Between 2011 and 2015 adventurer, Sarah Outen, crossed the globe from London to London travelling by bike, kayak and rowing boat. Home tells the story of this incredible journey in intimate and unflinching detail. Sarah is brought to the mental and physical brink by violent storms, months of solitude and the punishing elements but Home also tells the story of kind strangers, the wonders of the wild and an unexpected discovery of love.
As she migrated between cultures, climates and landscapes under her own power, Sarah’s inspirational voyage was followed by thousands, hooked on her infectious humour and passion for life. Woven from hundreds of hours of footage, Home captures Sarah’s journey, telling a story of heart and soul, of real struggle and joy, and one woman’s trek towards true emotional acceptance. You can read more about the challenges in getting Home onto the screen here.
Friday, March 13th 2020
Doors open at 7pm
Film starts at 7.30pm
Director: Jen Randall
Running time: 1 hour 40 minutes
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And people say…
“Her [Sarah Outen] film – co-directed with Jen Randall – shares with Cheryl Strayed’s memoir Wild a sense of the redemptive and healing power of travel. Outen also has the nerve to probe her motives: what is she running from and why is she always restlessly planning journeys? .” Cath Clarke The Guardian
“A wonderfully honest and vivid account of living through one of the most extraordinary journeys a human being can undertake.” Dame Ellen MacArthur
“Emotional, exciting, moving and obviously completely extreme…capturing the essence of the psychological as well as the physical challenge. A great film that makes the viewer feel as if we’re on the journey with you, while being bloody grateful we’re not!” Claire Balding