Filmography

Ned Feehally

4 films

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Life on hold DVD

    Life on hold

    Nick Brown (2012)

    Life on Hold is a UK bouldering film from Outcrop Films. It follows Britain's top climbers and visiting stars around the UK, tackling some of the highest and hardest problems around. From the tough, mentally challenging highballs on the gritstone edges, to the short, powerful, esoteric testpieces of the limestone and everything in between.

    UK / 72 min

    Life on hold

    Nick Brown, Richard Sharpe

    • 2012
    • UK
    • 72 min
    Life on Hold is a UK bouldering film from Outcrop Films. It follows Britain's top climbers and visiting stars around the UK, tackling some of the highest and hardest problems around. From the tough, mentally challenging highballs on the gritstone edges, to the short, powerful, esoteric testpieces of the limestone and everything in between.

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    DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Blocheads Vod

    Blocheads

    Alastair Lee (2016)

    A story of adventure, rocky passions and mutant fingers. It’s the story of a search for bouldering gold. In following the fearsomely strong Blocheads – as they quest for new lines and push the limits of human ability – we delve into bouldering’s murky past. Once it was just a bit of fun outside the climbing hut. Now it’s ‘a thing’. From the first recorded bouldering in the 19th century, through to the rise of this discipline as a sport. 'Blocheads' includes numerous first ascents, off-the-scale gnarly moves and hair-raising highballs.

    UK / 59 min

    Blocheads

    Alastair Lee

    • 2016
    • UK
    • 59 min
    A story of adventure, rocky passions and mutant fingers. It’s the story of a search for bouldering gold. In following the fearsomely strong Blocheads – as they quest for new lines and push the limits of human ability – we delve into bouldering’s murky past. Once it was just a bit of fun outside the climbing hut. Now it’s ‘a thing’. From the first recorded bouldering in the 19th century, through to the rise of this discipline as a sport. 'Blocheads' includes numerous first ascents, off-the-scale gnarly moves and hair-raising highballs.

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    DVD / BLU-RAY Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Historical

    Statement of Youth

    Nick Brown (2019)

    The 1980's saw climbing standards rise exponentially. At the start of the decade, 7b+ was cutting edge, but by the end of the '80s 9a was the new world standard. By the end of the decade, the sport had changed beyond recognition and a paradigm was set for future generations. A small group of climbers would do anything to climb full-time: sleeping in sheds underneath crags, shoplifting for food and clothes, and living off the dole. These climbers were living outside the rest of society and went on to become the most influential figures in the history of British climbing.

    UK / 59 min

    Statement of Youth

    Nick Brown

    • 2019
    • UK
    • 59 min
    The 1980's saw climbing standards rise exponentially. At the start of the decade, 7b+ was cutting edge, but by the end of the '80s 9a was the new world standard. By the end of the decade, the sport had changed beyond recognition and a paradigm was set for future generations. A small group of climbers would do anything to climb full-time: sleeping in sheds underneath crags, shoplifting for food and clothes, and living off the dole. These climbers were living outside the rest of society and went on to become the most influential figures in the history of British climbing.

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    Watch Free
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Reach Vod

    Reach

    David Petts (2017)

    A modern day climbing film centred around the past and present climbing talent in the UK. Filmed across the country to venues such as the Peak District, Malham Cove, Southern Sandstone and North Wales. Then further a field to Magic Wood in Switzerland and some incredible Caves in Bulgaria.

    UK / 65 min

    Reach

    David Petts

    • 2017
    • UK
    • 65 min
    A modern day climbing film centred around the past and present climbing talent in the UK. Filmed across the country to venues such as the Peak District, Malham Cove, Southern Sandstone and North Wales. Then further a field to Magic Wood in Switzerland and some incredible Caves in Bulgaria.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    Video on Demand

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