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    Driven To Despair

    Out of failure, was borne...more failure! But also a lot of fun.

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    Uploaded Dec 22, 2014

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    Driven To Despair

    Directed by Ian Burton 2012 50 min

    Driven to Despair Trailer

    Uploaded Dec 22, 2014

    Discounted price for our last two films. get the full feature of both epic journeys. Both epic, but in very different ways!

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    Driven To Despair

    He thought he was going to make a big walling film in Yosemite, but after an epic failure with visas for the US, Ian Burton, Andy Cornfield and Ben Talbot travel to Namibia to have the biggest adventure they can on a small budget with only a few days preparation.

    Reviews from Kendal Mountain Festival:

    'Ian Burton’s Driven to Despair probably impressed me the most … How can a climbing film about a trip where no climbing got done be any good? Who knows, but he managed it!' - Dan Lane, photographer

    'A great film, one of the highlights for me.' - Harry Tonge, Twitter

    'I really enjoyed the film it was great to see three friends having an amazing time and most of all an incredible adventure! The graphics and audio really add to the quality of the film.' -

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