Filmography

Ben Pritchard

21 films

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Kilimanjaro - Going for broke

    Kilimanjaro - Going for broke

    Richard Heap (2006)

    Kilimanjaro - Going for broke is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Mount Kilimanjaro. It was directed by Richard Heap in 2006 and produced by Slackjaw Film. It features Paul Pritchard, Jamie Andrew, David Lim and Pete Steane.

    UK / 55 min

    Kilimanjaro - Going for broke

    Kilimanjaro - Going for broke

    Richard Heap, Ben Pritchard

    • 2006
    • UK
    • 55 min
    Kilimanjaro - Going for broke is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Mount Kilimanjaro. It was directed by Richard Heap in 2006 and produced by Slackjaw Film. It features Paul Pritchard, Jamie Andrew, David Lim and Pete Steane.

    Climbing locations

  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    The big climb

    The big climb

    Des Henderson (2013)

    The big climb is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in El Capitan. It was directed by Des Henderson in 2013 and produced by Alleycats Films. It is a part of the series My life. It features Andy Kirkpatrick, Ella Kirkpatrick, Karen Darke, Paul Tattersall, Aldo Kane, Ben Pritchard and others.

    UK / 28 min

    The big climb

    Des Henderson

    • 2013
    • UK
    • 28 min
    The big climb is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in El Capitan. It was directed by Des Henderson in 2013 and produced by Alleycats Films. It is a part of the series My life. It features Andy Kirkpatrick, Ella Kirkpatrick, Karen Darke, Paul Tattersall, Aldo Kane, Ben Pritchard and others.

    Climbing locations

  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    One winter DVD

    One winter

    Ben Pritchard (2004)

    Airlie Anderson is one of Britain's top female climbers. This film follows her over a winter climbing season to see what makes her tick and how her relationship with climbing has changed over the years.

    UK / 51 min

    One winter

    Ben Pritchard, Richard Heap

    • 2004
    • UK
    • 51 min
    Airlie Anderson is one of Britain's top female climbers. This film follows her over a winter climbing season to see what makes her tick and how her relationship with climbing has changed over the years.

    Climbing locations

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    DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Stone love

    Ben Pritchard (2001)

    "Stone Love" is the story of five of Britain's strongest climbers on a week-long trip to the granite bouldering mecca of Cresciano in Switzerland, a beautiful alpine hillside full of classic lines and big grades.

    UK / 50 min

    Stone love

    Ben Pritchard, Richard Heap

    • 2001
    • UK
    • 50 min
    "Stone Love" is the story of five of Britain's strongest climbers on a week-long trip to the granite bouldering mecca of Cresciano in Switzerland, a beautiful alpine hillside full of classic lines and big grades.

    Climbing locations

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    Watch Free DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Stick it DVD

    Stick it

    Ben Pritchard (2001)

    50 minutes of bouldering action collected over 8 months with all the big cheeses pulling down all the big numbers and more...All put together to a very funky selection of tracks.

    UK / 52 min

    Stick it

    Ben Pritchard

    • 2001
    • UK
    • 52 min
    50 minutes of bouldering action collected over 8 months with all the big cheeses pulling down all the big numbers and more...All put together to a very funky selection of tracks.

    Climbing locations

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    DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Depthcharge DVD

    Depthcharge

    Mike Weeks (2005)

    This unique documentary follows an international team of climbers including Steve McClure, Chris Sharma and Leo Houlding as they search the Kornati region of Croatia for virgin deepwater solos. Broken boats, rough seas and forty-metre cliffs plague them as they capture on-sight first ascents ranging from 5b to 8b+, and the world's hardest deepwater solo.

    UK / 60 min

    Depthcharge

    Mike Weeks

    • 2005
    • UK
    • 60 min
    This unique documentary follows an international team of climbers including Steve McClure, Chris Sharma and Leo Houlding as they search the Kornati region of Croatia for virgin deepwater solos. Broken boats, rough seas and forty-metre cliffs plague them as they capture on-sight first ascents ranging from 5b to 8b+, and the world's hardest deepwater solo.

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    DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Salathé - Blood, sweat and bagels DVD

    Salathé - Blood, sweat and bagels

    Richard Heap (2002)

    Neil Bentley and Richard Heap had a dream to tackle one of the world's most spectacular and difficult free-climbs ­ the 3000-foot "Salathé Wall" on El Capitan in Yosemite Valley. This film follows their adventure as they try to come to grips with the unremitting nature of the granite terrain, with five days of living in a vertical world and, more importantly, with the conflict that arises when dreams meet reality.

    UK / 52 min

    Salathé - Blood, sweat and bagels

    Richard Heap

    • 2002
    • UK
    • 52 min
    Neil Bentley and Richard Heap had a dream to tackle one of the world's most spectacular and difficult free-climbs ­ the 3000-foot "Salathé Wall" on El Capitan in Yosemite Valley. This film follows their adventure as they try to come to grips with the unremitting nature of the granite terrain, with five days of living in a vertical world and, more importantly, with the conflict that arises when dreams meet reality.

    Climbing locations

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    DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Live Broadcast

    The great climb DVD

    The great climb

    Ian Russell (2010)

    Tim Emmett and Dave MacLeod attempted a new route on Sron Uladail in Harris in august 2010. They did it live on TV on BBC Scotland - the result? Over five hours of nail-biting television, a new E9 7b and a race against time to finish before the broadcast's scheduled end - the DVD set includes the Director's cut with a load of previously unseen and unheard material. The Great Climb was the BBC's first live climbing outside broadcast since 1967 featured ascents of 'the Old Man of Hoy' where three pairs of climbers: Bonington and Patey repeated their original route, whilst two new lines were climbed, by Joe Brown and Ian McNaught-Davis, and by Pete Crew and Dougal Haston the original was watched by around 15 million people.

    UK / 325 min

    The great climb

    Ian Russell

    • 2010
    • UK
    • 325 min
    Tim Emmett and Dave MacLeod attempted a new route on Sron Uladail in Harris in august 2010. They did it live on TV on BBC Scotland - the result? Over five hours of nail-biting television, a new E9 7b and a race against time to finish before the broadcast's scheduled end - the DVD set includes the Director's cut with a load of previously unseen and unheard material. The Great Climb was the BBC's first live climbing outside broadcast since 1967 featured ascents of 'the Old Man of Hoy' where three pairs of climbers: Bonington and Patey repeated their original route, whilst two new lines were climbed, by Joe Brown and Ian McNaught-Davis, and by Pete Crew and Dougal Haston the original was watched by around 15 million people.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY

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