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Adventure Film 101

These are the films you must watch
 

Following on from my list of essential travel and adventure books, here is an essential starting point for anyone interested in learning about the world of adventure, expeditions and films.

In the politest voice I can muster, I order you to watch all of these films.

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  1. I thought On The Trail Of Ghengis Khan looked interesting but the link seems to be the same as for the film above it.
    I thought you would want to know.
    Great list by the way!

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  2. Bill Latham Posted

    You should add this video to the list. Just watched it this morning (found on Adventure Journal)

    https://vimeo.com/169730250

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  3. Simon Beckford Posted

    Awesome list!!!

    And…the link for Move goes to Meru. The Move link is https://youtu.be/xCpowcXopKE

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  4. Sharon O Sullivan Posted

    Brilliant list will keep me entertained for awhile. Would like to recommend The Art of Flight also great documentary & music soundtrack.

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  5. Wow, so many new films to watch! Thank you Alastair, keep up the great work.

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  6. “Alone in the wild” by Ed Wardle. Amazing and honest adventure! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhx2K-26d4s

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