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    Azazel

    Guillaume Broust (2008)

    Azazel is the story of four friends who travel to Pakistan to put up a new route on the Trango Pulpit, a 6000m peak. They spent 20 days on the wall and Sam Beaugey did the first BASE jump from the summit, making a descent a little shorter than his little comrades. The route was mostly aid-climbed, and the climbers took their own footage. Guillaume Broust edited the movie and put together this great story about friendship. The film won several film festival awards, including the 2008 Banff World Tour.

    France / 22 min

    Azazel

    Guillaume Broust

    • 2008
    • France
    • 22 min
    Azazel is the story of four friends who travel to Pakistan to put up a new route on the Trango Pulpit, a 6000m peak. They spent 20 days on the wall and Sam Beaugey did the first BASE jump from the summit, making a descent a little shorter than his little comrades. The route was mostly aid-climbed, and the climbers took their own footage. Guillaume Broust edited the movie and put together this great story about friendship. The film won several film festival awards, including the 2008 Banff World Tour.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Autoroute DVD

    Autoroute

    Rob Frost (2002)

    Autoroute captures the full-throttle climbing odyssey of Americans Dave Graham, Luke Parady and Joe Kinder as they test themselves on the most difficult boulders and cliffs in Switzerland and France. Witness Graham makes the second ascent of Passion (14d), third ascent of Speed (14d), first ascent of La Foon (14d), and the first ascent of Bah Bah Black Sheep (14c/d). Additionally, autoroute profiles Swiss native Stephan Siegrist, climbing his amazing 26 pitch sport route, La Vida el Silbar on the Eiger's 6,000' North Face; Alex Huber on his unrepeated creation Black Power in Austria; and Lisa Rands sending in Tralenta, France.

    Switzerland / 52 min

    Autoroute

    Rob Frost, Jack Tracy

    • 2002
    • Switzerland
    • 52 min
    Autoroute captures the full-throttle climbing odyssey of Americans Dave Graham, Luke Parady and Joe Kinder as they test themselves on the most difficult boulders and cliffs in Switzerland and France. Witness Graham makes the second ascent of Passion (14d), third ascent of Speed (14d), first ascent of La Foon (14d), and the first ascent of Bah Bah Black Sheep (14c/d). Additionally, autoroute profiles Swiss native Stephan Siegrist, climbing his amazing 26 pitch sport route, La Vida el Silbar on the Eiger's 6,000' North Face; Alex Huber on his unrepeated creation Black Power in Austria; and Lisa Rands sending in Tralenta, France.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Le méridien des Ecrins

    Evrard Wendenbaum (2009)

    In the autumn of 2008, from the village of La Grave, Aymeric Clouet and Christophe Dumarest decide to follow the climb of eight North faces of the Massif des Ecrins on an imaginary route from north to south, which they call Le Méridien des Écrins. More than 12 days running along the steep ridges, the steep couloirs, and the vertiginous walls of this sumptuous massif lead them to the brink of exhaustion and allow us to discover their personalities, their vision of the mountain, their sensitivity, and to understand how an effective rope team often compared to the legendary Lachenal-Terray works.

    France / 35 min

    Le méridien des Ecrins

    Evrard Wendenbaum

    • 2009
    • France
    • 35 min
    In the autumn of 2008, from the village of La Grave, Aymeric Clouet and Christophe Dumarest decide to follow the climb of eight North faces of the Massif des Ecrins on an imaginary route from north to south, which they call Le Méridien des Écrins. More than 12 days running along the steep ridges, the steep couloirs, and the vertiginous walls of this sumptuous massif lead them to the brink of exhaustion and allow us to discover their personalities, their vision of the mountain, their sensitivity, and to understand how an effective rope team often compared to the legendary Lachenal-Terray works.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Eis mit stil

    Eis mit stil

    Jochen Schmoll (1997)

    Robert Jasper is an elite mountaineer. No other climber in the world is in such high standards of performance in all varieties of alpinism. His hobby is ice climbing. In the film he takes us through all the stages of his ice climbing career. From the ascent of the NE wall of the 4,099 meter high Monch to the frozen couloirs in the Mont Blanc massif, to the extreme ice climbing. We accompany him to Chamonix, the Basler Jura and to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. We see him in 'Nuit Blanche WI 6' in Argentiere, the most difficult icefall in the Alps. This is a film about personal peak experiences.

    Germany / 53 min

    Eis mit stil

    Jochen Schmoll

    • 1997
    • Germany
    • 53 min
    Robert Jasper is an elite mountaineer. No other climber in the world is in such high standards of performance in all varieties of alpinism. His hobby is ice climbing. In the film he takes us through all the stages of his ice climbing career. From the ascent of the NE wall of the 4,099 meter high Monch to the frozen couloirs in the Mont Blanc massif, to the extreme ice climbing. We accompany him to Chamonix, the Basler Jura and to Garmisch-Partenkirchen. We see him in 'Nuit Blanche WI 6' in Argentiere, the most difficult icefall in the Alps. This is a film about personal peak experiences.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Asgard jamming Vod

    Asgard jamming

    Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll (2009)

    This original, light-hearted film follows a skilled team of five climbers on an expedition to climb the North-West face of the remote Mount Asgard on Baffin Island... 45 days, 0 nights, 600km on foot, 11 days on the wall, 4 men, 1 woman - this film follows Sean, Nicolas, Olivier, Steph and Silvia on a rock climbing expedition on Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic. Mentored by Freyr, the Viking god of weather and fertility, these 'warriors' ventured on a quest to enter the fortress of the gods (Asgard) without the magical rainbow bridge. Confronted with rock hard climbing on divine vertical granite; this is serious buiness...!

    Belgium / 55 min

    Asgard jamming

    Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll

    • 2009
    • Belgium
    • 55 min
    This original, light-hearted film follows a skilled team of five climbers on an expedition to climb the North-West face of the remote Mount Asgard on Baffin Island... 45 days, 0 nights, 600km on foot, 11 days on the wall, 4 men, 1 woman - this film follows Sean, Nicolas, Olivier, Steph and Silvia on a rock climbing expedition on Baffin Island in the Canadian Arctic. Mentored by Freyr, the Viking god of weather and fertility, these 'warriors' ventured on a quest to enter the fortress of the gods (Asgard) without the magical rainbow bridge. Confronted with rock hard climbing on divine vertical granite; this is serious buiness...!

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