Filmography

Arnaud Petit

19 FILMS

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    Petzl Roctrip 2014 - On the road

    Rémi Steinberg (2014)

    Petzl Roctrip 2014 - On the road is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Baile Herculane and Vratsa. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2014 and produced by Petzl. It is a part of the series Petzl Roctrip. It features Nina Caprez, Arnaud Petit, Stéphanie Bodet, Chris Sharma, Cédric Lachat, Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll and others.

    France / 66 min

    Petzl Roctrip 2014 - On the road

    Rémi Steinberg, Mylène Routin, Guillaume Broust

    • 2014
    • France
    • 66 min
    Petzl Roctrip 2014 - On the road is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Baile Herculane and Vratsa. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2014 and produced by Petzl. It is a part of the series Petzl Roctrip. It features Nina Caprez, Arnaud Petit, Stéphanie Bodet, Chris Sharma, Cédric Lachat, Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll and others.

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    There was no Robin des Blocs

    Guillaume Broust (2004)

    There was no Robin des Blocs is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Stanage and Raven Tor. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2004 and produced by Petzl. It features Alizée Dufraisse, Romain Pagnoux, Saïd Belhaj, Nicolas Nastorg, Jérôme Meyer, François Lombard and others.

    France / 12 min

    There was no Robin des Blocs

    Guillaume Broust, Laurent Lafouche

    • 2004
    • France
    • 12 min
    There was no Robin des Blocs is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Stanage and Raven Tor. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2004 and produced by Petzl. It features Alizée Dufraisse, Romain Pagnoux, Saïd Belhaj, Nicolas Nastorg, Jérôme Meyer, François Lombard and others.

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    Lotus Flower

    Benoît Robert (2003)

    Lotus Flower is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Lotus Flower Tower. It was directed by Benoît Robert in 2003 and produced by Petzl. It features Beth Rodden, Tommy Caldwell, Arnaud Petit and Stéphanie Bodet.

    France / 17 min

    Lotus Flower

    Benoît Robert, Guillaume Broust

    • 2003
    • France
    • 17 min
    Lotus Flower is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Lotus Flower Tower. It was directed by Benoît Robert in 2003 and produced by Petzl. It features Beth Rodden, Tommy Caldwell, Arnaud Petit and Stéphanie Bodet.

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    Shifting Dreams

    Chris Prescott (2016)

    In 2015, Caroline Ciavaldini set herself the ambitious project of free climbing the Voie Petit, a 450m granite route graded 8b on the Grand Capucin on Mont Blanc du Tacul, Chamonix. Established by Arnaud Petit in 1997, and first free-climbed by Alex Huber in 2005, the route is protected by a mixture of trad gear, bolts and pegs. A film by Chris Prescott produced by Dark Sky Media.

    UK / 33 min

    Shifting Dreams

    Chris Prescott

    • 2016
    • UK
    • 33 min
    In 2015, Caroline Ciavaldini set herself the ambitious project of free climbing the Voie Petit, a 450m granite route graded 8b on the Grand Capucin on Mont Blanc du Tacul, Chamonix. Established by Arnaud Petit in 1997, and first free-climbed by Alex Huber in 2005, the route is protected by a mixture of trad gear, bolts and pegs. A film by Chris Prescott produced by Dark Sky Media.

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    Climbing World Cup in Arco, Italy

    Claudius Spieth (2011)

    In the first episode of Climbing Chronicles, we head to Arco, Italy for the eleventh IFSC Climbing World Championships in bouldering. We also meet up with 5X World Cup winner, Kilian Fischhuber. Lastly, we catch up with climbing legends Francois Legrand and Lynn Hill.

    Austria, Germany / 13 min

    Climbing World Cup in Arco, Italy

    Claudius Spieth

    • 2011
    • Austria, Germany
    • 13 min
    In the first episode of Climbing Chronicles, we head to Arco, Italy for the eleventh IFSC Climbing World Championships in bouldering. We also meet up with 5X World Cup winner, Kilian Fischhuber. Lastly, we catch up with climbing legends Francois Legrand and Lynn Hill.

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    Walou Bass

    Walou Bass

    Bertrand Delapierre (2011)

    Taghia, a village of Berber mountain people lost in the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Two lovers of the place, Aymeric Clouet and Arnaud Petit, take with them the prodigy of French climbing, Enzo Oddo. At the age of 15, Enzo succeeded in 'Biography', Ceüse's mythical 9a+. Guided by Arnaud and Aymeric, Enzo will discover an ancestral way of life, that of the shepherds and farmers of a small mountain village and the techniques of opening from below on a very difficult 250 m wall. A brand new project for him: learning to engage in the unknown, accepting not to know what awaits him...

    France / 20 min

    Walou Bass

    Bertrand Delapierre

    • 2011
    • France
    • 20 min
    Taghia, a village of Berber mountain people lost in the High Atlas Mountains in Morocco. Two lovers of the place, Aymeric Clouet and Arnaud Petit, take with them the prodigy of French climbing, Enzo Oddo. At the age of 15, Enzo succeeded in 'Biography', Ceüse's mythical 9a+. Guided by Arnaud and Aymeric, Enzo will discover an ancestral way of life, that of the shepherds and farmers of a small mountain village and the techniques of opening from below on a very difficult 250 m wall. A brand new project for him: learning to engage in the unknown, accepting not to know what awaits him...

