Filmography

Jaromír 'Jarýk' Stejskal

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    Vábenie výšok Vod

    Vábenie výšok

    Pavol Barabáš (2017)

    In the late 20th century, Slovak Himalaya mountaineering experienced world successes, but also failures. Through the eyes of one generation of climbers, Vábenie výšok shows the evolution of Slovak Himalaya mountaineering from the very first expeditions to the brave attempts on the highest mountain in the world. The documentary presented in two 53 minutes episodes and this shortened version in a single episode. The first episode focuses on the figure of Ivan Gálfy. The second is about the generation of Slovak climbers who climbed the south wall of Lhotse in 1984 and Everest in 1988.

    Slovakia / 62 min

    Vábenie výšok

    Pavol Barabáš

    • 2017
    • Slovakia
    • 62 min
    In the late 20th century, Slovak Himalaya mountaineering experienced world successes, but also failures. Through the eyes of one generation of climbers, Vábenie výšok shows the evolution of Slovak Himalaya mountaineering from the very first expeditions to the brave attempts on the highest mountain in the world. The documentary presented in two 53 minutes episodes and this shortened version in a single episode. The first episode focuses on the figure of Ivan Gálfy. The second is about the generation of Slovak climbers who climbed the south wall of Lhotse in 1984 and Everest in 1988.

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Krutý Everest Vod

    Krutý Everest

    Pavol Barabáš (2017)

    Second episode of the two episode series Vábenie výšok, about the evolution evolution of Slovak Himalaya mountaineering from the very first expeditions to the brave attempts on the highest mountain in the world. The second episode is about the generation of Slovak climbers who climbed the south wall of Lhotse in 1984 and Everest in 1988. Cruel Everest documents their frustrated dream of climbing the mountain's most challenging face. There is a shorten version of the series in a 62 minutes single episode.

    Slovakia / 53 min

    Krutý Everest

    Pavol Barabáš

    • 2017
    • Slovakia
    • 53 min
    Second episode of the two episode series Vábenie výšok, about the evolution evolution of Slovak Himalaya mountaineering from the very first expeditions to the brave attempts on the highest mountain in the world. The second episode is about the generation of Slovak climbers who climbed the south wall of Lhotse in 1984 and Everest in 1988. Cruel Everest documents their frustrated dream of climbing the mountain's most challenging face. There is a shorten version of the series in a 62 minutes single episode.

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Ivan Gálfy Vod

    Ivan Gálfy

    Pavol Barabáš (2017)

    First episode of the two episode series Vábenie výšok, about the evolution of Slovak Himalaya mountaineering from the very first expeditions to the brave attempts on the highest mountain in the world. The first episode focuses on the figure of Ivan Gálfy. Gálfy left remarkable traces behind, wherever he went: atop world-class peaks, and in the hearts and minds of many people. Between 1969 and 1987 he led nine Himalayan expeditions. As a founding member of the Slovak Mountain Rescue Service, Gálfy brought the organisation up to European standards. There is a shorten version of the series in a 62 minutes single episode.

    Slovakia / 53 min

    Ivan Gálfy

    Pavol Barabáš

    • 2017
    • Slovakia
    • 53 min
    First episode of the two episode series Vábenie výšok, about the evolution of Slovak Himalaya mountaineering from the very first expeditions to the brave attempts on the highest mountain in the world. The first episode focuses on the figure of Ivan Gálfy. Gálfy left remarkable traces behind, wherever he went: atop world-class peaks, and in the hearts and minds of many people. Between 1969 and 1987 he led nine Himalayan expeditions. As a founding member of the Slovak Mountain Rescue Service, Gálfy brought the organisation up to European standards. There is a shorten version of the series in a 62 minutes single episode.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Střípky ze života horolezce

    Libor Dušek (2018)

    A tribute to Miroslav Šmíd, a Czech rock climber, solo climber, mountaineer, mountain cinematographer and photographer. Mira, as he was known, was also an active organizer of climbing and cultural events. In 1981 he founded The International Festival of Mountaineering Films (Czech: Mezinárodní horolezecký filmový festival) in Teplice nad Metují. He also wrote several books. Šmíd died tragically in 1993 during a solo ascent at Lost Arrow Spire in Yosemite. Apparently he fell just below the top while he was climbing unroped. All his equipment was found on the last ledge below the top.

    Slovenia / 28 min

    Střípky ze života horolezce

    Libor Dušek

    • 2018
    • Slovenia
    • 28 min
    A tribute to Miroslav Šmíd, a Czech rock climber, solo climber, mountaineer, mountain cinematographer and photographer. Mira, as he was known, was also an active organizer of climbing and cultural events. In 1981 he founded The International Festival of Mountaineering Films (Czech: Mezinárodní horolezecký filmový festival) in Teplice nad Metují. He also wrote several books. Šmíd died tragically in 1993 during a solo ascent at Lost Arrow Spire in Yosemite. Apparently he fell just below the top while he was climbing unroped. All his equipment was found on the last ledge below the top.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    80 metrov pod vrcholom Vod

    80 metrov pod vrcholom

    Pavol Barabáš (1997)

    Kanchenjunga. A magic mountain, 8.586 meters high. But it is not only this height which guards the mountain but also the weather, as well as the steep walls, protecting it against bold fellows with huge avalanches and ice barriers. This film will take you on the adventurous trek of the Slovak expedition to the third highest mountain in the world. Perhaps this film will open a way for you the mountains, you will admire the work of nature and of people in that nature and perhaps you will understand why they love mountains so much.

