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Want to access a conscious, highly engaged, outdoor community? A collaboration with Adventure Uncovered's editorial and events platform could well suit your brand needs.

We're always on the lookout for partners and sponsors or share their sustainable brand stories or showcase their innovative products.

So, if you're aligned with what we do and share similar values - get in touch - we'd be excited to collaborate and work with you!

We collaborate with all types of companies from sustainable outdoor brands and breweries to adventure travel operators, online publications, magazines and charities.

What we have in common is our determination to use business as a force for good and a belief that new, people and planet-centric ideas will improve our world. Cheesy but true. 

Our audience has the same mindset. A recent survey showed that they want to be made more aware of sustainable, ethical and honest companies. If you’re reading this, we’re guessing that might be you. 

To learn more about sponsorship options for our 2021 film festival or to discuss other content partnership opportunities please view the documents below or email us with your enquiry.

  • View some of the organisations we have worked with here.

About the 2021 Film Festival

We've experienced huge challenges in the face of COVID-19 like many other events organisers, and the pandemic initially forced us to take our film programmes outside for 2021, and split them across new 'nighter' and 'microfestival' events across the UK. But these well-intended plans got scuppered, and with the approval and support of filmmakers, we decided to host the official selections online.

The 2021 official selections are now available to view - all the films are inspiring to say the least, and, in one way or another, pushing boundaries, smashing stereotypes and creating new narratives.

This year we are also working towards one of our many New Year's Resolutions to 'Break the Mould' and ensure 20% of the films we show are from BAME or female directors or producers, and 50% of films show BAME or female adventurers. We will report on how we progressed on this at the end of the year.