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2021 Winners

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Directed by Linus Herbig-Matten

Today over 40 million people live in modern day slavery. We don´t see them with chains around their necks like in the old slavery days but it is the same system. People getting exploited by the rich and powerful in sexual or bonded labour work. Especially women and children, who are the most vuln...

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Directed by Bachar Khattar

Ultra-running evokes notions of insanity, dedication, and the pursuit of mind over body. A blend of eye-popping scenery, extreme human achievement, and revealing personal stories, Confessions of a Runner features Patrick Vaughan, an accomplished trail runner as he shares his story of healing and...

2021 Official selections

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Directed by Kylor Melton

In February 2019, the United States government declared a ‘national state of emergency’ on the southern border... in an act of solidarity, a team from Mexico and a team from the U.S.A assembled with the sole purpose of establishing a slackline that crossed the border between them. in a world tha...

Directed by Leigh Anne Sides

Myrtle Simpson - trailblazer, pioneer, adventurer, mountain climber, polar explorer, writer, and mother. In 2017, over fifty years after she became the first woman to cross the polar ice cap covering Greenland, she was awarded the Polar Medal - a gift from Queen Elizabeth II as thanks for service...

El Monociclo en Cuba is a feel good story about a 9 year old boy riding unicycles and learning about the world by homeschooling in Cuba. It's a mix of fun riding, smiles, curiosity, and the sites and sounds of Cuba. This short film is made to appeal to kids. The main character, Kian, worked exte...

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Directed by Nicholas Natale

A documentary film about WEIO, the World Eskimo Indian Olympics. Native Eskimos have competed in these games since 1961, which is a gathering of Eskimo people from all around the circumpolar region. It is the largest annual celebration of Alaskan Native Heritage. Through travelling to native vill...

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Directed by Johnny Burke

An epic tale of the sea, told through one young man's personal journey to understand his father, who died while rowing the Pacific.

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Directed by Nathan McNeil

On January 5 1956, a man named John Stuart died in remote Southwest Tasmania on a climbing & exploration expedition into the region. Although it was summer, John died of exposure to freezing conditions 9 days into his journey, shortly after summiting Federation Peak & spending the proceeding 3 da...

Directed by Susanna Kosa

"Just Be" is a short movie about the art of living wide rather than living long. "Life's short, they say. But...maybe it's just long enough, if you live it right." This line from the movie is a variation of thoughts from the philosopher Seneca, who basically said, that if you live a fulfilled li...

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Directed by Awi Rabelista

"An unforgettable adventure, seeking for natural beauty in a warzone." Professional nature photographer Marsel van Oosten wants to travel to Socotra: an isolated island located southeast of Yemen. The island is so isolated that many of the plant species there are nowhere else to be found on Eart...

Directed by Liz Barker

City Trippin is a short film documenting our adventure project, where we took a group of disadvantaged inner-city kids out from the confines of the concrete jungle. Giving them an opportunity to extend their horizons in a bigger world outside of their normal environment. We capture their stories,...

Directed by Jonny Campbell

By living in his converted van, Sam is able to lead a lifestyle in tune with the natural rhythms of the sea. 'To surf is to travel, and the surfer is a nomad'.

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