Filmography

Jochen Schmoll

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Monte Sarmiento - Die weisse Diva

    Jochen Schmoll (2016)

    All the mountains have been climbed? Not at all! Monte Sarmiento at the southernmost end of South America is not even 2,300 metres high, and yet mountaineers have only reached the summit twice with over twenty attempts so far. In order to fulfill a mountaineering dream, the Hamburg geologist, photographer and Patagonian expert Ralf Gantzhorn travels to Monte Sarmiento for the seventh time. Three friends accompany him to this company, which begins a sailing trip in the port city of Ushuaia. Even the journey across the sea, with views of green forests, mighty glaciers and untouched mountains, captivates the mountaineers.

    Germany / 28 min

    Monte Sarmiento - Die weisse Diva

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2016
    • Germany
    • 28 min
    All the mountains have been climbed? Not at all! Monte Sarmiento at the southernmost end of South America is not even 2,300 metres high, and yet mountaineers have only reached the summit twice with over twenty attempts so far. In order to fulfill a mountaineering dream, the Hamburg geologist, photographer and Patagonian expert Ralf Gantzhorn travels to Monte Sarmiento for the seventh time. Three friends accompany him to this company, which begins a sailing trip in the port city of Ushuaia. Even the journey across the sea, with views of green forests, mighty glaciers and untouched mountains, captivates the mountaineers.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Into the light Vod

    Into the light

    Jochen Schmoll (2014)

    Majlis al Jinn, a huge subterranean chamber in Oman, is big enough to house the Great Pyramid of Giza. Climbers Chris Sharma and Stefan Glowacz attempt an ascent up the massive arch and back to the light of the surface. After rappelling down a 170-metre drop, Chris Sharma and his partner set out for their record-breaking ascent from the deepest point of the cave. Fighting gravity they follow the enormous arch suspended upside down much of the time. It is a ground-breaking climb back into the light. The route has never been attempted before and counts as the world’s longest roof climb with 13 pitches.

    Austria / 54 min

    Into the light

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2014
    • Austria
    • 54 min
    Majlis al Jinn, a huge subterranean chamber in Oman, is big enough to house the Great Pyramid of Giza. Climbers Chris Sharma and Stefan Glowacz attempt an ascent up the massive arch and back to the light of the surface. After rappelling down a 170-metre drop, Chris Sharma and his partner set out for their record-breaking ascent from the deepest point of the cave. Fighting gravity they follow the enormous arch suspended upside down much of the time. It is a ground-breaking climb back into the light. The route has never been attempted before and counts as the world’s longest roof climb with 13 pitches.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Erstbegehung am Mount Poi

    Jochen Schmoll (2004)

    Erstbegehung am Mount Poi is a documentary about bouldering that takes place in Mount Poi. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2004 and produced by Drehxtrem. It features Stefan Glowacz, Kurt Albert, Jürgen Knappe and Thilo Maschke.

    Germany / 28 min

    Erstbegehung am Mount Poi

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2004
    • Germany
    • 28 min
    Erstbegehung am Mount Poi is a documentary about bouldering that takes place in Mount Poi. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2004 and produced by Drehxtrem. It features Stefan Glowacz, Kurt Albert, Jürgen Knappe and Thilo Maschke.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Acopan - Aufbruch zum Goetterberg

    Acopan - Aufbruch zum Goetterberg

    Jochen Schmoll (2008)

    On the plateau of the Gran Sabana in southern Venezuela, the Acopan Tepui towers over the jungle in the sky. It is one of the table mountains that shaped erosion about 70 million years ago. The Acopan Tepui is the dream destination of a German-Venezuelan expedition. The team of extreme mountain climbers, which includes Stefan Glowacz, Kurt Albert, Holger Heuber and Ivan Calderon, tries in 2006 to climb the 700 meters of the northern wall of the Acopan, which rises vertically from the jungle for the first time.

    Germany / 45 min

    Acopan - Aufbruch zum Goetterberg

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2008
    • Germany
    • 45 min
    On the plateau of the Gran Sabana in southern Venezuela, the Acopan Tepui towers over the jungle in the sky. It is one of the table mountains that shaped erosion about 70 million years ago. The Acopan Tepui is the dream destination of a German-Venezuelan expedition. The team of extreme mountain climbers, which includes Stefan Glowacz, Kurt Albert, Holger Heuber and Ivan Calderon, tries in 2006 to climb the 700 meters of the northern wall of the Acopan, which rises vertically from the jungle for the first time.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Ausgesetzt

    Ausgesetzt

    Jochen Schmoll (2009)

    Exposed in the full sense of the word, to the coldness, the dangers and the vastness of the almost deserted Baffin Island, Stefan Glowacz, Robert Jasper, Holger Heuber, Klaus Fengler and Mariusz Hoffmann are struggling to reach the Querbitter Fjord with sleds and snow kites. There, a 1.000 meters high rock is reaching to the sky. It has never been climbed before. The team of five will attempt a first ascent that will demand advanced climbing skills and lots of endurance and power. A vertical adventure is waiting for them, full of risks and dangerous rocks.

