Losing Sight of Shore documents the incredible journey of four women who set out to accomplish what has never been done before—rowing across the Pacific Ocean by themselves. Their epic journey is a powerful testament to the human spirit.
Sarah Moshman is an EMMY® Award-winning documentary filmmaker and TEDx speaker whose work has been featured on Upworthy, Marie Claire, CNN and Good Morning America. After directing two short documentaries about female empowerment in young women, Girls Rock! Chicago (2010) and Growing Up Strong: Girls on the Run (2012), she set out to direct her first feature documentary, The Empowerment Project: Ordinary Women Doing Extraordinary Things (2014), which has been screened over 700 times around the US and around the world in schools, groups, organizations and corporations, starting conversations about gender equality.
Losing Sight of Shore follows the extraordinary journey of four brave women known as the Coxless Crew that set out to row unsupported across the Pacific Ocean, from America to Australia. As they row over 8,000 miles during their nine months at sea, they face extreme mental and physical challenges they must overcome in order to make history. This is a story of perseverance, friendship and the power of the human spirit. Everyone has a Pacific to cross.
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