The Adventure Travel Film Festival is returning for its fifth year and this time in a new London venue.
Having sold out last year, the three-day event will now be moved to the bigger venue of Mill Hill School, NW7. There, alongside a big line-up of films, travel experts and enthusiasts will be hosting a range of talks and workshops on this year's theme, 'the lost art of hitchhiking'.
Legendary traveller and author Andrew Brugiroux who between 1955 and 2005 visited every country in the world is this year's headline speaker. Other speakers include Sahara expert Chris Scott, Wild Frontiers founder Jonny Bealby and Anna McNuff who cycled solo across the US on a pink bicycle called Boudicca.
The event will also play host to 'Ask the Experts' panels on themes such as hitchhiking and human-powered and vehicle expeditions, plus there will be workshops on crowdfunding, bushcraft and travel writing, the latter taught by regular TGO contributor, Phoebe Smith.
The main focus of the event however is its films, and the line-up of screenings looks to be a good one. You can get a glimpse of what's in-store in the gallery below.
To find out more about the event and to get tickets, head to adventuretravelfilmfestival.com.