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DIRECTORS Jen Randall, Sarah Outen
The highly engaging story of British adventurer Sarah Outen who traversed the globe by bike, kayak and rowing boat – digging deep mentally and physically and finding love.
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British adventurer Sarah Outen set out on an expedition to traverse the globe by bike, kayak and rowing boat. Her lust for life inspired people worldwide. This intimate documentary captures Sarah’s journey: the kindness of strangers, the wonders of the wild, the inevitable toll on her mental and physical health and her discovery of love for a farmer called Lucy. A delightful story of heart and soul, hardship and the untenable drive of the human spirit. Join us for a preview screening of this fascinating film.
(2019 UK 91 mins)
Arji Bhaji Indian street food truck will be on site on Sunday 8th September.
Festival tickets: Over 30s £7; 30 & under £5*
*except for The Wizard of Oz and Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.
Weekend festival pass: Over 30s £21; 30 & under £15
Buy a weekend 1 festival pass
The weekend pass (available for each weekend) will allow you to come to any festival ﬁlm over that weekend. You can buy the passes online and collect them at the cinema, but please book your tickets for the ﬁlms you wish to attend separately (you won’t have to pay but you will then be able to reserve your place) and bring your pass with you at all times.
This screening and the Rainbow Film Festival are made possible by the BFI’s Film Audience Network, with the support of The National Lottery.