Filmography

Malte Roeper

8 films

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    Thomas, der Huberbua

    Thomas, der Huberbua

    Malte Roeper (2018)

    Together with his brother Alexander, Thomas Huber has managed to turn his mountaineering passion into a profession. Despite the lasting athletic success, the love for his children, and a happy marriage he is burdened by the pressure to juggle it all. To find release, the older Huber boy among all possible hobbies picks one that is even more dangerous than climbing: Base jumping. This portrait documentary is part of the series Lebenslinien (Lifelines) of the German television.

    Germany / 44 min

    Thomas, der Huberbua

    Malte Roeper

    • 2018
    • Germany
    • 44 min
    Together with his brother Alexander, Thomas Huber has managed to turn his mountaineering passion into a profession. Despite the lasting athletic success, the love for his children, and a happy marriage he is burdened by the pressure to juggle it all. To find release, the older Huber boy among all possible hobbies picks one that is even more dangerous than climbing: Base jumping. This portrait documentary is part of the series Lebenslinien (Lifelines) of the German television.

    Climbing locations

  • Documentary / Portrait

    Heinz Zak - Freigeist in der Vertikalen

    Heinz Zak - Freigeist in der Vertikalen

    Malte Roeper (2017)

    The Tyrolean mountain photographer Heinz Zak is one of the most important chronicler in the history of free climbing. He has documented the world’s best free-climbers and their mile stones. Although Heinz Zak has often climbed the great and extremes routes, as a photographer he now focuses more and more on the places, where his journey once began – in the mountains of his homeland Tyrol.

    Austria, Germany / 47 min

    Heinz Zak - Freigeist in der Vertikalen

    Malte Roeper

    • 2017
    • Austria, Germany
    • 47 min
    The Tyrolean mountain photographer Heinz Zak is one of the most important chronicler in the history of free climbing. He has documented the world’s best free-climbers and their mile stones. Although Heinz Zak has often climbed the great and extremes routes, as a photographer he now focuses more and more on the places, where his journey once began – in the mountains of his homeland Tyrol.

    Climbing locations

  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Eiger-Nordwand Live - Die Höhepunkte in 4 Stunden

    Eiger-Nordwand Live - Die Höhepunkte in 4 Stunden

    Helmut Heim (1999)

    In 1999, the Swiss television produced in collaboration with the West German radio broadcast the Eiger North Face Live. The Swiss mountain professionals Evelyne Binsack, Stephan Siegrist, Hans Ruedi Gerts and German Ralf Dujmovits climbed 9 and 10 September the Eiger in 30 hours during a live broadcast. Filmed while they were in the wall of cameras whose positions were very flexible use by helicopters. In addition, a five-kilometer away from the wall camera was used and the climbers wore special helmet cameras. During the transfer, there were high ratings (Switzerland: 63%).

    Switzerland / 225 min

    Eiger-Nordwand Live - Die Höhepunkte in 4 Stunden

    Helmut Heim, Thomas M. Lindner

    • 1999
    • Switzerland
    • 225 min
    In 1999, the Swiss television produced in collaboration with the West German radio broadcast the Eiger North Face Live. The Swiss mountain professionals Evelyne Binsack, Stephan Siegrist, Hans Ruedi Gerts and German Ralf Dujmovits climbed 9 and 10 September the Eiger in 30 hours during a live broadcast. Filmed while they were in the wall of cameras whose positions were very flexible use by helicopters. In addition, a five-kilometer away from the wall camera was used and the climbers wore special helmet cameras. During the transfer, there were high ratings (Switzerland: 63%).

    Climbing locations

  • Documentary / Live Broadcast

    Eiger-Nordwand Live DVD

    Eiger-Nordwand Live

    Helmut Heim (1999)

    In 1999, the Swiss television produced in collaboration with the West German radio broadcast the Eiger North Face Live. The Swiss mountain professionals Evelyne Binsack, Stephan Siegrist, Hans Ruedi Gerts ch and German Ralf Dujmovits climbed 9 and 10 September the Eiger in 30 hours during a live broadcast. Filmed while they were in the wall of cameras whose positions were very flexible use by helicopters. In addition, a five-kilometer away from the wall camera was used and the climbers wore special helmet cameras. During the transfer, there were high ratings (Switzerland: 63%).

    Switzerland / 1920 min

    Eiger-Nordwand Live

    Helmut Heim, Thomas M. Lindner

    • 1999
    • Switzerland
    • 1920 min
    In 1999, the Swiss television produced in collaboration with the West German radio broadcast the Eiger North Face Live. The Swiss mountain professionals Evelyne Binsack, Stephan Siegrist, Hans Ruedi Gerts ch and German Ralf Dujmovits climbed 9 and 10 September the Eiger in 30 hours during a live broadcast. Filmed while they were in the wall of cameras whose positions were very flexible use by helicopters. In addition, a five-kilometer away from the wall camera was used and the climbers wore special helmet cameras. During the transfer, there were high ratings (Switzerland: 63%).

    Climbing locations

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Klettern am limit

    Klettern am limit

    Malte Roeper (2005)

    Klettern am limit is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in El Capitan and Schleier Wasserfall. It was directed by Malte Roeper in 2005 and produced by BR. It is a part of the series Bergauf Bergab. It features Alexander Huber, Thomas Huber and Thomas Huber Sr..

    Germany / 28 min

    Klettern am limit

    Malte Roeper

    • 2005
    • Germany
    • 28 min
    Klettern am limit is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in El Capitan and Schleier Wasserfall. It was directed by Malte Roeper in 2005 and produced by BR. It is a part of the series Bergauf Bergab. It features Alexander Huber, Thomas Huber and Thomas Huber Sr..

    Climbing locations

  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Hoch oben DVD

    Hoch oben

    Axel Kaske (2006)

    Hoch oben is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Kanstein and Hohenstein. It was directed by Axel Kaske in 2006 and produced by iClimb. It features Bernd Arnold, Peter Brunnert, Hans Weninger, Malte Roeper, Götz Wiechmann, Richard Goedeke and others.

    Germany / 70 min

    Hoch oben

    Axel Kaske, Leif Büttner, Ole Radach, Tim Bartzik

    • 2006
    • Germany
    • 70 min
    Hoch oben is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Kanstein and Hohenstein. It was directed by Axel Kaske in 2006 and produced by iClimb. It features Bernd Arnold, Peter Brunnert, Hans Weninger, Malte Roeper, Götz Wiechmann, Richard Goedeke and others.

    Climbing locations

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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 / 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.

    Climbing locations

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    DVD / BLU-RAY

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