The Top 10 In Action Sports
01No Waves? No Problem. This Guy Can Turn Any Beach Into A Surfing Nirvana. He Just Needs £50,000...
02This Documentary About Illegal Longboard Racing in Hawaii is Strangely Compelling...
03She Was Attacked By A Stranger Outside Her House, Now Steph Gilmore Has Conquered Her Fears But Will She Claim Her Sixth World Title?
04This Company Will Turn You Into Snow After You Die... And Then Let You Fall On The Mountains
05Rémy Métailler Shows The Best Way To Close Out The MTB Season... This Edit Is Insane!
06Facebook Isn't Just For Stalking And Selfies: Now It Could Save Your Life...
07This Ultra-HD Indoor Surfing Edit Is So Stunning You Can Almost Smell The Chlorine
088 Unbelievable Beach Bars You Need To Visit Before You Die
09North Face Shoppers In Shock As Shop Floor Disappears Beneath Them
10Skiing Naked And Whacking Poles: G.N.A.R Is The Mountain Game You’ve Got To Play This Winter…
They live life on the edge: climbing dizzying heights, plummeting off cliffs
and down mountains, cycling endless miles. What’s the one thing they have
in common? A mutual obsession to turn the impossible into reality...
Beachcombing and surfing on the Arctic coast. A solitary mountain-bike
road trip in search of unconquered summits. And climbing the hardest
off-width crack in the world. A sneak preview of the EOFT’s 2013/14 film
More movies will be announced soon: Stay tuned!
After its successful debut in Britain last autumn, the European Outdoor Film
Tour (E.O.F.T.) is back with even more UK dates. The two hour, high octane
programme featuring the most exciting adventure films of the year kicks off
with its UK premiere in Edinburgh at the Portobello Town Hall on Friday 15th
November. Returning to Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow and London, this year
there will also be stops in Leeds and Liverpool as well as an extra afternoon
matinee at the Royal Geographical Society in London.
8pm Friday 15 November - Portobello Town Hall, Edinburgh
7pm Saturday 16 November - The Mitchell Theatre, Glasgow
8pm Monday 18 November - St. George´s, Bristol
7.30pm Tuesday 19 November - The Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds
8pm Wednesday 20 November - Dancehouse, Manchester
8pm Thursday 21 November - The Epstein Theatre, Liverpool
2pm Saturday 23 November Royal Geographical Society, London
6pm Saturday 23 November Royal Geographical Society, London
Tickets are £12 each - http://www.eoft.eu/tickets/