Filmography

Kate Rutherford

4 films

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    El Cap Report

    Dave Davis (2018)

    In this documentary Tom Evans reviews —as he reported the day things happened on his popular blog— different inspiring stories of men and women who climbed El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. Mike Kozusko attempts to become the oldest person to solo climb El Capitan. Kevin Jorgeson tries to complete the Dawn Wall Project with Tommy Caldwell. Allisyn Beisner-Martínez and Nick Martínez marry at the foot of the wall and then make a honeymoon-ascent on the Muir Wall. Ammon McNeely has climbed El Capitan 75 times. Artur Naue, Wes Walker, and Vanessa Addison climb together right after they met when Artur leaves a message on the camp board looking for climbing partners.

    USA / 57 min

    El Cap Report

    Dave Davis, Mary Grandelis

    • 2018
    • USA
    • 57 min
    In this documentary Tom Evans reviews —as he reported the day things happened on his popular blog— different inspiring stories of men and women who climbed El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. Mike Kozusko attempts to become the oldest person to solo climb El Capitan. Kevin Jorgeson tries to complete the Dawn Wall Project with Tommy Caldwell. Allisyn Beisner-Martínez and Nick Martínez marry at the foot of the wall and then make a honeymoon-ascent on the Muir Wall. Ammon McNeely has climbed El Capitan 75 times. Artur Naue, Wes Walker, and Vanessa Addison climb together right after they met when Artur leaves a message on the camp board looking for climbing partners.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Namuli

    Majka Burhardt (2016)

    In 2010, professional climber Majka Burhardt saw a photo of the 2,000-foot granite face of Mount Namuli. Fueled by curiosity, Burhardt led a team of biologists, conservationists, and rock climbers on a daring and unconventional expedition to Mozambique’s second highest mountain and one of the world’s most ­threatened habitats. Namuli is a community-backed film about the expedition.

    USA / 24 min

    Namuli

    Majka Burhardt, Sarah Garlick, Paul Yoo

    • 2016
    • USA
    • 24 min
    In 2010, professional climber Majka Burhardt saw a photo of the 2,000-foot granite face of Mount Namuli. Fueled by curiosity, Burhardt led a team of biologists, conservationists, and rock climbers on a daring and unconventional expedition to Mozambique’s second highest mountain and one of the world’s most ­threatened habitats. Namuli is a community-backed film about the expedition.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    WayPoint Namibia

    Chris Alstrin (2009)

    WayPoint Namibia is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Orabeskopf. It was directed by Chris Alstrin in 2009 and produced by Alstrin Films. It features Majka Burhardt, Peter Doucette and Kate Rutherford.

    USA / 31 min

    WayPoint Namibia

    Chris Alstrin

    • 2009
    • USA
    • 31 min
    WayPoint Namibia is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Orabeskopf. It was directed by Chris Alstrin in 2009 and produced by Alstrin Films. It features Majka Burhardt, Peter Doucette and Kate Rutherford.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    No permanent address DVD

    No permanent address

    Jean Gamilovskij (2005)

    "No Permanent Address" documents the first ascent of a 23-pitch climb up one of Canada’s most imposing faces. Sean Easton and Aaron Black team up for the first ascent of "Call of the Granite" (5.12 A1, 2700 ft.), located in the Eldred Valley of British Columbia. The film follows Aaron for the six months prior as he climbs with friends in some of the most famous areas in North America. Watch climbers push themselves to their limits on everything from boulders to crack climbs, developing and honing climbing skills that are necessary for the completion of this new big-wall route.

    Canada / 64 min

    No permanent address

    Jean Gamilovskij

    • 2005
    • Canada
    • 64 min
    "No Permanent Address" documents the first ascent of a 23-pitch climb up one of Canada’s most imposing faces. Sean Easton and Aaron Black team up for the first ascent of "Call of the Granite" (5.12 A1, 2700 ft.), located in the Eldred Valley of British Columbia. The film follows Aaron for the six months prior as he climbs with friends in some of the most famous areas in North America. Watch climbers push themselves to their limits on everything from boulders to crack climbs, developing and honing climbing skills that are necessary for the completion of this new big-wall route.

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