Filmography

Paul Twomey

4 films

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Sea fever

    Sea fever

    Martin Crocker (2003)

    Sea fever is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Pembroke. It was directed by Martin Crocker in 2003 and produced by Hang Loose. It features Emma Alsford, Martin Crocker, Stefan Doerr, Paul Donnithorne, Sabine Eggert, Steve Findlay and others.

    UK / 210 min

    Sea fever

    Martin Crocker

    • 2003
    • UK
    • 210 min
    Sea fever is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Pembroke. It was directed by Martin Crocker in 2003 and produced by Hang Loose. It features Emma Alsford, Martin Crocker, Stefan Doerr, Paul Donnithorne, Sabine Eggert, Steve Findlay and others.

    Climbing locations

  • 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

    Depthcharge DVD

    Depthcharge

    Mike Weeks (2005)

    This unique documentary follows an international team of climbers including Steve McClure, Chris Sharma and Leo Houlding as they search the Kornati region of Croatia for virgin deepwater solos. Broken boats, rough seas and forty-metre cliffs plague them as they capture on-sight first ascents ranging from 5b to 8b+, and the world's hardest deepwater solo.

    UK / 60 min

    Depthcharge

    Mike Weeks

    • 2005
    • UK
    • 60 min
    This unique documentary follows an international team of climbers including Steve McClure, Chris Sharma and Leo Houlding as they search the Kornati region of Croatia for virgin deepwater solos. Broken boats, rough seas and forty-metre cliffs plague them as they capture on-sight first ascents ranging from 5b to 8b+, and the world's hardest deepwater solo.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Biographical

    Don Whillans - Myth and legend DVD

    Don Whillans - Myth and legend

    Leo Dickinson (2006)

    Don Whillans was one of the leading rock climbers of his generation. This film examines Don’s gritstone horrors, his hard routes in Wales, then follows him to the Alps and beyond on several of his epic expeditions. But it also focuses on Don’s unique humor, his devastating oneliners that pricked pomposity wherever he found it and poked fun at those who deserved it. Don may have died 20 years ago but the myth surrounding Whillans can still be heard whenever climbers reminisce about a time when hard men were hard and legends were being made. Perhaps his partner Joe Brown best sums him up, 'Don was unique'.

    UK / 80 min

    Don Whillans - Myth and legend

    Leo Dickinson

    • 2006
    • UK
    • 80 min
    Don Whillans was one of the leading rock climbers of his generation. This film examines Don’s gritstone horrors, his hard routes in Wales, then follows him to the Alps and beyond on several of his epic expeditions. But it also focuses on Don’s unique humor, his devastating oneliners that pricked pomposity wherever he found it and poked fun at those who deserved it. Don may have died 20 years ago but the myth surrounding Whillans can still be heard whenever climbers reminisce about a time when hard men were hard and legends were being made. Perhaps his partner Joe Brown best sums him up, 'Don was unique'.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY

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