Portrait about artist, photographer and outdoor swimmer Vivienne Rickman Poole.
Georgia Pilkington began climbing at her local indoor wall aged 7, at 16 she won all three rounds of the BMC Para Climbing Series (Hearing Impaired category). Now she’s moved on to tackling epic challenges like the Old Man of Stoer and the Matterhorn and is keen for more; especially since she was recently diagnosed with Autism and climbing helps her overcome feelings of anxiety and makes her feel truly herself.
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Discover the physical and mental strength it takes to walk to the South Pole using only renewable energy. Follow father and son explorers, Robert and Barney Swan, as they complete the world’s first renewable powered polar expedition – from gruelling fitness regimes and kit preparations, to keepin...
Waterlog documents the story of writer Joe Minihane and his battle with anxiety. When anxiety took hold of his life, Joe found wild swimming provided the perfect antidote. He set out to retrace the route of environmentalist Roger Deakin’s nature writing classic, Waterlog. Joe embarked on his own...
Run Booi Run follows a Canadian ultra-marathon runner as he finds contentment through suffering and meaning through struggle.
From Asia to Antarctica is a short film by Eco-Business that tells the climate change story through a unique Asian lens for the first time.