Director – Mark Huskisson
Ghost Peleton fuses performance cycling with athletic choreography. Each rider was illuminated using NVA’s bespoke LED light suit. The rhythm of movement from choreographed actions of massed participants becomes a source of creativity and the landscape of Yorkshire becomes an open canvas carrying a new visual language.
Director – Al Lee
Yorkshireman Rob Jarman is a downhill mountain bike specialist and professional stuntman. This gripping and emotional film tells the story of a near fatal accident and his road to recovery where he sets his sights on a UK downhill speed record. Redoubtable, affable and hilarious, it’s a compelling ride with Rob Jarman, on, and more often not, off his bike.
Sufferfest 2: Desert Alpine
Director – Cedar Wright
Professional Climbers and goofballs Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright attempt to climb 45 Desert towers in the iconic “Four Corners of the United States”, by bike. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes epic, and usually quite beautiful, Sufferfest 2 is a lot of fun to watchy because it was absolutely heinous to achieve. From sandstorms, and over 1200 kilometers of biking, to bike wrecks with horribly loose rock, this truly is an experience.
Director – Sebastien Montaz-Rosset
Following in the footsteps of the pioneers of Sky Running, Kilian Jornet and a small group of like-minded friends push the boundaries of possibility to new limits in a series of mountain adventures. From a tale of friendship on the glaciers of Mont Blanc to the hostile conditions and raw energy of Mount Elbrus, experience the mountains from a unique and breathtaking perspective. Culminating in an attempt to break a record on the iconic Matterhorn.