Date details
12th Oct 2022 – 12th Oct 2022
Propyard, Bristol
2.5 hrs

Join us for an exciting evening of adventure and outdoor films that highlight the grit, diversity, challenges and triumphs of adventure’s lesser-known tales, in partnership with the Blue Earth Summit.

Where will the films be screened?

At Propyard in Bristol, an independent platform for art, food and music in Bristol, and in partnership with The Blue Earth Summit.

Event Summary

Adventure Uncovered's inaugural film festival event in Bristol will take place at Propyard, Bristol on October 12th, in partnership with Blue Earth Summit.

Want to be part of a creative movement for change?

From women's longstanding involvement in climbing and the healing power of cold water swimming, to bikepacking across the Navajo reservation and dramatic views of the UK’s National Parks in 100 Seconds, the evening is set to inspire and light a spark in all of us!

Plus, there will be short Q&A’s with some of the filmmakers, cast and directors.

The Films

See below, more to be announced very soon!

*Note Blue Earth Summit ticket holders who want to attend will need to purchase a separate ticket to Adventure Uncovered Film Festival. 

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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 Menna Wakeford

A funny, heartwarming and honest conversation with The Pinnacle Club. Highlighting women's longstanding involvement in climbing, and aiming to rebalance a narrative which has been primarily about men; join members of the club as they celebrate their centenary during a global pandemic.

Directed by Bruce Murray

Since the beginning of the pandemic, Scotland has witnessed a spectacular rise in those participating in cold water swimming. In a country that enjoys thousands of miles of dramatic coastline, an abundance of beautiful lochs, waterfalls and rivers, ordinary folk up and down the country have brave...

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 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.

Directed by David Mathias

Since forever we have walked paths into existence. Now we choose to follow them at our leisure. Re-awaken to the possibilities that await us all just beyond our front door. Be touched by three people who remind us how just a thimbleful of nature can fill our souls. And consider how crossing...

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...

Directed by Jordyn Romero

WE ARE LIKE WAVES is an intimate look into how surfing changes Sanu’s life, documenting the struggles and breakthroughs of becoming a female Sri Lankan surfer. Along the South Coast of Sri Lanka, surfing is everywhere. Yet only foreigners and local men fill the lineups. Surfing is not seen as a s...

Directed by Jack Smith

What do the UK's National Parks really look like? To see what these landscapes are made-up of, let's go on a walk. Each second of the walk reveals 1% of our National Parks and how they appear from above. Are you ready for the UK's national parks in 100 seconds?

'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

In partnership with:

Blue Earth Summit, Bristol

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