Filmography

Hans-Peter Stauber

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Das Ötztal - Tal der Vielfalt und Gegensätze

    Das Ötztal - Tal der Vielfalt und Gegensätze

    Hans-Peter Stauber (2017)

    In the first episode 'Bergwelten on Tour' visits the Ötztal in Tyrol, the longest transverse valley of the Eastern Alps. A valley full of cultural and scenic diversity. It ranges from icy glaciers to gentle meadows, from high alpine rugged landscapes to the mild climate in the valley, from action-packed events to quiet and secluded retreats. Five climatic and scenic zones extend over the almost 70 km of the valley and are reflected accordingly in the cultural breadth of the valley.

    Austria / 47 min

    Das Ötztal - Tal der Vielfalt und Gegensätze

    Hans-Peter Stauber

    • 2017
    • Austria
    • 47 min
    In the first episode 'Bergwelten on Tour' visits the Ötztal in Tyrol, the longest transverse valley of the Eastern Alps. A valley full of cultural and scenic diversity. It ranges from icy glaciers to gentle meadows, from high alpine rugged landscapes to the mild climate in the valley, from action-packed events to quiet and secluded retreats. Five climatic and scenic zones extend over the almost 70 km of the valley and are reflected accordingly in the cultural breadth of the valley.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    David Lama - Zurück zu den Wurzeln

    David Lama - Zurück zu den Wurzeln

    Martin Hanslmayr (2017)

    For a long time, the Austrian climber David Lama wished to turn to Nepal. The family visit of his ancestors was only one part of the travel. The second reason was – what else could it be? – a mountain. The first ascent of the 6907m high Lunag Ri. This combination of a completely untouched summit and a challenging climbing part is all but commonplace. The Lunag Ri is very difficult on all its sides. Already several expeditions have tried their luck there. Together with the legendary climber Conrad Anker, David sets off to the highest, still unclimbed mountain in Nepal.

    Austria / 48 min

    David Lama - Zurück zu den Wurzeln

    Martin Hanslmayr, Hans-Peter Stauber

    • 2017
    • Austria
    • 48 min
    For a long time, the Austrian climber David Lama wished to turn to Nepal. The family visit of his ancestors was only one part of the travel. The second reason was – what else could it be? – a mountain. The first ascent of the 6907m high Lunag Ri. This combination of a completely untouched summit and a challenging climbing part is all but commonplace. The Lunag Ri is very difficult on all its sides. Already several expeditions have tried their luck there. Together with the legendary climber Conrad Anker, David sets off to the highest, still unclimbed mountain in Nepal.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    David Lama - Das Unmögliche möglich machen Vod

    David Lama - Das Unmögliche möglich machen

    Hans-Peter Stauber (2014)

    The Tyrolean David Lama has climbed an 8a route already at the age of ten, and he has become several times Youth World Champion and European Youth Champion in bouldering and lead climbing. In 2010, at the age of 20 years, David decided to leave the indoor climbing and competition world behind him. Since then, he is focusing on Alpinism, the most difficult routes and first ascents in the Alps, but as well in India and America. This documentary portrays David Lama from his first climbing attempts as a little boy to his big adventures in present time. We see famous locations, such as the climbing paradise on Lake Garda, the notorious Sagwand Face in the Zillertal Alps, and the 7.821m high Masherbrum in the Karakorum with its still untouched north east face.

    Austria / 49 min

    David Lama - Das Unmögliche möglich machen

    Hans-Peter Stauber

    • 2014
    • Austria
    • 49 min
    The Tyrolean David Lama has climbed an 8a route already at the age of ten, and he has become several times Youth World Champion and European Youth Champion in bouldering and lead climbing. In 2010, at the age of 20 years, David decided to leave the indoor climbing and competition world behind him. Since then, he is focusing on Alpinism, the most difficult routes and first ascents in the Alps, but as well in India and America. This documentary portrays David Lama from his first climbing attempts as a little boy to his big adventures in present time. We see famous locations, such as the climbing paradise on Lake Garda, the notorious Sagwand Face in the Zillertal Alps, and the 7.821m high Masherbrum in the Karakorum with its still untouched north east face.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Grenzgang in Fels und Eis

    Grenzgang in Fels und Eis

    Hans-Peter Stauber (2012)

    Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, the first woman without additional oxygen on all 14 eight-thousanders. The first part of this Bergweltes episode shows the beginnings of her career on the mountains of her homeland and the breathtaking experiences on her first eight-thousanders.

    Austria / 49 min

    Grenzgang in Fels und Eis

    Hans-Peter Stauber

    • 2012
    • Austria
    • 49 min
    Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, the first woman without additional oxygen on all 14 eight-thousanders. The first part of this Bergweltes episode shows the beginnings of her career on the mountains of her homeland and the breathtaking experiences on her first eight-thousanders.

