Tag: film

Change The Chant

For too long the cheerleader has been regarded as a ditzy, sexualised, female figure of fun. Glorious takes a peek at the history of cheerleading and declares it’s time for positive change

By Emily Spiller

Growing Strong

A Glorious film features women of all ages and backgrounds at London’s Fighting Arts Academy. Here’s why Mixed Martial Arts is for everyone

By Alex King

Ultimate Cowgirl

A love of horsemanship and telling stories has morphed into a captivating career for videographer Emmie Sperandeo, who now travels the world to film life on a ranch

By Glorious

Positive Ageing

If you view cheerleaders as young, enthusiastic women, then think again! We meet the inspirational Sun City Poms, a retiree cheerleading troupe from Arizona who subvert the perceptions of ageing

By Annabel Herrick

Outdoors: Krystle Wright

Discover a thrilling exploration of the outdoors with photographer and filmmaker Krystle Wright, a true adventurer of both the mind and spirit of the soul

By Glorious

Ocean: The Deep

Freediver Alenka Artnik took a deep breath and disappeared into the sea depths. She reemerged a record breaker. We meet Alenka to discuss her extraordinary talent

By Martina Žoldoš

Pitching In

“I needed a sport like rugby, where I could be physical and confrontational and big and that would be cool.” We talk to the athlete and entrepreneur about why contact makes sense to her and why she will always fight back

By Glorious

Cheerleaders: Changing The Chant

For too long the cheerleader has been regarded as a ditzy, sexualised, female figure of fun. Glorious takes a peek at the history of cheerleading and declares it’s time for positive change

By Emily Spiller

Slope Sound

It's hard to imagine hurtling down a ski slope without eyesight, but that's exactly what Austrian skier Carina Edlinger does. In her own words, Carina details how she has found ways to overcome her disabilities to help her win and – more importantly – find happiness in life

By Carina Edlinger

Positive Ageing

If you view cheerleaders as young, enthusiastic women, then think again! We meet the inspirational Sun City Poms, a retiree cheerleading troupe from Arizona who subvert the perceptions of ageing

By Annabel Herrick