Filmography

Ricky Bell

4 films

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  • 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.

    Climbing locations

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

    Mountain Vod

    Mountain

    Jennifer Peedom (2017)

    A cinematic and musical odyssey. An experience about the highest peaks around the world. Shot by the world's leading high altitude cinematographers, with narration written by celebrated British writer, Robert Macfarlane, and narrated by Willem Dafoe, the film explores the nature of our modern fascination with mountains. It shows us the spellbinding force of high places - and their ongoing power to shape our lives and our dreams. An Australian documentary film, co-written, co-produced and directed by Jennifer Peedom following his awarded film Sherpa.

    Australia / 70 min

    Mountain

    Jennifer Peedom

    • 2017
    • Australia
    • 70 min
    A cinematic and musical odyssey. An experience about the highest peaks around the world. Shot by the world's leading high altitude cinematographers, with narration written by celebrated British writer, Robert Macfarlane, and narrated by Willem Dafoe, the film explores the nature of our modern fascination with mountains. It shows us the spellbinding force of high places - and their ongoing power to shape our lives and our dreams. An Australian documentary film, co-written, co-produced and directed by Jennifer Peedom following his awarded film Sherpa.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    UnderDeveloped

    UnderDeveloped

    Jamie Egner (2007)

    This film is simply a story of a bunch of friends from Belfast, climbing in their home country. The title refers to the massively underdeveloped climbing areas that reside on the emerald isle that for years have seen a small but highly keen community enjoy the beautiful and diverse climbing.

    UK / 50 min

    UnderDeveloped

    Jamie Egner

    • 2007
    • UK
    • 50 min
    This film is simply a story of a bunch of friends from Belfast, climbing in their home country. The title refers to the massively underdeveloped climbing areas that reside on the emerald isle that for years have seen a small but highly keen community enjoy the beautiful and diverse climbing.

    Climbing locations

  • 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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