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One man’s recreation of an epic 1930s survival experience deep in the Australian outback, part of the 2019 Banff Mountain Film Festival
Powerful expedition film, screened at the 2018 Adventure Uncovered Film Festival, combines the search for a sustainable planet with the bond between a father and son
Ever since 1984, when the first TED conference took place, this non-profit organisation has been devoted to spreading ideas through engaging presentations. We’ve rounded up eight of the most informative, hopeful and inspirational TED talks suitable for fans of geography
Space race biopic tries to uncover the real Neil Armstrong, the ordinary man at the centre of a geopolitical battle of superpowers
This hard-hitting marine conservation film – part of the Ocean Film Festival World Tour – pulls no punches in highlighting the plight of the world’s oceans
Here are the newest non-fiction offerings to satisfy that craving for facts
Blockbuster dinosaur sequel asks probing questions about humans’ ethical responsibilities towards ‘nature’, but does it deliver any answers?
Are kangaroos a great icon for Australia? Or a natural resource? Or, perhaps, even a pest? A new documentary explores this complicated relationship, and exposes some shocking secrets

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