Filmography

Salomon

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Testing Ourselves

    Josep Serra (2017)

    Is it possible to climb an 8,000m mountain in two weeks? What sort of acclimatization is necessary and how does it affect the body? These are the questions Kilian Jornet and Emelie Forsberg were asking themselves. To find the answer they set off to climb Cho Oyu using a new method of acclimatization that could revolutionize climbing. Would it work?

    Spain / 17 min

    Testing Ourselves

    Josep Serra

    • 2017
    • Spain
    • 17 min
    Is it possible to climb an 8,000m mountain in two weeks? What sort of acclimatization is necessary and how does it affect the body? These are the questions Kilian Jornet and Emelie Forsberg were asking themselves. To find the answer they set off to climb Cho Oyu using a new method of acclimatization that could revolutionize climbing. Would it work?

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Symphony on Skis Vod

    Symphony on Skis

    Carla Braun-Elwert (2017)

    An adventurous ski tour of two sisters, who follow the tracks of their father, across the pristine landscapes of New Zealand. 30 years ago, Gottlieb Braun-Elwert set out on an incredible expedition. He traversed the major glaciers of the Southern Alps, covering 40km and 4000 vertical meters, from the heart of the South Island to the West Coast in just 18 hours. A route of astonishing beauty, immense freedom, breathtaking vistas and dealing with the challenges of an untamed wilderness. He called this route 'Symphony on Skis'. Now, his daughters Carla, Elke and a small team of adventurers embark on the same journey. This film is a homage to their late father who found a love and home in New Zealand’s Southern Alps.

    New Zealand / 60 min

    Symphony on Skis

    Carla Braun-Elwert

    • 2017
    • New Zealand
    • 60 min
    An adventurous ski tour of two sisters, who follow the tracks of their father, across the pristine landscapes of New Zealand. 30 years ago, Gottlieb Braun-Elwert set out on an incredible expedition. He traversed the major glaciers of the Southern Alps, covering 40km and 4000 vertical meters, from the heart of the South Island to the West Coast in just 18 hours. A route of astonishing beauty, immense freedom, breathtaking vistas and dealing with the challenges of an untamed wilderness. He called this route 'Symphony on Skis'. Now, his daughters Carla, Elke and a small team of adventurers embark on the same journey. This film is a homage to their late father who found a love and home in New Zealand’s Southern Alps.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    The ice game

    The ice game

    Greg Lowe (1997)

    This film follows Jeff Lowe and Mike Weis's 25 year history of Water fall Ice and mixed routes. from the first ascent of Bridalveil falls in Telluride, Colorado. to routes such as Bloody Sunday, Siver-Tongued Devil and Get a Job. the film includes the first use of the prototype ice piton know as the Snarg. The first ascent of Bridalveil Falls in Telluride, Colorado on January 1, 1974 is a recognized milestone in an unconventional climbing art form: technical waterfall ice. Two 24-year-olds, Mike Weis and Jeff Lowe, notched the remarkable achievement using hickory shafted 70-centimeter Chouinard ice axes, semi-rigid crampons, and prototype ice pitons (Snargs) that had never actually had been fall-tested.

    USA / 74 min

    The ice game

    Greg Lowe

    • 1997
    • USA
    • 74 min
    This film follows Jeff Lowe and Mike Weis's 25 year history of Water fall Ice and mixed routes. from the first ascent of Bridalveil falls in Telluride, Colorado. to routes such as Bloody Sunday, Siver-Tongued Devil and Get a Job. the film includes the first use of the prototype ice piton know as the Snarg. The first ascent of Bridalveil Falls in Telluride, Colorado on January 1, 1974 is a recognized milestone in an unconventional climbing art form: technical waterfall ice. Two 24-year-olds, Mike Weis and Jeff Lowe, notched the remarkable achievement using hickory shafted 70-centimeter Chouinard ice axes, semi-rigid crampons, and prototype ice pitons (Snargs) that had never actually had been fall-tested.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Liv along the way

    Anthony Bonello (2018)

    Since she first summited Mont Blanc as a teen, Liv Sansoz knew she would make her life in the mountains. She was twice crowned World Champion in sport climbing, and eventually expanded her professional horizons to mixed climbing, ski mountaineering, and base jumping. In 2017, at 40 years old, Liv set out from her base in Chamonix, France to attempt to climb all 82 4000m peaks in the European Alps in a single year. As she’s learned several times throughout her life, things don’t always go as planned.

