We're back in Brighton for the 4th year in a row for an evening of adventure and outdoor films that highlight the grit, diversity, challenges and triumphs of adventure’s lesser-known tales - don't miss out on this one!

Event Summary

Adventure Uncovered's fourth film festival evening in Brighton will take place on Friday, 2nd December during the evening. 

Charity Partner - Surfers Against Sewage

We're excited to work alongside SAS in Brighton as the official charity partner for the evening, once again we will be running a raffle so bring cash or a card to take part and get the chance to WIN some fantastic prizes!

The Films

See below, more to be announced soon!

2022 selections

Directed by Rachel Sarah

A Land For Everyone is a short film documenting the work of skateboard and adventure photographer Hannah Bailey, and skateboarder, Lyndsay McLaren. As women who grew up in rural Scotland, Hannah and Lyndsay's teenage selves never imagined a career in skateboarding would be possible, so this adven...

Directed by Jack Flynn

'Forest to Ocean' tells the story behind a special surfboard collaboration between Alan Stokes and Otter Surfboards. The high-performance twin fin board is shaped with locally sourced timber using traditional methods. Filmed in Cornwall where Alan and James call home, the film explores the import...

Directed by Roxy Furman

After experiencing injustice when hiking in the English countryside, Amira Patel decided she wanted to help create a safe space for Muslim women outdoors. She founded her own group, the Wanderlust Women. During lockdown, Amira found a love of wild swimming: it was a place of stillness, in which s...

Directed by Austin Smock

Jon Yazzie struggled to connect to his cultural identity for some time, leading him to make the wrong life choices and lack a sense of belonging. It wasn't until he discovered bikepacking and made his way back to the Navajo reservation that he could regain that connection and feel at peace with h...

Directed by Phil Hill

Jude Palmer became incredibly ill with mental health struggles. Liminal explores how wild swimming in rivers, lakes and oceans has helped her deal with her illness and how she now helps others discover the benefits of nature and being in water. Jude likes having adventures and loves taking o...

Directed by Cliff Kapono

Over 80% of the world's oceans are unexplored. Pro surfer/scientist Cliff Kapono and the MEGA lab are trying to map the reefs at the best surf breaks on the planet. Using new technology, the spirit of adventure and the desire to engage local community members, the team quickly discovers the...

Directed by Guen Murroni

Meet Stormskater – a London based roller-skater who started skating by picking up tips and techniques from other skaters in different spots in the city. Now, she’s one of the most well known skaters in the UK. She gives us insight into the increasingly popular sport and its community, its relevan...

Directed by Euan Robinson

The uncertain future of skiing in Scotland has inspired Jamie Kunka to make sustainable skis out of wood. Based in his cabin in the Scottish Highlands, Jamie is the last ski maker in Scotland. Jamie began teaching himself how to make his wooden skis after watching a Vimeo Staff Pick by Wyatt Visu...

Directed by Dave MacFarlane

Caroline Burrows is the self-named Bristol Bike Bard, using the journeys on her bicycle to inspire verses from the light-hearted and comical to social commentary, in turn attempting to address the stigma around conversations about mental health.

The Tipping Point is a ‘thank you’ letter to the winter. As cyclists, we noticed a clear shift. Any traces of autumn take a bow and we’re left with winter in its purest form. The woods turn to deep, dark, earthy shades and seem devoid of life. Temperatures and traction drop hand-in-hand and rides...



Register, grab a drink and a seat!


The Tipping Point (followed by opening by our host Ellie Mackay)


It Has Become Beauty Again


Bristol Bike Bard


Liminal + Q&A with Director, Phil Hill and outdoor swimmer, Jude Palmer


I Am Capable


Interval for half an hour.




Mapping the Reef


Forest to Ocean + Q&A with Producer, Dan Langton


The Last Ski Maker in Scotland


A Land for Everyone


Closing remarks, drinks & conversations.

'The films were not only stunning and inspiring, they really made me aware of so much good happening in the world.'

Kim Slade, iPhone Filmmaker

Partners and Charities

Surfers Against Sewage Logo
Wavel Project Logo
Leave No Trace Brighton Logo
Bec Logo Blk
LS Prroductions UK LTD LOGO

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