14 Days South: Over Sea and Land — is a short 30-minute documentary about five eco-adventurers bikepacking across the UK, with a twist… They will also be using waterbikes to perform two sea crossings: Orkney Islands to John o’ Groats, and Land’s End to the Isles of Scilly! On their journey of learning and discovery, they will be passing through six of the UK’s National Parks, meeting with numerous experts in the environmental and sustainability space. This helps the viewer understand how humans are interfering with these landscapes, and what scalable solutions there are for regenerating and restoring them.
SkyRise Productions specialises in filming outdoor pursuits, endurance & adventure sports and expeditions and has a history of film making with many world-class adventurers (including some well-known cyclists) in a wide range of wild environments globally making them the perfect fit for our story. To find out more visit their website (be warned – video clips are addictive).
Owner of SkyRise Productions and Director of our film "14 Days South: Over Sea and Land".
Founder of Pedal 4 Parks, campaign lead, “14 Days South: Over Sea and Land” film producer and endurance athlete.
Team chief technical officer, “14 Days South: Over Sea and Land” film producer and endurance athlete.
Accompanying our film will be a bespoke soundtrack created to draw the audience in and create a journey to immerse the senses in the physical and emotional journey of the challenge. It will feature folk music and native wildlife from across the UK.
Composer of the soundtrack to our film “14 Days South: Over Sea and Land”.
13th January 2022
20th February 2022
The Highland Cinema
5th March 2022
24th March 2022
April – October 2022
On the 28th of October 2021, we hosted the premiere of our documentary! The screening was followed by the presentation of our £5000 donation to the UK National Parks Foundation, and a Q&A with the expedition team, led by Alicia Thomas, host of our podcast Mind the Green Space. An auction for two beautiful paintings made by support crew member Fiona Reynolds and plenty of celebratory drinks at the bar afterwards rounded off a superb evening!
Hosted by Google & Pedal 4 Parks
We presented our documentary in the UN Climate Change Pavilion, followed by a short panel discussion with Naomi Conway, Development Director at National Parks UK.
Thursday 18th Nov – 7pm, with live Q&A
Friday 19th Nov – 9:30am
Saturday 20th Nov – 9:00am, with live Q&A
Sunday 21st Nov – 2:30pm
From the 24th to the 26th of November Paus.TV hosted a 48-hour online premiere of our documentary, complemented by a live Q&A with the expedition team.