Sheffield Adventure Films (15 tbc)

BUY TICKETS 8pm Wednesday 24 July

Following submissions from hundreds of filmmakers, the 2019 touring programme from the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival presents two hours of the best of the Festival. The six films represent the pinnacle of climbing, running and biking, adventures from the snow and the streets. They include an expedition to climb the remote frozen towers of Antarctica (featuring Free Solo’s Alex Honnold and Jimmy Chin), a 12-year-old free-skiing prodigy and a five-day mountain race down the spine of Wales. Come for some summer inspiration!
(2019 UK 123 mins Part subtitled)

Queen Maud Land
“The film where Alex Honnold actually shows fear”.
A dream team of six elite climbers including Free Solo’s Alex Honnold and Jimmy Chin mount an expedition to one of the world’s last great climbing frontiers: the remote frozen towers of Antarctica.

An incredible street workout with the Australian calisthenic athlete ‘Simonster’.

Kai Jones
12 year old freeskiing prodigy Kai Jones rips gnarly terrain at Jackson Hole.

The Frenchy
Jacques ‘The Frenchy’ Houot is a Colorado icon, an 82-year-old athlete who works non-stop on skis, mountain bike, and the cyclocross race circuit…

Ar Gefn y Ddraig (Riding The Dragon)
The Berghaus Dragons Back Race is the hardest 5-day mountain race in the world! Follow Huw Jack Brassington as he attempts the race – a whopping 300+ km down the spine of Wales – for the first time! (Welsh language)

A Mile an Hour  
Packing on the pounds after writing a PhD, Beau’s running again. Combining a need to get rid of the gut, to run again, and spend some quality time in the shed, Beau will run a mile an hour around his perfectly mile-long block. In between he’ll do as much as possible, likely becoming the fullest, meaningful, most trivial day of his life.