Long human-powered journeys and human ambition verses the forces of nature is explored in new documentary The Sea Decides. Grant Rawlinson rowed and cycled 12,000 kms from Singapore to New Zealand. In its entirety this journey has never been attempted, and the first leg, rowing from Singapore down to Darwin in it itself has never been done before. After shaking off the sea legs at Darwin, Grant biked across the continent before attempting to become only the third solo adventurer in history to row across the Tasman which is described here as "a nasty bit of water". The Sea Decides is made by Alistair Harding, who went along with Grant for the ride. It's playing at the Doc Edge film festival. The full Doc Edge programme is here.