Charlotte Raffo
Written by Charlotte Raffo
Published on 19th March 2020
4 min read
Stuck inside more than you'd like? Plan your escape with this eclectic mix of films and videos to keep your mind occupied.

Woodland Connection (Millican)

"In a small woodland, in the Sussex countryside, curious souls Andrew Groves and Emma Hughes seek to know more about their surroundings. Nature is the vehicle of their curiosity, their canvas for ideas and their inspiration for Miscellaneous Adventures – a project that promotes the co-existence of creativity with outdoor living and the production of handcrafted wooden objects."

Just Add Water

Take a powerful journey through Clay Marzo's life, and see him literally come alive in the ocean as he rides waves in Tahiti, Fiji, Hawaii, France, Spain and Australia. You'll also hear testimonials about his incredible talent from the most legendary surfers in the world. And finally, the story showcases an awareness-raising glimpse into his life and mind as he comes to understand both the gifts and challenges of living with Asperger's.

Could Space Exploration Help the Entire Ocean? (The Do Lectures)

“If we as a tiny little charity in Oxford can help protect an area of ocean that’s twice the size of the entire United Kingdom, if we can do it, there must be hope.”

*Staff Favourite* Maiden: War on the Waves (Storyville)

The inspirational story of how Tracy Edwards became the skipper of the first all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1989.

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The Dawn Wall

The intriguing and moving story of rock climbers Tommy Caldwell and Kevin Jorgeson and their effort to climb The Dawn Wall, a seemingly impossible 3,000-foot rock face in Yosemite National Park. The pair lived on the sheer vertical cliff for weeks, igniting a frenzy of global media attention. For Tommy Caldwell, it was much more than just a climb. It was the culmination of a lifetime defined by overcoming obstacles.

The UK in 100 Seconds

See the UK as it really is - 100 seconds, with each second representing a percentage of the different land uses of the UK. Can we make more space for nature?

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