Home intimately and unflinchingly tells the epic story of Sarah Outen's solo, human powered expedition around the globe, where she is brought to the mental and physical brink by a violent ocean storm.

 For more information about the film and upcoming festival and cinema screenings, visit www.sarahoutenhome.com



Identity, fear, obsession, destruction. Based on his best-selling auto-biography of the same name, Psycho Vertical is a raw and emotive exploration of the complex life and motivations of writer, funny-man and Britain's unlikeliest hero-mountaineer, Andy Kirkpatrick.

 Our festival and cinema run for this film is now over, but for more information about the project, visit www.psychoverticalfilm.com, read Ed Douglas’ review here, and then get your copy of the film on Vimeo!

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Threads from Mongolia


Threads from Mongolia follows thirteen women as they explore Western Mongolia. Encounters with eagle hunters, ancient petroglyphs and a glimpse into the lives of nomadic families, Threads from Mongolia weaves female camaraderie, poetry by Claire Carter and music from local performers into a beautiful love letter to a wild place.

Made with support from She Went Wild and Women on a Mission.

Look out for screenings of the full film on the 2018 Women's Adventure Film Tour.

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Mind Control

Exploring fear, doubt and sheer determination, this is our video scrapbook of recovery. Made in close collaboration with Hazel Findlay for BMC TV and shot over three years as Hazel went from operating table to fighting fit on the Spanish sport route, Mind Control.



The Bothy Project

The Bothy Project is about exploring the wilds on your own terms, in your own style. Artists Tessa Lyons, Natasha Brooks and writer Claire Carter trek into the vast emptiness of the Sheneval bothy in the Scottish Northwest to let go, unravel, and untangle their need for outdoor space.

Find out more about the film and artists involved over at Lowe Alpine.


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Operation Moffat

Operation Moffat takes inspiration and wit from the colourful climbing life of Britain’s first female mountain guide, Gwen Moffat. Grappling with her preference for mountains over people, adventure over security and wilderness over ticklists, writer Claire Carter and filmmaker Jen Randall climb, run, scramble and swim their way through Gwen’s most cherished British landscapes.

Operation Moffat won twenty awards at international mountain film festivals including Banff Mountain Film Festival, Kendal Mountain Festival, Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival and 5 Point Film Festival.


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Intimate and powerful, Project Mina follows Mina Leslie-Wujastyk on the World Cup bouldering circuit of 2013. A film about dedication, struggle, determination and finding your way.



My first leap into doing what I do after studying was making Push It in 2012 - following myself and climbing partner Jackie Sequeira fling ourselves out of our comfort zones by attempting to climb El Capitan - the world’s most famous big wall - and visiting our climbing role models to help us on our way. It’s rough and it’s ready and it’s still one of my favourites.

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