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Benedict Allen

Lost in Papua New Guinea


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Doors: 18:30
Movie showing: 19:00
Q&A: 20:00

Very few people can claim to have sparked a media manhunt to Papua New Guinea – while educating thousands and inspiring a whole new generation of survivalists. When explorer Benedict Allen went missing in 2017 he hit the headlines across the world.

This is the premiere of the film Missing in Papua New Guinea which tells the whole unvarnished truth of Benedict’s solo expedition to Papua New Guinea, when he revisited a community he had befriended thirty years earlier, but failed to meet his flight home.

The film will be followed by a talk and Q&A with Benedict.

Benedict Allen is best known for his hair-raising expeditions conducted without a GPS, phone or any of the usual backup – but instead with the help of indigenous people. He is the only person in history to have traversed the 4500km Amazon Basin – during which he was shot at by Pablo Escobar, and later robbed and left to die by illegal loggers.