The always dope AndShesDopeToo and outdoors powerhouse Backcountry.com have teamed up to present the highly-anticipated film, Moksha. It follows three Nepali women who have dedicated themselves to spreading the joy that mountain biking can bring to women across the Himalayas. Throughout the course of the film, they compete in races across the Asian continent, claim titles as the first female …

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Have you seen any good outdoors films lately? Here’s a little something: “Paddling in Spite of the Ordinary” explores spirituality and life balance through water sports. The documentary reveals a woman breaking paddling boundaries yet grounding herself in the commonplace and everyday. “Paddling in Spite of the Ordinary” delves into the shifting paradigms in the …

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Morning commutes have a reputation for being frustrating, long, dull—but not for filmmaker Jessie Markowitz. But, then again, her commute is not what one might call typical. She lives in Gustavus, Alaska, a town of 443 residents, two paved roads, and only accessible by boat or plane. Like many of the people who live here, …

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It’d been a while since we’d heard from our UK ambassador, Jessie Tuckman. Turns out, she was on a surf trip to Tenerife. If you handle jealousy well, check out this video chronicling her voyage by Adam Laister.

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Part 2 of 4 Kaiku is an audio-visual project which was started in 2012. The project combines words, images, and video with original compositions and natural sound recordings from the Baltic Sea area. This is the second article in a four-part series documenting the work behind the project. The series consists of the following installments: Hunting …

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You may remember that a certain Blair Lockhart was the very lucky winner of a SwellWomen surf trip. Well, ever since then we’ve been incredibly jealous. To make matters worse Border Free Travels just released a video on SwellWomen trips and all I can say is Blair is going to have one heck of a time. …

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According to Somerville Theatre’s Hermitlake organizer, Paul Fitzpatrick Nager, the film The Search for Freedom sets the tone for the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour 2016. This action-packed film, showing some of the brightest stars of our adrenaline-chasing age, overlaid with a beautiful narrative, results in a somewhat jarring juxtaposition that still manages to …

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Here is a message from filmmaker Miriam Alexa. Her next surf film is currently running a Kickstarter campaign. If you want to see more women-directed and women-starring surf films, consider donating to this project. You have eight days.   Beneath The Surface is short action drama about a young woman, Maya. She has a successful …

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This past week, Misadventures had the good fortune to catch one of the Reel Rock showings in Nashville, TN at the lovely Belcourt Theater. We don’t want to give away too much about the films, but know that there’s a swoon-worthy amount of Tommy Caldwell, his baby Fitz (named after the iconic Patagonia peak), Alex …

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Board of Media, a social movement & documentary celebrating equality for women in action sports, got in touch recently to tell us about the documentary that they’re working on. Here’s a little teaser. They just ended an indiegogo campaign, but get in touch if you think you can still help or donate!

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