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    Break on Through Vod

    Break on Through

    Matty Hong (2017)

    In high-end modern rock climbing, 5.15 is the top of the difficulty scale, a grade achieved by only a few men and never by a woman. Margo Hayes, a little known 19-year-old from Boulder, Colorado, is determined to change that. To be closer to the world’s hardest routes, she has moved to Europe, where she trains and climbs with the goal of succeeding on two of the most iconic 5.15s in France and Spain. But pushing her body and mind to the absolute limit, she risks injury and failure in her quest to be the first.

    USA / 26 min

    Break on Through

    Matty Hong, Peter Mortimer, Nick Rosen

    • 2017
    • USA
    • 26 min
    In high-end modern rock climbing, 5.15 is the top of the difficulty scale, a grade achieved by only a few men and never by a woman. Margo Hayes, a little known 19-year-old from Boulder, Colorado, is determined to change that. To be closer to the world’s hardest routes, she has moved to Europe, where she trains and climbs with the goal of succeeding on two of the most iconic 5.15s in France and Spain. But pushing her body and mind to the absolute limit, she risks injury and failure in her quest to be the first.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Les falaises hors du temps

    Daniel Léon (2006)

    Les falaises hors du temps is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Fatima's Hand. It was directed by Daniel Léon in 2005 and produced by ECPAD. It is a part of the series Challenge 7 continents, 7 alpinismes. It features GMHM.

    France / 28 min

    Les falaises hors du temps

    Daniel Léon

    • 2006
    • France
    • 28 min
    Les falaises hors du temps is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Fatima's Hand. It was directed by Daniel Léon in 2005 and produced by ECPAD. It is a part of the series Challenge 7 continents, 7 alpinismes. It features GMHM.

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    7 continents, 7 alpinismes

    Bertrand Delapierre (2010)

    7 continents, 7 alpinismes is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Fatima's Hand and Mount Augusta. It was directed by Bertrand Delapierre in 2011 and produced by ECPAD. It features Didier Jourdain and GMHM.

    France / 44 min

    7 continents, 7 alpinismes

    Bertrand Delapierre

    • 2010
    • France
    • 44 min
    7 continents, 7 alpinismes is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Fatima's Hand and Mount Augusta. It was directed by Bertrand Delapierre in 2011 and produced by ECPAD. It features Didier Jourdain and GMHM.

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    Roc'n Wall 97

    Roc'n Wall 97

    Maurice Rebeix (1997)

    Roc'n Wall 97 is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Orgon and Les Traverses. It was directed by Maurice Rebeix in 1997 and produced by Concerto Vertical. It is a part of the series Roc'n Wall. It features Patrick Edlinger, Frédéric Devoluet, François Legrand, François Lombard, Fred Nicole, François Nicole and others.

    France / 59 min

    Roc'n Wall 97

    Maurice Rebeix

    • 1997
    • France
    • 59 min
    Roc'n Wall 97 is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Orgon and Les Traverses. It was directed by Maurice Rebeix in 1997 and produced by Concerto Vertical. It is a part of the series Roc'n Wall. It features Patrick Edlinger, Frédéric Devoluet, François Legrand, François Lombard, Fred Nicole, François Nicole and others.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Autour de Babel

    Fred Ripert (2008)

    Autour de Babel is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Gorge Du Taghia. It was directed by Fred Ripert in 2008 and produced by Videalise. It features Arnaud Petit, Stéphanie Bodet, Nicolas Kalisz and Fred 'Titi' Gentet.

    France / 50 min

    Autour de Babel

    Fred Ripert

    • 2008
    • France
    • 50 min
    Autour de Babel is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Gorge Du Taghia. It was directed by Fred Ripert in 2008 and produced by Videalise. It features Arnaud Petit, Stéphanie Bodet, Nicolas Kalisz and Fred 'Titi' Gentet.

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    Grand libre au Grand Cap

    Grand libre au Grand Cap

    Bertrand Delapierre (2010)

    In Grand Libre au Grand Cap by filmmaker Bertrand Delapierre, Arnaud Petit and Stephanie Bodet attempt what might be the toughest route in the Alps, a majestic 3,900-metre pinnacle that juts out from the Mont Blanc Massif - the Grand Capucin. Close camera work against breathtaking backdrops with lively discussions along the route give intimate access to a refreshing and effective climbing partnership.

    France / 18 min

    Grand libre au Grand Cap

    Bertrand Delapierre

    • 2010
    • France
    • 18 min
    In Grand Libre au Grand Cap by filmmaker Bertrand Delapierre, Arnaud Petit and Stephanie Bodet attempt what might be the toughest route in the Alps, a majestic 3,900-metre pinnacle that juts out from the Mont Blanc Massif - the Grand Capucin. Close camera work against breathtaking backdrops with lively discussions along the route give intimate access to a refreshing and effective climbing partnership.

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