“Artist and amateur sailor, Nick Jaffe, has been living in Berlin and has decided to take the long way home to Australia. Some call it brave, others think it’s crazy, but Nick decides to sail solo from the UK to Australia, negotiating the treacherous waters of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.

The camera onboard his boat is often Nick’s only companion on a trip that ends up taking over two years. It captures his reflective musings, his joyful excitement and his isolated struggles in this unique, poetic adventure documentary. Both the freedom and the fragility of cutting oneself from “life issues” has never seemed more powerfully in play as Nick turns his camera out to the ocean with an endless empty horizon in each and every direction.” -Dungog Film festival.


Screened at

  • Achtung Berlin (Germany)
  • Dungog Film Festival (Australia)
  • Dubbo Film Festival (Australia)
  • Jacht Film Warsaw (Poland)
  • SV: Segelkino Lessingbad Kiel (Germany)
  • Fantaspoa Film Festival 2013 (Brazil)
  • Pre-selected Down Under Film Festival Berlin



Realeyz / Arthouse Nouveau review of Between Home.

Dylan Winter  – keep turning left

Johannes Erdmann – Yacht


Bluray/Festival edition: Running time 94 min / HD / 5.1
Direct Download: Stereo 192kbps AAC, 1280×720 HD, H.264 ~2.5GB