Filmography

Mario Walder

6 films

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    Die Bayerische Direttissima

    Die Bayerische Direttissima

    Max Reichel (2013)

    Together with their East Tyrolean friend Mario Walder, Alexander and Thomas Huber set out once again, this time with one special goal in mind: to free-climb the almost 700-metre-high Mount Asgard on Baffin Island. Their ambitious plan was to conquer the massive granite monolith in one team free ascent – a task no one had successfully accomplished before. With good reason, as the physical and psychological challenges are tremendous. It’s a mission that calls for more than just a good team. It calls for three individuals to become one, fiercely determined to give it all they got…

    Germany / 51 min

    Die Bayerische Direttissima

    Max Reichel, Franz Hinterbrandner

    • 2013
    • Germany
    • 51 min
    Together with their East Tyrolean friend Mario Walder, Alexander and Thomas Huber set out once again, this time with one special goal in mind: to free-climb the almost 700-metre-high Mount Asgard on Baffin Island. Their ambitious plan was to conquer the massive granite monolith in one team free ascent – a task no one had successfully accomplished before. With good reason, as the physical and psychological challenges are tremendous. It’s a mission that calls for more than just a good team. It calls for three individuals to become one, fiercely determined to give it all they got…

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Grenzen der felskletterei DVD

    Grenzen der felskletterei

    Gerald Salmina (2012)

    Grenzen der felskletterei is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Cima Grande Di Lavaredo. It was directed by Gerald Salmina in 2012 and produced by Bluebird Film. It is a part of the series Bergwelten. It features Alexander Huber, Gerhard Baur, Lothar Brandler, Thomas Bubendorfer, Dietrich Hasse, Rainer Kauschke and others.

    Austria / 53 min

    Grenzen der felskletterei

    Gerald Salmina, Jochen Hemmleb

    • 2012
    • Austria
    • 53 min
    Grenzen der felskletterei is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Cima Grande Di Lavaredo. It was directed by Gerald Salmina in 2012 and produced by Bluebird Film. It is a part of the series Bergwelten. It features Alexander Huber, Gerhard Baur, Lothar Brandler, Thomas Bubendorfer, Dietrich Hasse, Rainer Kauschke and others.

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    Drei Zinnen

    Drei Zinnen

    Gerald Salmina (2013)

    Drei Zinnen is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Cima Grande Di Lavaredo. It was directed by Gerald Salmina in 2013 and produced by Bluebird Film. It is a part of the series Die dunkle seite der Alpen (4/6). It features Alexander Huber, Gerhard Baur, Lothar Brandler, Thomas Bubendorfer, Dietrich Hasse, Rainer Kauschke and others.

    Austria / 43 min

    Drei Zinnen

    Gerald Salmina, Jochen Hemmleb

    • 2013
    • Austria
    • 43 min
    Drei Zinnen is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Cima Grande Di Lavaredo. It was directed by Gerald Salmina in 2013 and produced by Bluebird Film. It is a part of the series Die dunkle seite der Alpen (4/6). It features Alexander Huber, Gerhard Baur, Lothar Brandler, Thomas Bubendorfer, Dietrich Hasse, Rainer Kauschke and others.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Close call with Mount Asgard DVD

    Close call with Mount Asgard

    Max Reichel (2013)

    Close call with Mount Asgard is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Mount Asgard. It was directed by Max Reichel in 2013 and produced by Timeline Productions. It features Alexander Huber, Thomas Huber and Mario Walder.

    Germany / 52 min

    Close call with Mount Asgard

    Max Reichel, Franz Hinterbrandner

    • 2013
    • Germany
    • 52 min
    Close call with Mount Asgard is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Mount Asgard. It was directed by Max Reichel in 2013 and produced by Timeline Productions. It features Alexander Huber, Thomas Huber and Mario Walder.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Eternal Flame Vod

    Eternal Flame

    Max Reichel (2009)

    Eternal Flame is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Nameless Tower. It was directed by Franz Hinterbrandner in 2009 and produced by Timeline Productions. It features Thomas Huber, Alexander Huber, Wolfgang Güllich, Kurt Albert, Mario Walder, Franz Hinterbrandner and others.

    Germany / 70 min

    Eternal Flame

    Max Reichel, Franz Hinterbrandner

    • 2009
    • Germany
    • 70 min
    Eternal Flame is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Nameless Tower. It was directed by Franz Hinterbrandner in 2009 and produced by Timeline Productions. It features Thomas Huber, Alexander Huber, Wolfgang Güllich, Kurt Albert, Mario Walder, Franz Hinterbrandner and others.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Bavarian Direct Vod

    Bavarian Direct

    Franz Hinterbrandner (2013)

    The brothers Alex and Thomas Huber, together with the Tyrolean Mario Walder join forces in the summer of 2012 on the island of Baffin to complete the liberation of Bavarian direct (700 m of route and originally ranked as 6b/A3) in the South Tower of Mount Asgard. Its chaining, made in roped style alternating the pitches, places this route in the second step of the difficulty in Arctic rock (with a maximum degree of 8a+, very close to the 8b that the brothers Pou and Hansjörg Auer gave to their 'The door' in Perfection Valley). The Germans solved the pitch left by the Belgians and Silvia Vidal in 2009. In the film the Huber brothers meet the German team that opened the route in 1996 and the Belgian team who almost free-climbed it in 2009.

    Germany / 75 min

    Bavarian Direct

    Franz Hinterbrandner, Max Reichel

    • 2013
    • Germany
    • 75 min
    The brothers Alex and Thomas Huber, together with the Tyrolean Mario Walder join forces in the summer of 2012 on the island of Baffin to complete the liberation of Bavarian direct (700 m of route and originally ranked as 6b/A3) in the South Tower of Mount Asgard. Its chaining, made in roped style alternating the pitches, places this route in the second step of the difficulty in Arctic rock (with a maximum degree of 8a+, very close to the 8b that the brothers Pou and Hansjörg Auer gave to their 'The door' in Perfection Valley). The Germans solved the pitch left by the Belgians and Silvia Vidal in 2009. In the film the Huber brothers meet the German team that opened the route in 1996 and the Belgian team who almost free-climbed it in 2009.

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    DVD / BLU-RAY Video on Demand

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