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Into The Empty Quarter

“I knew instinctively that it was the very hardness of life in the desert which drew me back there – it was the same pull which takes men back to the polar ice, to high mountains, and to the sea.” – Wilfred Thesiger

On a journey inspired by a hero, Wilfred Thesiger, Leon McCarron and Alastair Humphreys walked around 1000 miles into the Empty Quarter desert. The film of the adventure is now available.

Here is the trailer. If you enjoy it, you can read endorsements from people who’ve watched the whole film and then purchase the full film below.

Into The Empty Quarter is available worldwide now, on DVD and as an HD Download.

Watch The Film Now

Learn more about our expedition into the Empty Quarter desert:

 
Into The Empty Quarter is available as a DVD, an HD Download, or a DVD and Download bundle. Running Length: 52 minutes.

  • HD Download

    Introductory Offer – £5.99 [RRP £10]

  • DVD and HD Download bundle

    BEST DEAL Introductory Offer – £9.99 [RRP £20]

  • Get the DVD plus a FREE HD digital download. Region free — plays in all territories.
    PLEASE NOTE: you will receive the download code shortly, but not immediately.


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  • DVD

    Introductory Offer – £9.99 [RRP £14]

  • Get the DVD to keep and share with friends and family. Region free — plays in all territories.


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    Comments

    1. Beautiful job guys!

      Cant wait to see it, any screenings in Cambridge planned? If not I may be able to organize one.

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      • Alastair Posted

        Hi, we don’t have any screenings planned for Cambridge but it would be great to have one there. What are you thinking?
        Al

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