1. A film about Dave Cornthwaite and his quest to swim 1000 miles down the Lower Missouri, while attempting to raise £1 million for breast cancer awareness.

    Winner - Best Short Film, Adventure Travel Film Festival, 2013
    Winner - Most Inspiring Adventure Short, XpeditionTV Short Film Awards, 2013

    Directed, Filmed and Produced by Miguel Endara.
    Music by Helios and The xx.
    In aid of breast cancer awareness through coppafeel.org.


    # vimeo.com/61766367 Uploaded 23.2K Plays / / 33 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  2. Some of my povs from 2012 so far. Thanks to all the rockstars that I've had the pleasure of jumping with!

    Filmed with the GoPro HD HERO2
    Music: Nero - Me & You

    # vimeo.com/44935380 Uploaded 39.4K Plays / / 9 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  3. From fine art and sculpture to wildlife and conservation, here is a snapshot of some of the projects i worked on in 2012, including work for the Botswana Predator Conservation Trust, The Pride Of The Zambezi and Durham University.

    I had an amazing year, with lots of exciting projects to get involved with, I hope this video captures some of those moments - hopefully a "Slice of 2013" will be equally as varied.

    Share and Enjoy!

    # vimeo.com/60597305 Uploaded 436 Plays / / 0 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  4. No it is not for charity, no we are not training for something, it is a comment on the beige: why sit at home watching TV on your sofa when there is so much out there to experience? When you get back to the office and someone asks what you did over the weekend would you rather discuss the football, the series you watched on a huge television whilst simultaneously tweeting and facebooking from tablet and phone, making sure you never miss a beat of modern life, or would you rather tell the story of how you joined a group of friends, hooked into some seatbelts, and towed your Sofa across southern England? I choose the latter.

    Music - Stornoway 'We Are The Battery Human'

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    # vimeo.com/61456537 Uploaded 2,132 Plays / / 5 Comments Watch in Couch Mode
  5. To lose a child ... was something that could end one's world. One could never get back to how it was before. The stars went out. The moon disappeared. The birds became silent. - Alexander McCall Smith

    Mark Twain said that there aren’t enough words in all the languages in the world to express the sorrow of losing a child. This is a short film I produced while grieving for my daughter, Willow, who was stillborn.

    This short actually forms the centrepiece of a feature length surf film I made, called Seaworthy. Since the film’s release, I have received many heartfelt words of sympathy & encouragement. There have been scores of letters & emails from surfers from all over the world that have been sensitive & authentic & moving. I have been especially touched by the messages from those who have travelled their own grief journeys. I am awed & humbled that my work somehow resonated with others’ broken hearts.

    A common theme echoed among the beautiful feedback I’ve received is that the story deserves a wider audience. Surf films, by definition, appeal to only a limited demographic, & the kind of surf films I make are left-of-centre even within surfing circles. So I decided to post this online, in the hope that it may reach a few others, especially those who may be living with loss & longing.

    All of us experience & express grief in varied ways, which is a good thing since we’re all different. Because I’m a surfer, this is how I gave expression to my experience of bereavement.

    Thanks for taking the time to watch.

    # vimeo.com/28056957 Uploaded 30K Plays / / 88 Comments Watch in Couch Mode

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