Celebrating a wonderful year of adventure films, SteepEdge announce the Adventure Films of the Year 2015.This is entirely customer nominated as it is based on the highest grossing films over the last 12 months.
The diversity of film shows the strength in adventure filmmaking. At number one, ‘Life on Hold’ features a wealth of British Climbing Talent. High on the list is ‘And Then We Swam’, Ben Finneys film of the James Adairs and Ben Stenning’s unsupported Indian Ocean crossing and ‘Dragons Back Race’ the documentary following the 200 mile long race down the spine of Wales mountains.
The Top 10 Adventure Films of the Year 2015 is:
1 Life on Hold
2 And Then We Swam
3 Project Mina
4 Redemption: The James Pearson Story
5 Exposure Vol II
6 The Last Great Climb
7 Stone Free
8 Masterclass Part 1: Technique and Training
9 Dragon’s Back Race
10 Africa Fusion
David Hanney, CEO of SteepEdge, said: “This year the standard and diversity of adventure films has only increased, with accessibility to great cameras and with athletes constantly pushing their limits it has been inspiring to put together a program of films tell stories of the love of adventure and wild places.”