A Mountain Bike film about inclusion, identity and hand-drawn heroes.
Alberto Pugno, a fisherman in the Italian Alps, is the last known practitioner of an ancient style of flyfishing remarkable for its pure simplicity.
Join Kimi Werner on her journey in Lessons from Jeju, where she learns about motherhood, culture, diving and providing from South Korea’s mothers of sea, the haenyeo. “The world doesn’t seem to embrace how badass motherhood is,” says Kimi.
Best job in the world?
We protect what we love.
Justice for the most polluted neighborhood in Los Angeles.
Former Navy SEAL Josh Jespersen battles the destruction of wild places he served to protect.
Through failure and success, Alex Megos strives to be the best climber in the world.
The road to extinction is paved with good intentions
Why recycled? is a short video that looks at the current global challenges facing the recycling system and why Patagonia is switching to 100% renewable and recycled materials. Through interviews with material designers and industrial ecologists, this film urges us to question our own consumption habits and look at the impact the clothing industry has on people and the planet.
Downieville, CA’s journey from dying mining town to mountain-bike mecca.
In a nation known for its massive resource extraction, salmon farming is now bigger than all of Chile’s industries except copper mining.
Keep King Island Fish Farm Free.
A Search for the World's Largest Wave.
Uniting a community through advocacy, inclusivity and damn good pizza.
The Fight for Europe’s Last Wild Rivers
Natural. Misunderstood. Legal.
Why We Run
Sometimes the simplest way to explore is to look around you.
An ancient story written in rings
Never Town explores Australia’s remote southern coastlines—and what surfers are willing to do to keep them wild.
High in the San Juan Mountains above Silverton, Colorado, a pack of runners roam.
In 1968, five friends set off on a road trip that became legend.
What If Running Could Save A Rainforest?
This 3-Year-Old Rips.
The 35+ year resistance by a group of fisherman, farmers and activists to prevent the construction of a nuclear power plant that would threaten Japan’s Inland Sea.
Searching for adventure right out their backdoor, a group of skiers and snowboarders set off on a bicycle powered backcountry ski adventure along the Eastern Sierra. (It's as fun as it sounds)
Jump in the van with Marie-France Roy and Alex Yoder as they weave their way through Scotland, exploring how personal accountability allows for universal land access and visiting old farm shelters that support mountain folks as they rove freely across the country.
Five Lives Transformed by the Sea
For Canadian skiers Leah Evans and Jasmin Caton, winter is life at hyperspeed.
The fight to protect the Arctic Refuge
The Unlinked Heritage of Snowboarding
How is your clothing made?
Revolutions start from the bottom
Industrial hemp is a crop that has the potential to lower the environmental impacts of textile production, empower small-scale farmers and create jobs in a wide variety of industries. Two non-profit groups, Fibershed and Growing Warriors, are working to reintroduce industrial hemp into Kentucky—and eventually U.S. agriculture.
Snake River Salmon have been trucked, put on barges, diverted up fish ladders—all in the hope that enough would get by four dams to reach their historic habitat in numbers that would assure their future. It’s not working.
Born and raised at Punta de Lobos, Ramón Navarro found his passion riding the biggest waves on the planet.
A Mikey Schaefer Story
Ultrarunners Krissy Moehl, Jeff Browning and Luke Nelson run 106 miles through the newly opened Patagonia Park in Chile, to celebrate and highlight Conservacion Patagonica’s efforts to re-wild and protect this vast landscape.
Long considered impossible, coveted by many and attempted by a few, the Fitz Traverse has fueled the imaginations of climbers in Patagonia for decades.
An arriving swell. Falling snow. Two forces, or one and the same?
A film about how our future is bound to the life and health of wild rivers.