Adventure Uncovered Film Festival is an evening celebration of powerful, purpose-driven adventures that matter, and the only adventure film festival dedicated to screening films with a social awareness and/or environmental impact. Join 300 people over two days celebrating the very best purpose-driven adventures, big and small, which shine the spotlight on a diverse array of pressing, neglected and little-known issues facing humanity and our environment right now.
Chris Shirley is on a mission to support athletes in conflict and post-conflict environments, in Afghanistan he helps grassroots adventure activists flourish amid the chaos of war.
Ahead of Adventure Uncovered Live next week, Ben Willis summarises how adventure can contribute to the greater good.
Founder of Sail Britain Oliver Beardon talks to Helen Taylor about his unique approach to marine conservation and why reconnecting people with the ocean is the best way of preserving it.
The outdoors is often portrayed as the preserve of young white males. As Soraya Abdel-Hadi argues, breaking down these stereotypes will benefit not just society but the wider environment too.
Helen Taylor talks to Andy Middleton, founder of adventure operator TYF Group, Tom Kay, founder of surf brand Finisterre and Tim Frenneaux, founder of Gather Outdoors, on why a truly sustainable mindset matters.
Last weekend we had the pleasure of teaming up with the Wild Swimming Brothers for the second time, along with a buzzing, enthusiastic group of intrepid swimmers. Read more below…