    Slovakia / 52 min

    80 metrov pod vrcholom

    Pavol Barabáš

    • 1997
    • Slovakia
    • 52 min
    Kanchenjunga. A magic mountain, 8.586 meters high. But it is not only this height which guards the mountain but also the weather, as well as the steep walls, protecting it against bold fellows with huge avalanches and ice barriers. This film will take you on the adventurous trek of the Slovak expedition to the third highest mountain in the world. Perhaps this film will open a way for you the mountains, you will admire the work of nature and of people in that nature and perhaps you will understand why they love mountains so much.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Kangchenjunga

    Kangchenjunga

    Ján Piroh (1981)

    Kangchenjunga is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Kangchenjunga. It was directed by Ján Piroh in 1981 and produced by Slovenská Filmová Tvorba. It features Andrej Belica, Jozef Just, Ján Obuch, František Piacek, Ján Povraznik, Josef 'Juzek' Psotka and others.

    Czechoslovakia / 64 min

    Kangchenjunga

    Ján Piroh

    • 1981
    • Czechoslovakia
    • 64 min
    Kangchenjunga is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Kangchenjunga. It was directed by Ján Piroh in 1981 and produced by Slovenská Filmová Tvorba. It features Andrej Belica, Jozef Just, Ján Obuch, František Piacek, Ján Povraznik, Josef 'Juzek' Psotka and others.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Jagavá pút' Lhoce Šar

    Jagavá pút' Lhoce Šar

    Emil Fornay (1984)

    Jagavá pút' Lhoce Šar is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Lhotse Shar. It was directed by Emil Fornay in 1984 and produced by Slovenská Filmová Tvorba. It features Ivan Gálfy, Leoš Chládek, Marián Zaťko, Stanislav Marton, Zoltán Demján, Josef Rakoncaj and others.

    Czechoslovakia / 63 min

    Jagavá pút' Lhoce Šar

    Emil Fornay

    • 1984
    • Czechoslovakia
    • 63 min
    Jagavá pút' Lhoce Šar is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Lhotse Shar. It was directed by Emil Fornay in 1984 and produced by Slovenská Filmová Tvorba. It features Ivan Gálfy, Leoš Chládek, Marián Zaťko, Stanislav Marton, Zoltán Demján, Josef Rakoncaj and others.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Everest 87

    Everest 87

    Juraj Weincziller (1987)

    Everest 87 is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest. It was directed by Juraj Weincziller in 1987. It features Ivan Gálfy, Dusan Becík, Peter Božík, Josef Rakoncaj and Jaromír 'Jarýk' Stejskal.

    Czechoslovakia / 48 min

    Everest 87

    Juraj Weincziller

    • 1987
    • Czechoslovakia
    • 48 min
    Everest 87 is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest. It was directed by Juraj Weincziller in 1987. It features Ivan Gálfy, Dusan Becík, Peter Božík, Josef Rakoncaj and Jaromír 'Jarýk' Stejskal.

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Co Oju, Sisa Pangma

    Zdenek Gawlik (2003)

    Fourth episode of the historical series on the Czech Himalayan expeditions 'Ceske himalajske dobrodruzstvi'. The episode focuses on two mountains: Cho Oyu and Shisha Pangma. Cho Oyu was first climbed in winter in 1985 by the Czech mountaineer Jaromír Stejskal and Slovakian Dušan Becíkand in an international expedidion led by Canadian Roger Marshall. About Shisha Pangma, it wasn't climbed by a Czech mountaineer until 1990, when Josef Rakoncaj stood on top of it. Next Czech ascent was five years later by Oldřich Rypl, Stanislav Šilhan, Petr Skřivánek and Josef Šimůnek.

    Czech Republic / 56 min

    Co Oju, Sisa Pangma

    Zdenek Gawlik

    • 2003
    • Czech Republic
    • 56 min
    Fourth episode of the historical series on the Czech Himalayan expeditions 'Ceske himalajske dobrodruzstvi'. The episode focuses on two mountains: Cho Oyu and Shisha Pangma. Cho Oyu was first climbed in winter in 1985 by the Czech mountaineer Jaromír Stejskal and Slovakian Dušan Becíkand in an international expedidion led by Canadian Roger Marshall. About Shisha Pangma, it wasn't climbed by a Czech mountaineer until 1990, when Josef Rakoncaj stood on top of it. Next Czech ascent was five years later by Oldřich Rypl, Stanislav Šilhan, Petr Skřivánek and Josef Šimůnek.

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Dhaulagiri, Nanga Parbat

    Zdenek Gawlik (2003)

    Third episode of the historical series on the Czech Himalayan expeditions 'Ceske himalajske dobrodruzstvi'. The episode focuses on two legendary mountains: Dhaulagiri and Nanga Parbat. In 1984 Three members of a Czechoslovakian expedition (Jan Simon, Karel Jakes, Jaromir Stejskal) climb the west face to the summit, a 4,000 meters high wall, one of the highest in the world. Simon died during the descent. In 1992, Josef Rakoncaj and Josef Nežerka made the first Czech ascent to Nanga Parbat.

    Czech Republic / 56 min

    Dhaulagiri, Nanga Parbat

    Zdenek Gawlik

    • 2003
    • Czech Republic
    • 56 min
    Third episode of the historical series on the Czech Himalayan expeditions 'Ceske himalajske dobrodruzstvi'. The episode focuses on two legendary mountains: Dhaulagiri and Nanga Parbat. In 1984 Three members of a Czechoslovakian expedition (Jan Simon, Karel Jakes, Jaromir Stejskal) climb the west face to the summit, a 4,000 meters high wall, one of the highest in the world. Simon died during the descent. In 1992, Josef Rakoncaj and Josef Nežerka made the first Czech ascent to Nanga Parbat.

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