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Ein Gebirgsidyll

    Ein Gebirgsidyll

    Hans-Peter Stauber (2011)

    The central theme of this 'Hemingway documentary' is a massive ski tour that Hemingway, Dos Passos and their ski instructor Walter Lent undertook from Schruns to Galtür in Tyrol: 'We had a long march through the valley and finally up to the Madlenerhaus (1986 metres above sea level)'. Ernest Hemingway, who was called 'black, cherry-drinking Christ' by the locals, describes his experiences in Vorarlberg in his work 'Ein glücklicher Winter' and the ski tour from Schruns to Galtür in 'Gebirgsidyll'.

    Austria / 47 min

    Ein Gebirgsidyll

    Hans-Peter Stauber

    • 2011
    • Austria
    • 47 min
    The central theme of this 'Hemingway documentary' is a massive ski tour that Hemingway, Dos Passos and their ski instructor Walter Lent undertook from Schruns to Galtür in Tyrol: 'We had a long march through the valley and finally up to the Madlenerhaus (1986 metres above sea level)'. Ernest Hemingway, who was called 'black, cherry-drinking Christ' by the locals, describes his experiences in Vorarlberg in his work 'Ein glücklicher Winter' and the ski tour from Schruns to Galtür in 'Gebirgsidyll'.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Der letzte Weg

    Der letzte Weg

    Hans-Peter Stauber (2012)

    The ascent of the Hidden Peak via a new route, the first winter ascent of the mountain and the first winter crossing of an eight-thousander in the history of high-altitude mountaineering was Gerfried Göschl's great dream. For years he worked towards this adventure. He has been to Hidden Peak (Gasherbrum I) twice to prepare the routes, studied books and maps and thought through every possible problem. Together with the Swiss Cederic Hählen and Nisar Hussein from Pakistan, he chose the best and most experienced mountain comrades for this project and, together with Darek Zaluski from Poland, engaged a winter experienced alpinist and cameraman.

    Austria / 58 min

    Der letzte Weg

    Hans-Peter Stauber

    • 2012
    • Austria
    • 58 min
    The ascent of the Hidden Peak via a new route, the first winter ascent of the mountain and the first winter crossing of an eight-thousander in the history of high-altitude mountaineering was Gerfried Göschl's great dream. For years he worked towards this adventure. He has been to Hidden Peak (Gasherbrum I) twice to prepare the routes, studied books and maps and thought through every possible problem. Together with the Swiss Cederic Hählen and Nisar Hussein from Pakistan, he chose the best and most experienced mountain comrades for this project and, together with Darek Zaluski from Poland, engaged a winter experienced alpinist and cameraman.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Angekommen

    Angekommen

    Hans-Peter Stauber (2012)

    Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, the first woman without additional oxygen on all 14 eight-thousanders. The second part of this Bergweltes episode shows the great alpinist at two special highlights of her career: Mount Everest and the finale of her 14 eight-thousanders: at the summit of K2.

    Austria / 49 min

    Angekommen

    Hans-Peter Stauber

    • 2012
    • Austria
    • 49 min
    Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, the first woman without additional oxygen on all 14 eight-thousanders. The second part of this Bergweltes episode shows the great alpinist at two special highlights of her career: Mount Everest and the finale of her 14 eight-thousanders: at the summit of K2.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Lunag Ri

    Hans-Peter Stauber (2017)

    Already in 2016, David Lama and Conrad Anker had set out to climb Lunag Ri, a stunningly beautiful, unclimbed peak of 6.907meters on the borderline between Nepal and Tibet. As things didn’t go as planned the duo has to retreat just shy of the summit but returns one year later, determined to bring the project to an end. Despite prime conditions and all the knowledge gathered during their last attempt, their endeavor is stopped rapidly with Anker ’s life dangling between life and death, leaving Lama with some tough decisions to make.

    Austria / 35 min

    Lunag Ri

    Hans-Peter Stauber, Martin Hanslmayr, Michael Ginthoer

    • 2017
    • Austria
    • 35 min
    Already in 2016, David Lama and Conrad Anker had set out to climb Lunag Ri, a stunningly beautiful, unclimbed peak of 6.907meters on the borderline between Nepal and Tibet. As things didn’t go as planned the duo has to retreat just shy of the summit but returns one year later, determined to bring the project to an end. Despite prime conditions and all the knowledge gathered during their last attempt, their endeavor is stopped rapidly with Anker ’s life dangling between life and death, leaving Lama with some tough decisions to make.

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    Availability

    Watch Free Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Portrait

    Grenzgänger in fels und eis

    Grenzgänger in fels und eis

    Hans-Peter Stauber (1999)

    Grenzgänger in fels und eis is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Voralpsee and K2. It was directed by Hans-Peter Stauber in 1999 and produced by ORF. It is a part of the series Land der Berge. It features Hans Kammerlander and Beat Kammerlander.

    Austria / 52 min

    Grenzgänger in fels und eis

    Grenzgänger in fels und eis

    Hans-Peter Stauber

    • 1999
    • Austria
    • 52 min
    Grenzgänger in fels und eis is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Voralpsee and K2. It was directed by Hans-Peter Stauber in 1999 and produced by ORF. It is a part of the series Land der Berge. It features Hans Kammerlander and Beat Kammerlander.

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