Filmography

Marco Furlani

2 films

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Valle della Luce

    Valle della Luce

    Alberto Beltrami (2020)

    Eighty-seven years after the first mountaineering ascent in Valle della Sarca, the film offers an overview of the climbing history of rock faces in the valley, which today attract enthusiasts from all over the world. The narration is entrusted to climbing scenes and interviews with key figures, set against the backdrop of stunning scenery. It is the story of a training ground combining two currents, mountaineering and sports climbing, seeking sometimes equilibrium and sometimes extreme experiences.

    Italy / 48 min

    Valle della Luce

    Alberto Beltrami, Lia Giovanazzi Beltrami

    • 2020
    • Italy
    • 48 min
    Eighty-seven years after the first mountaineering ascent in Valle della Sarca, the film offers an overview of the climbing history of rock faces in the valley, which today attract enthusiasts from all over the world. The narration is entrusted to climbing scenes and interviews with key figures, set against the backdrop of stunning scenery. It is the story of a training ground combining two currents, mountaineering and sports climbing, seeking sometimes equilibrium and sometimes extreme experiences.

    Climbing locations

  • Documentary / Portrait

    Zanzara e Labbradoro

    Lia Giovanazzi Beltrami (2014)

    After his trip to Yosemite in 1979, Roberto Bassi discovered a new dimension of climbing: no longer summits to conquer, but extreme difficulties to overcome with the movements of the body, without any external help. Free climbing also developed in Europe. Zanzara and Labbradoro collects the testimonies of Roberto Bassi's closest friends, who trace his history as a person, as a climber, his decisive role in the development of free climbing and the changes in the culture of the mountains in recent decades.

    Italy / 58 min

    Zanzara e Labbradoro

    Lia Giovanazzi Beltrami

    • 2014
    • Italy
    • 58 min
    After his trip to Yosemite in 1979, Roberto Bassi discovered a new dimension of climbing: no longer summits to conquer, but extreme difficulties to overcome with the movements of the body, without any external help. Free climbing also developed in Europe. Zanzara and Labbradoro collects the testimonies of Roberto Bassi's closest friends, who trace his history as a person, as a climber, his decisive role in the development of free climbing and the changes in the culture of the mountains in recent decades.

    Climbing locations

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