Filmography

Nick Bullock

5 films

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Magnetic Mountains Vod

    Magnetic Mountains

    Steve Wakeford (2017)

    In October 2014, Steve Wakeford, a sports broadcast editor, fell 70 metres whilst climbing a mountain known as Les Petites Jorasses in the French Alps. It was a fall that required him to be airlifted out of the mountains suffering from a number of serious injuries and resulted in him being temporarily left in a wheelchair - he is lucky to be alive. At the start of a long journey of rehabilitation, he began to ask himself some serious questions - 'Regardless of injury or trauma, why are we drawn to the mountains in the first place? Is risk an essential part of what we do? Perhaps most importantly, why is it that I am planning to climb the same route from which I fell?'

    France, UK / 86 min

    Magnetic Mountains

    Steve Wakeford

    • 2017
    • France, UK
    • 86 min
    In October 2014, Steve Wakeford, a sports broadcast editor, fell 70 metres whilst climbing a mountain known as Les Petites Jorasses in the French Alps. It was a fall that required him to be airlifted out of the mountains suffering from a number of serious injuries and resulted in him being temporarily left in a wheelchair - he is lucky to be alive. At the start of a long journey of rehabilitation, he began to ask himself some serious questions - 'Regardless of injury or trauma, why are we drawn to the mountains in the first place? Is risk an essential part of what we do? Perhaps most importantly, why is it that I am planning to climb the same route from which I fell?'

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    Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    All roads lead to Scotland

    Matt Hardy (2016)

    Opposites attract. There isn’t a more appropriate statement to describe the unlikely yet formidable climbing partnership that is Nick Bullock and Tim Neill. They met on the mountains of Scotland in winter, and despite walking their own paths in the mountaineering world they are both drawn inexorably back there each winter. The fickle conditions that define Scottish winter climbing frequently lead to frustration, but the prospect of discovering an obscure gem presents an irresistible allure to them both.

    UK / 10 min

    All roads lead to Scotland

    Matt Hardy, Matt Pycroft, Adrian Samarra

    • 2016
    • UK
    • 10 min
    Opposites attract. There isn’t a more appropriate statement to describe the unlikely yet formidable climbing partnership that is Nick Bullock and Tim Neill. They met on the mountains of Scotland in winter, and despite walking their own paths in the mountaineering world they are both drawn inexorably back there each winter. The fickle conditions that define Scottish winter climbing frequently lead to frustration, but the prospect of discovering an obscure gem presents an irresistible allure to them both.

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    Watch Free
  • Documentary / Historical

    Fifty years in the mountains

    Brian Hall (2010)

    Fifty years in the mountains is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest and El Capitan. It was directed by Brian Hall in 2010 and produced by Venture Film. It features Reinhold Messner, Doug Scott, Peter Habeler, Stephen Venables, Heinz Zak, Andy Parkin and others.

    UK / 20 min

    Fifty years in the mountains

    Brian Hall, Keith Partridge

    • 2010
    • UK
    • 20 min
    Fifty years in the mountains is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest and El Capitan. It was directed by Brian Hall in 2010 and produced by Venture Film. It features Reinhold Messner, Doug Scott, Peter Habeler, Stephen Venables, Heinz Zak, Andy Parkin and others.

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    Watch Free
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Welsh connections DVD

    Welsh connections

    Dave Brown (2009)

    A rampage through the diversity of Welsh climbing: Mountain crags, deep water soloing, slate weirdness, massive seacliffs, boudering and sport. A cast of new wave British rock stars join legends from the past, on cutting edge first ascents as well as great test pieces from the previous generation. Surveying this historic climbing Mecca it seems every top climber has a Welsh Connection.

    UK / 76 min

    Welsh connections

    Dave Brown

    • 2009
    • UK
    • 76 min
    A rampage through the diversity of Welsh climbing: Mountain crags, deep water soloing, slate weirdness, massive seacliffs, boudering and sport. A cast of new wave British rock stars join legends from the past, on cutting edge first ascents as well as great test pieces from the previous generation. Surveying this historic climbing Mecca it seems every top climber has a Welsh Connection.

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    DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    On sight Vod

    On sight

    Alastair Lee (2008)

    "On Sight" is the fruition of an idea that many considered impossible: a film capturing the blood, sweat and mystery of on-sight climbing as it happens. The result is a tense, profound and often hilariously funny portrait of climbing's most elusive realm, and a deep insight into what drives the climbers who explore it.

    UK / 67 min

    On sight

    Alastair Lee

    • 2008
    • UK
    • 67 min
    "On Sight" is the fruition of an idea that many considered impossible: a film capturing the blood, sweat and mystery of on-sight climbing as it happens. The result is a tense, profound and often hilariously funny portrait of climbing's most elusive realm, and a deep insight into what drives the climbers who explore it.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY Video on Demand

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