Adjacent Meridian Point,
15 Official Selections / 8 Countries / 5 Awards
The story of Alan Corcoran’s unprecedented 500-kilometre sea swim from Antrim to Waterford for charity has all the hallmarks of a fascinating documentary. With the stunning backdrop of Northern Ireland and Ireland’s wild coastline, the story tells the succession of challenges faced during such a monumental undertaking. Raising €30,000 for cancer and stroke charities in memory of his dad, it’s a film that explores a person’s journey through grief, using the swimming project to channel negative emotions into a meaningful, hopeful, inspiring adventure.
‘Alan’s length of Ireland sea swim epitomises the spirit of outdoor swimming. Unsinkable is an inspiring tale of family, adventure, triumph and hope.’ – Outdoor Swimmer Magazine
‘Unsinkable is a sincere and emotional story of resilience and determination…extremely positive and kind viewing experience…very enjoyable to watch unfold.’ 4/5 Stars – Film Carnage (Critic Review)
‘Unsinkable is a tale of glory and achievement borne from loss and pain.’ – Swimming World Magazine