Filmography

Fulvio Mariani

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Discesa al successo

    Fulvio Mariani (1996)

    Discesa al successo is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Shisha Pangma and Everest. It was directed by Fulvio Mariani in 1996 and produced by ORF. It features Hans Kammerlander.

    Switzerland / 20 min

    Discesa al successo

    Fulvio Mariani

    • 1996
    • Switzerland
    • 20 min
    Discesa al successo is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Shisha Pangma and Everest. It was directed by Fulvio Mariani in 1996 and produced by ORF. It features Hans Kammerlander.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    C'era una volta

    Fulvio Mariani (1991)

    C'era una volta is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Grotte De Bournillon. It was directed by Fulvio Mariani in 1991 and produced by Iceberg-Film. It features Claude Remy and Yves Remy.

    Switzerland / 16 min

    C'era una volta

    Fulvio Mariani

    • 1991
    • Switzerland
    • 16 min
    C'era una volta is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Grotte De Bournillon. It was directed by Fulvio Mariani in 1991 and produced by Iceberg-Film. It features Claude Remy and Yves Remy.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    200 metri al 21º secolo

    Fulvio Mariani (1990)

    In 1989 Rheinold Messner directed an international mountaineering expedition to the South Face of Lhotse, 8511 meters in the Himalayas of Nepal. Some of the best climbers of the moment took part in the expedition. In the same year, a few months later, it was the turn of Jerzy Kukuczka and his Polish companions. At 8300 meters of altitude, at the fateful 200 meters from the peak, for an unknown reason, Kukuczka falls and loses his life. 1989 is the black year of the snake.

    Switzerland / 49 min

    200 metri al 21º secolo

    Fulvio Mariani

    • 1990
    • Switzerland
    • 49 min
    In 1989 Rheinold Messner directed an international mountaineering expedition to the South Face of Lhotse, 8511 meters in the Himalayas of Nepal. Some of the best climbers of the moment took part in the expedition. In the same year, a few months later, it was the turn of Jerzy Kukuczka and his Polish companions. At 8300 meters of altitude, at the fateful 200 meters from the peak, for an unknown reason, Kukuczka falls and loses his life. 1989 is the black year of the snake.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    The Elbrus Brothers

    Fulvio Mariani (2006)

    Two brothers, two passions and two eras: Alexey and Nikolay Sushtrov a chemist and a physicist have always been passionate mountaineers. Well-known members of the Academy of Sciences in the Soviet era, with the advent of Perestroika, the two brothers abandoned the miserable salary of researchers to make a living bringing western tourists to the mountains of Pamir and the Caucasus. A mountain symbolically associates their destinies: the Elbrus, the Caucasus volcano, which with its 5642 meters height is the roof of continental Europe.

    Switzerland / 53 min

    The Elbrus Brothers

    Fulvio Mariani, Mario Casella

    • 2006
    • Switzerland
    • 53 min
    Two brothers, two passions and two eras: Alexey and Nikolay Sushtrov a chemist and a physicist have always been passionate mountaineers. Well-known members of the Academy of Sciences in the Soviet era, with the advent of Perestroika, the two brothers abandoned the miserable salary of researchers to make a living bringing western tourists to the mountains of Pamir and the Caucasus. A mountain symbolically associates their destinies: the Elbrus, the Caucasus volcano, which with its 5642 meters height is the roof of continental Europe.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Cumbre

    Fulvio Mariani (1985)

    The first ascent on the Cerro Torre in solitary and one day. November 26th, 1985. Late in the afternoon, Marco Pedrini attempted his descent. Assisted by a splendid full moon, he managed to reach the camp where his friends were waiting for his return, at 3 o’clock in the morning. Pedrini returned onto the peak on December 1st, with cameraman Fulvio Mariani. The weather was not good, so they both had to repeat their enterprise on December 1st in order to complete shooting on the higher part of the mountain. On December 23rd they climbed more than half way up and put the final touch to the first professional film shot on the Cerro Torre in the Patagonian Andes.

    Switzerland / 40 min

    Cumbre

    Fulvio Mariani

    • 1985
    • Switzerland
    • 40 min
    The first ascent on the Cerro Torre in solitary and one day. November 26th, 1985. Late in the afternoon, Marco Pedrini attempted his descent. Assisted by a splendid full moon, he managed to reach the camp where his friends were waiting for his return, at 3 o’clock in the morning. Pedrini returned onto the peak on December 1st, with cameraman Fulvio Mariani. The weather was not good, so they both had to repeat their enterprise on December 1st in order to complete shooting on the higher part of the mountain. On December 23rd they climbed more than half way up and put the final touch to the first professional film shot on the Cerro Torre in the Patagonian Andes.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    50 anni dopo

    Fulvio Mariani (1997)

    In 1937, together with his close friend and climbing partner Vitorio Ratti, Riccardo Cassin climbed the beautiful and enticing northeast face of the Piz Badile, an extraordinarily elegant line, crossing a massive 500-metre rock amphitheatre. Cassin, at the age of 78, climbed this route again in 1987 on its 50th anniversary. Not only that, he re-climbed it a week later for the press, a remarkable feat for a man of that age.

    Switzerland / 21 min

    50 anni dopo

    Fulvio Mariani

    • 1997
    • Switzerland
    • 21 min
    In 1937, together with his close friend and climbing partner Vitorio Ratti, Riccardo Cassin climbed the beautiful and enticing northeast face of the Piz Badile, an extraordinarily elegant line, crossing a massive 500-metre rock amphitheatre. Cassin, at the age of 78, climbed this route again in 1987 on its 50th anniversary. Not only that, he re-climbed it a week later for the press, a remarkable feat for a man of that age.

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