Filmography

Pierre Ravier

3 films

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Pyrénéisme d'hier et d'aujourd'hui

    Pyrénéisme d'hier et d'aujourd'hui

    Laurence Fleury (2019)

    The word Pyrénéisme was invented by Henri Beraldi at the end of the 19th century. Its definition is not summarized as the practice of mountaineering in the Pyrenees. It is a sporting approach to the mountain accompanied by artistic or intellectual activity. In addition to questioning current mountaineers about whether they consider themselves pyrénéistes or not, the film is also a great tribute to the Pyrenees.

    France / 58 min

    Pyrénéisme d'hier et d'aujourd'hui

    Laurence Fleury

    • 2019
    • France
    • 58 min
    The word Pyrénéisme was invented by Henri Beraldi at the end of the 19th century. Its definition is not summarized as the practice of mountaineering in the Pyrenees. It is a sporting approach to the mountain accompanied by artistic or intellectual activity. In addition to questioning current mountaineers about whether they consider themselves pyrénéistes or not, the film is also a great tribute to the Pyrenees.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Al otro lado de la cuerda Vod

    Al otro lado de la cuerda

    Javier Valero (2018)

    Nine outstanding climbers talk about the ethics, values, and nature of climbing. Arkaitz Yurrita introduces the brothers Jean Ravier and Pierre Ravier, Christian Ravier, Ekaitz Maiz, Mikel Zabalza, Albert Salvadó, Arkaitz Yurrita, Eneko César, and Unai Mendia; and all they show us the most hidden side of climbing the Pyrenees, reviewing some important routes: Sud-Est Classique al Midi d'Ossau; Lovers on the Wall of the Open Book; Awakening in Montrebei; Borrokan Aske in the Petite Aiguille d'Ansabére; Piztu da Piztia in the Peña Montañesa; Biscuit in the Fraucata, in Ordesa.

    Spain / 51 min

    Al otro lado de la cuerda

    Javier Valero

    • 2018
    • Spain
    • 51 min
    Nine outstanding climbers talk about the ethics, values, and nature of climbing. Arkaitz Yurrita introduces the brothers Jean Ravier and Pierre Ravier, Christian Ravier, Ekaitz Maiz, Mikel Zabalza, Albert Salvadó, Arkaitz Yurrita, Eneko César, and Unai Mendia; and all they show us the most hidden side of climbing the Pyrenees, reviewing some important routes: Sud-Est Classique al Midi d'Ossau; Lovers on the Wall of the Open Book; Awakening in Montrebei; Borrokan Aske in the Petite Aiguille d'Ansabére; Piztu da Piztia in the Peña Montañesa; Biscuit in the Fraucata, in Ordesa.

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  • Documentary / Biographical

    Les Frères Ravier - L’aventure pyrénéenne

    Les Frères Ravier - L’aventure pyrénéenne

    Maryse Bergonzat (2007)

    Jean and Pierre Ravier have opened almost all the 'classic' (difficult) routes in the Pyrenees. Strung at the waist with a few flat knots and little material, the two twin brothers made more than 200 first ones throughout the massif. A unique style and commitment, a state of mind made up of adventures, literature, inventiveness and friendships. Unclassifiable and welcoming, after 60 years of Pyreneism, their desire for the mountains is intact. When does a race start? How does the idea, the desire come from it? What sense does it make to realize only the first ones? And what is the role of the Pyrenees themselves in this mutual and endless game of attraction?

    France / 52 min

    Les Frères Ravier - L’aventure pyrénéenne

    Maryse Bergonzat

    • 2007
    • France
    • 52 min
    Jean and Pierre Ravier have opened almost all the 'classic' (difficult) routes in the Pyrenees. Strung at the waist with a few flat knots and little material, the two twin brothers made more than 200 first ones throughout the massif. A unique style and commitment, a state of mind made up of adventures, literature, inventiveness and friendships. Unclassifiable and welcoming, after 60 years of Pyreneism, their desire for the mountains is intact. When does a race start? How does the idea, the desire come from it? What sense does it make to realize only the first ones? And what is the role of the Pyrenees themselves in this mutual and endless game of attraction?

    Climbing locations

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