GC-04. Adventure Shorts 1

Follow the Light

France, Short Documentary, 2021, 4 min

Photo © JB Liautard

From sunsets over dramatic landscapes to the illumination of hot air balloons and the warm ambience of the Middle East, immerse yourself in this colorful mountain bike adventure, guided by light.

Directed by Pierre Henni


Canada, Short Documentary, 2020, 34 min

Jay Macmillan travels to the Langtang Valley to reconcile the trauma of the 2015 earthquake, which for him, hit close to home. He begins to forge meaningful relationships with grieving Langtangpa families as they rebuild their lives and communities, unearthing the universal powers of love, loss and acceptance. Subtitled.

Directed by Jay Macmillan

Goal Zero Power Moves: Quinn Brett and the Tour Divide

USA, Short Documentary, 2021, 14 min

Photo © Andy Earl

2,450 miles, 25 days, 1 adaptive hand bike. Accomplished athlete and all-around badass Quinn Brett became the first documented adaptive cyclist to complete the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route, or the Tour Divide. When it comes to the outdoors, Brett will not be hindered by physical challenges.

Directed by Justin Boyer, Andy Earl


France, Short Documentary, 2020, 26 min

A 480-meter highline between the towering Arves Needles was the crazy dream of Camille and Antoine, two passionate alpinists and highliners. Arves-en-Ciel is a first in history and a beautiful human adventure. Subtitled.

Directed by Antoine Message

A Dog’s Tale

Canada, Short Documentary, 2021, 9 min

Millions of our best friends enjoy their homes and live in metropolitan areas. But, there’s something about the primal instinct of feeling the forest floor under your paws and smelling a thousand different smells all at once–at what seems like 100 miles an hour. Subtitled.

Directed by Darren McCullough

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