"An original and jaw-dropping hour-long original new documentary film starring Dr Greg Bailey and his brother Jude who together rowed the Atlantic unaccompanied over eight weeks, raising over £100 000 for Skin Cancer Awareness, produced and directed by award-winning director Adam Rowley.
From Gran Canaria to Barbados, across eight weeks, we chart a course through breathtaking scenery, heartwrenching emotions, excoriating loneliness and pain, and inspirational and superhuman physical challenges. This is extreme sport, exquisite travelogue and survival journal with the emotions set to eleven.
And what sets this film apart from other adventure films is that it contains within its story a second and crucial journey - a journey of the soul, in which, through interviews and research, our brothers explore and examine the biggest ecological and societal question of our time - how will our we and our planet survive unless we learn how to love and live with nature?" Read More
And as the afternoon fell into night, I walked up Shoreditch High Street, my little 50mm f1.4 twisting and straining to catch focus, so a kind of loneliness emerged in the character of the young people I captured. I felt how deeply alone they seemed, how distanced from each other and from the very process of trying to enjoy a Sunday evening amidst the bustle and colour and lights of what is so vaunted as London’s most vibrant of neighbourhoods Read More