    Germany / 45 min

    Ausgesetzt

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2009
    • Germany
    • 45 min
    Exposed in the full sense of the word, to the coldness, the dangers and the vastness of the almost deserted Baffin Island, Stefan Glowacz, Robert Jasper, Holger Heuber, Klaus Fengler and Mariusz Hoffmann are struggling to reach the Querbitter Fjord with sleds and snow kites. There, a 1.000 meters high rock is reaching to the sky. It has never been climbed before. The team of five will attempt a first ascent that will demand advanced climbing skills and lots of endurance and power. A vertical adventure is waiting for them, full of risks and dangerous rocks.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Annapurna III – Unclimbed

    Jochen Schmoll (2016)

    An award-winning 13-min documentary featuring the 2016 expedition to the Himalayas of Nepal led by David Lama together with Austrian alpinists Hansjörg Auer and Alex Blümel. The short follows the team in their feelings of fatigue, anxiety, exposure and ordeal during their five weeks attempting one of the world’s greatest, unsolved puzzles of alpinism: The unclimbed south-east ridge of Annapurna III (7,555m, the 42nd highest mountain in the world).

    Austria / 13 min

    Annapurna III – Unclimbed

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2016
    • Austria
    • 13 min
    An award-winning 13-min documentary featuring the 2016 expedition to the Himalayas of Nepal led by David Lama together with Austrian alpinists Hansjörg Auer and Alex Blümel. The short follows the team in their feelings of fatigue, anxiety, exposure and ordeal during their five weeks attempting one of the world’s greatest, unsolved puzzles of alpinism: The unclimbed south-east ridge of Annapurna III (7,555m, the 42nd highest mountain in the world).

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Vergessene wand

    Vergessene wand

    Jochen Schmoll (2006)

    Vergessene wand is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Cerro Murallon. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2006 and produced by Drehxtrem. It features Stefan Glowacz and Robert Jasper.

    Germany / 26 min

    Vergessene wand

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2006
    • Germany
    • 26 min
    Vergessene wand is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Cerro Murallon. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2006 and produced by Drehxtrem. It features Stefan Glowacz and Robert Jasper.

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  • Documentary / Making Of

    Making of Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben DVD

    Making of Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben

    Jochen Schmoll (2002)

    Making of Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Action Direct and Pfalz. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2002 and produced by BR. It features Ralph Stöhr, Kurt Albert, Jerry Moffatt, Christoph Marek, Manuel Brunn, Martin Hauenstein and others.

    Germany / 20 min

    Making of Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2002
    • Germany
    • 20 min
    Making of Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Action Direct and Pfalz. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2002 and produced by BR. It features Ralph Stöhr, Kurt Albert, Jerry Moffatt, Christoph Marek, Manuel Brunn, Martin Hauenstein and others.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Letze ausfahrt Titlis

    Jochen Schmoll (2004)

    Letze ausfahrt Titlis is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Titlis. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2004 and produced by Drehxtrem. It features Stefan Glowacz, Markus Dorfleitner and Peter Anzenberger.

    Germany / 18 min

    Letze ausfahrt Titlis

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2004
    • Germany
    • 18 min
    Letze ausfahrt Titlis is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Titlis. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2004 and produced by Drehxtrem. It features Stefan Glowacz, Markus Dorfleitner and Peter Anzenberger.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    keepwild! climbs - Klettern ohne Spuren

    Jochen Schmoll (2005)

    keepwild! climbs - Klettern ohne spuren is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Chli Bielenhorn and Cerro Murallon. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2005 and produced by Drehxtrem. It features Robert Jasper, Jan Gürke and Stefan Glowacz.

    Switzerland / 17 min

    keepwild! climbs - Klettern ohne Spuren

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 2005
    • Switzerland
    • 17 min
    keepwild! climbs - Klettern ohne spuren is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Chli Bielenhorn and Cerro Murallon. It was directed by Jochen Schmoll in 2005 and produced by Drehxtrem. It features Robert Jasper, Jan Gürke and Stefan Glowacz.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben DVD

    Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben

    Jochen Schmoll (2002)

    Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Action Direct and Pfalz. It was directed by Malte Roeper in 2002 and produced by Drehxtrem. It is a part of the series Bergauf Bergab. It features Kurt Albert, Jerry Moffatt, Heinz Zak, Norbert Sandner, Christoph Marek, Markus Bock and others.

    Germany / 43 min

    Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben

    Jochen Schmoll, Malte Roeper

    • 2002
    • Germany
    • 43 min
    Jung stirbt, wen die Götter lieben is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Action Direct and Pfalz. It was directed by Malte Roeper in 2002 and produced by Drehxtrem. It is a part of the series Bergauf Bergab. It features Kurt Albert, Jerry Moffatt, Heinz Zak, Norbert Sandner, Christoph Marek, Markus Bock and others.

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