Filmography

Dom Bush

6 films

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Odyssey Vod

    Odyssey

    Dom Bush (2012)

    ‘Odyssey’ is a road movie that celebrates the best of British trad climbing. From the bold Northumberland sandstone to the raging sea cliffs of Gogarth, four World-class climbers (James Pearson, Hazel Findlay, Hansjorg Auer and Caroline Ciavaldini) embark on a road-trip to attempt some of the most fierce and inspiring routes in the UK. Cinematic filmmaking, cutting edge traditional climbing and a 7.5 ton converted truck – the Odyssey begins!

    UK / 66 min

    Odyssey

    Dom Bush

    • 2012
    • UK
    • 66 min
    ‘Odyssey’ is a road movie that celebrates the best of British trad climbing. From the bold Northumberland sandstone to the raging sea cliffs of Gogarth, four World-class climbers (James Pearson, Hazel Findlay, Hansjorg Auer and Caroline Ciavaldini) embark on a road-trip to attempt some of the most fierce and inspiring routes in the UK. Cinematic filmmaking, cutting edge traditional climbing and a 7.5 ton converted truck – the Odyssey begins!

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Islands

    Dom Bush (2011)

    A three-part film which gives an insight into the world of hard traditional ascents in the birthplace of rock climbing, the English Lake District. It features fantastic footage of first ascents and hard repeats of routes from E6 (5.12c) to E9 (5.13c) by Wild Country and Red Chili climbers Adam Hocking and James McHaffie, as well Lakes stalwarts Mike Przygrodzki and Stuart Wood. It also features interviews and commentaries from Lakes legend and Wild Country climber Dave Birkett and the indefatigable Leo Houlding.

    UK / 37 min

    Islands

    Dom Bush

    • 2011
    • UK
    • 37 min
    A three-part film which gives an insight into the world of hard traditional ascents in the birthplace of rock climbing, the English Lake District. It features fantastic footage of first ascents and hard repeats of routes from E6 (5.12c) to E9 (5.13c) by Wild Country and Red Chili climbers Adam Hocking and James McHaffie, as well Lakes stalwarts Mike Przygrodzki and Stuart Wood. It also features interviews and commentaries from Lakes legend and Wild Country climber Dave Birkett and the indefatigable Leo Houlding.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Skye Wall

    Dom Bush (2015)

    Previously thwarted by the weather, Charlie Woodburn’s perseverance in trying to repeat Dave Birkett’s Skye Wall (E8 6b), finally paid off on his fourth visit to the Isle of Skye. The impressive vertical to just-off vertical sweep of gabbro was described by Dave 'as the most awesome wall of rock in the UK' and until now his 2007 route had remained unrepeated. A film by Dom Bush.

    UK / 12 min

    Skye Wall

    Dom Bush

    • 2015
    • UK
    • 12 min
    Previously thwarted by the weather, Charlie Woodburn’s perseverance in trying to repeat Dave Birkett’s Skye Wall (E8 6b), finally paid off on his fourth visit to the Isle of Skye. The impressive vertical to just-off vertical sweep of gabbro was described by Dave 'as the most awesome wall of rock in the UK' and until now his 2007 route had remained unrepeated. A film by Dom Bush.

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    Watch Free Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Portrait

    Ramon Marin

    Dom Bush (2016)

    Long term Alpkiteer Ramon Marin has climbed some of the hardest mixed and ice routes in the world. Balancing a full time job he has an unwavering passion and determination for maximising his time outside of this to embrace climbing in all forms, simply for the love of it. 'From winter to summer, in a blink of an eye. No time to be idle, as it always appears. I don't know what it is really, perhaps knowing that there's so much to do, to explore, to wonder. That propels me forward. Always hungry for more.'

    UK / 7 min

    Ramon Marin

    Dom Bush

    • 2016
    • UK
    • 7 min
    Long term Alpkiteer Ramon Marin has climbed some of the hardest mixed and ice routes in the world. Balancing a full time job he has an unwavering passion and determination for maximising his time outside of this to embrace climbing in all forms, simply for the love of it. 'From winter to summer, in a blink of an eye. No time to be idle, as it always appears. I don't know what it is really, perhaps knowing that there's so much to do, to explore, to wonder. That propels me forward. Always hungry for more.'

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Eden

    Dom Bush (2015)

    In the early 1970’s the border city of Carlisle became an unlikely epicentre for hard traditional climbing and a scene developed that rivaled any in the UK. The atmosphere was competitive, a new E-grading system was born and new milestones were set. Eden is set around a little known crag close to Carlisle called Armathwaite, it was a meeting place and training venue for the Penrith and Carlisle teams who were looking to make their mark on the British crags.

    UK / 22 min

    Eden

    Dom Bush

    • 2015
    • UK
    • 22 min
    In the early 1970’s the border city of Carlisle became an unlikely epicentre for hard traditional climbing and a scene developed that rivaled any in the UK. The atmosphere was competitive, a new E-grading system was born and new milestones were set. Eden is set around a little known crag close to Carlisle called Armathwaite, it was a meeting place and training venue for the Penrith and Carlisle teams who were looking to make their mark on the British crags.

    Climbing locations

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    Watch Free Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Portrait

    In the frame

    Dom Bush (2013)

    In the frame is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Shepherds Crag. It was directed by Dom Bush in 2013 and produced by Land and Sky Media. It features Joe Beaumont.

    UK / 56 min

    In the frame

    Dom Bush

    • 2013
    • UK
    • 56 min
    In the frame is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Shepherds Crag. It was directed by Dom Bush in 2013 and produced by Land and Sky Media. It features Joe Beaumont.

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    Watch Free

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