Filmography

Mark Turnbull

4 films

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Hard grit DVD

    Hard grit

    Mark Turnbull (1998)

    "Hard Grit" is the definitive insight into the most beautiful, yet dangerous genre of British climbing. Played out on the gritstone edges of the Pennines, this film has, for the first time, captured truly historic ascents of grit's ultimate climbs.

    UK / 63 min

    Hard grit

    Mark Turnbull, Richard Heap

    • 1998
    • UK
    • 63 min
    "Hard Grit" is the definitive insight into the most beautiful, yet dangerous genre of British climbing. Played out on the gritstone edges of the Pennines, this film has, for the first time, captured truly historic ascents of grit's ultimate climbs.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    A strength for life Vod

    A strength for life

    Tony Ward (2002)

    A strength for life is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Mont Blanc. It was directed by Simon Baker in 2002. It features Tony Ward, Bridget Ward and Dennis Trott.

    UK / 25 min

    A strength for life

    Tony Ward, Simon Baker, Mark Turnbull

    • 2002
    • UK
    • 25 min
    A strength for life is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Mont Blanc. It was directed by Simon Baker in 2002. It features Tony Ward, Bridget Ward and Dennis Trott.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Under the sky and above the sea

    Under the sky and above the sea

    Mark Turnbull (1996)

    This film examines England's strangest rock climbing scene. Set amidst the sea cliffs of Dorset, this film tells the tale of the cult of 'Deepwater Soloing' and its origins; the emergence of the 'sport climbing' boom and the status of loose, hard, adventure climbing on the crumbly overhanging cliffs.

    UK / 25 min

    Under the sky and above the sea

    Mark Turnbull, Richard Heap

    • 1996
    • UK
    • 25 min
    This film examines England's strangest rock climbing scene. Set amidst the sea cliffs of Dorset, this film tells the tale of the cult of 'Deepwater Soloing' and its origins; the emergence of the 'sport climbing' boom and the status of loose, hard, adventure climbing on the crumbly overhanging cliffs.

    Climbing locations

  • Documentary / Portrait

    Equilibrium DVD

    Equilibrium

    Mark Turnbull (2000)

    "Equilibrium" documents a month in the life of English climber Neil Bentley; building up mentally, physically and tactically for an attempt at the rock climb for which he has dedicated three years of his life. If successful, this would become England's hardest traditional rock climb -- the first grade E10 on gritstone.

    UK / 25 min

    Equilibrium

    Mark Turnbull

    • 2000
    • UK
    • 25 min
    "Equilibrium" documents a month in the life of English climber Neil Bentley; building up mentally, physically and tactically for an attempt at the rock climb for which he has dedicated three years of his life. If successful, this would become England's hardest traditional rock climb -- the first grade E10 on gritstone.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY

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