Filmography

Ed Douglas

7 films

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  • Documentary / Historical

    The misfit and the Matterhorn

    Mick Conefrey (2001)

    Edward Whymper's relentless siege of the Matterhorn in 1865 ended in controversy when four of his companions plunged to their deaths an hour after leaving the summit... The documentary is the second episode of 'Mountain men', a British documentary series looking at the achievements of pioneering mountaineers. The series, accompanied by unique archival materials, detailed maps, and photographs, invites us to follow in the footsteps of these fearless explorers, and tells us their stories with all the romance and audacity, bravado and suffering, courage and miscalculation intact.

    UK / 50 min

    The misfit and the Matterhorn

    Mick Conefrey

    • 2001
    • UK
    • 50 min
    Edward Whymper's relentless siege of the Matterhorn in 1865 ended in controversy when four of his companions plunged to their deaths an hour after leaving the summit... The documentary is the second episode of 'Mountain men', a British documentary series looking at the achievements of pioneering mountaineers. The series, accompanied by unique archival materials, detailed maps, and photographs, invites us to follow in the footsteps of these fearless explorers, and tells us their stories with all the romance and audacity, bravado and suffering, courage and miscalculation intact.

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    Statement of Youth

    Nick Brown (2019)

    The 1980's saw climbing standards rise exponentially. At the start of the decade, 7b+ was cutting edge, but by the end of the '80s 9a was the new world standard. By the end of the decade, the sport had changed beyond recognition and a paradigm was set for future generations. A small group of climbers would do anything to climb full-time: sleeping in sheds underneath crags, shoplifting for food and clothes, and living off the dole. These climbers were living outside the rest of society and went on to become the most influential figures in the history of British climbing.

    UK / 59 min

    Statement of Youth

    Nick Brown

    • 2019
    • UK
    • 59 min
    The 1980's saw climbing standards rise exponentially. At the start of the decade, 7b+ was cutting edge, but by the end of the '80s 9a was the new world standard. By the end of the decade, the sport had changed beyond recognition and a paradigm was set for future generations. A small group of climbers would do anything to climb full-time: sleeping in sheds underneath crags, shoplifting for food and clothes, and living off the dole. These climbers were living outside the rest of society and went on to become the most influential figures in the history of British climbing.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Sherpa Vod

    Sherpa

    Jennifer Peedom (2015)

    Sherpa is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest. It was directed by Jennifer Peedom in 2015 and produced by Arrow Media. It features Phurba Tashi Sherpa, Russell Brice and Ed Douglas.

    Australia / 86 min

    Sherpa

    Jennifer Peedom

    • 2015
    • Australia
    • 86 min
    Sherpa is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest. It was directed by Jennifer Peedom in 2015 and produced by Arrow Media. It features Phurba Tashi Sherpa, Russell Brice and Ed Douglas.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Committed - Volume I

    Paul Diffley (2007)

    Committed - Volume I is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Dumbarton Rock and Burbage South Edge. It was directed by Paul Diffley in 2007 and produced by Hot Aches. It features Dave MacLeod, James Pearson, Johnny Dawes, Katherine Schirrmacher, Sonnie Trotter, Adam Long and others.

    UK / 83 min

    Committed - Volume I

    Paul Diffley, Dave Brown

    • 2007
    • UK
    • 83 min
    Committed - Volume I is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Dumbarton Rock and Burbage South Edge. It was directed by Paul Diffley in 2007 and produced by Hot Aches. It features Dave MacLeod, James Pearson, Johnny Dawes, Katherine Schirrmacher, Sonnie Trotter, Adam Long and others.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Gogarth

    Alun Hughes (1988)

    Gogarth is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Gogarth North Stack. It was directed by Alun Hughes in 1988 and produced by Hughes Film. It features Johnny Dawes, Paul Pritchard, Crispin Waddy and Bob Drury.

    UK / 25 min

    Gogarth

    Alun Hughes

    • 1988
    • UK
    • 25 min
    Gogarth is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Gogarth North Stack. It was directed by Alun Hughes in 1988 and produced by Hughes Film. It features Johnny Dawes, Paul Pritchard, Crispin Waddy and Bob Drury.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Buoux 8c

    Alun Hughes (1989)

    Buoux 8c is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Buoux. It was directed by Alun Hughes in 1989 and produced by Hughes Film. It features Jerry Moffatt, Ben Moon and Johnny Dawes.

    UK / 25 min

    Buoux 8c

    Alun Hughes

    • 1989
    • UK
    • 25 min
    Buoux 8c is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Buoux. It was directed by Alun Hughes in 1989 and produced by Hughes Film. It features Jerry Moffatt, Ben Moon and Johnny Dawes.

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