Filmography

George Ullrich

3 films

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Call it what you want DVD

    Call it what you want

    Dave Gill (2008)

    This film follows Kendal climber George Ullrich as he challenges himself over a year, at home in the U.K. and further afield. Viewers see him climb Lake District test pieces, skip the bolts on the "Bachar-Yerian", nail Californian first ascents and solo above the ocean in Mallorca. As problematic situations arise, the film asks other notable climbers how they deal with the issues and ideas that drive the sport. "Call It What You Want" asks the question: "What is truly important in rock climbing?"

    UK / 44 min

    Call it what you want

    Dave Gill, Neil Gill

    • 2008
    • UK
    • 44 min
    This film follows Kendal climber George Ullrich as he challenges himself over a year, at home in the U.K. and further afield. Viewers see him climb Lake District test pieces, skip the bolts on the "Bachar-Yerian", nail Californian first ascents and solo above the ocean in Mallorca. As problematic situations arise, the film asks other notable climbers how they deal with the issues and ideas that drive the sport. "Call It What You Want" asks the question: "What is truly important in rock climbing?"

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Los fabulosos dos

    Pete Rhodes (2010)

    In 2010 Mason Earle, Pete Rhodes and George Ullrich attempt to open a new route on the east face of Cerro Catedral in Patagonia. The project, called Los Fabulosos Dos (1000m, 7c+) is a variation of the route Escoba de Dios (opened in 1992 by Peter Gallagher, Charlie Fowler, Max Kendall and John Catto). Los Fabulosos Dos was first free climbed three years later, in 2013 by Stephane Hanssens, Merlin Didier and Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll.

    UK / 36 min

    Los fabulosos dos

    Pete Rhodes

    • 2010
    • UK
    • 36 min
    In 2010 Mason Earle, Pete Rhodes and George Ullrich attempt to open a new route on the east face of Cerro Catedral in Patagonia. The project, called Los Fabulosos Dos (1000m, 7c+) is a variation of the route Escoba de Dios (opened in 1992 by Peter Gallagher, Charlie Fowler, Max Kendall and John Catto). Los Fabulosos Dos was first free climbed three years later, in 2013 by Stephane Hanssens, Merlin Didier and Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    The Whistler, the Wizard and the Raccoon

    Merlin Didier (2013)

    A 1000m vertical wall of excellent granite. We carried all the gear and food for one month in the mountains and we spent one entire week on the wall living in our portaledge to try to reach the summit. This series tells the whole adventure! After our expedition in Torres del Paine (Chile) in February 2013, Sean, Merlin Dider and myself, we made a serie with 7 episodes about our climb on Cerro Catedral. It was the first free ascent of the east face of the mountain.

    Belgium / 31 min

    The Whistler, the Wizard and the Raccoon

    Merlin Didier, Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll

    • 2013
    • Belgium
    • 31 min
    A 1000m vertical wall of excellent granite. We carried all the gear and food for one month in the mountains and we spent one entire week on the wall living in our portaledge to try to reach the summit. This series tells the whole adventure! After our expedition in Torres del Paine (Chile) in February 2013, Sean, Merlin Dider and myself, we made a serie with 7 episodes about our climb on Cerro Catedral. It was the first free ascent of the east face of the mountain.

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    Watch Free

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