    Canada, France / 23 min

    Liv along the way

    Anthony Bonello, Mike Douglas

    • 2018
    • Canada, France
    • 23 min
    Since she first summited Mont Blanc as a teen, Liv Sansoz knew she would make her life in the mountains. She was twice crowned World Champion in sport climbing, and eventually expanded her professional horizons to mixed climbing, ski mountaineering, and base jumping. In 2017, at 40 years old, Liv set out from her base in Chamonix, France to attempt to climb all 82 4000m peaks in the European Alps in a single year. As she’s learned several times throughout her life, things don’t always go as planned.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Cloudwalker

    Cloudwalker

    Robert Carmichael (1985)

    With their sights set on the pristine granite and extreme-ice terrain of the south summit of the Bear's Tooth (the south summit of the Mose's Tooth massif), two climbers at the peak of their game hone their mental and physical skills for a challenge. Cloudwalker, the 1985 Banff Festival of Mountain Films award-winning mountaineering film, follows Mark Wilford and Jeff Lowe as they prepare to climb a new route on this wild and gloirous spire in the Alaska Range. Including inspiring footage of an ascent of Eldorado Cnyon's classic hard rock route, the Naked Edge, along with interviews that reveal fascinating insights into the formative philosophies of tow of America's most prolific and talented alpinists, Cloudwalker helps to preserve and celabrate the culture and legacy of climbing.

    USA / 54 min

    Cloudwalker

    Robert Carmichael, Michael Tobias

    • 1985
    • USA
    • 54 min
    With their sights set on the pristine granite and extreme-ice terrain of the south summit of the Bear's Tooth (the south summit of the Mose's Tooth massif), two climbers at the peak of their game hone their mental and physical skills for a challenge. Cloudwalker, the 1985 Banff Festival of Mountain Films award-winning mountaineering film, follows Mark Wilford and Jeff Lowe as they prepare to climb a new route on this wild and gloirous spire in the Alaska Range. Including inspiring footage of an ascent of Eldorado Cnyon's classic hard rock route, the Naked Edge, along with interviews that reveal fascinating insights into the formative philosophies of tow of America's most prolific and talented alpinists, Cloudwalker helps to preserve and celabrate the culture and legacy of climbing.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Dream line Vod

    Dream line

    Bjarne Salén (2014)

    This is a documentary about the magical power of dreams. Telling the story of professional skier and adventurer, Ptor Spricenieks, Dream Line traces the athlete's astonishing spiritual and physical journey, showing that dreams can become reality. The film revolves around a recent expedition to Pakistan, where some of the world's best big-mountain skiers gathered to climb and ski Gashot Peak. This magnificent adventure in a mind-blowing environment was an important milestone in Ptor's fascinating life with elements of physical achievements and spiritual moments that can only be explained by the power of dreams.

    Sweden / 60 min

    Dream line

    Bjarne Salén

    • 2014
    • Sweden
    • 60 min
    This is a documentary about the magical power of dreams. Telling the story of professional skier and adventurer, Ptor Spricenieks, Dream Line traces the athlete's astonishing spiritual and physical journey, showing that dreams can become reality. The film revolves around a recent expedition to Pakistan, where some of the world's best big-mountain skiers gathered to climb and ski Gashot Peak. This magnificent adventure in a mind-blowing environment was an important milestone in Ptor's fascinating life with elements of physical achievements and spiritual moments that can only be explained by the power of dreams.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Ice up DVD

    Ice up

    Bertrand Delapierre (2004)

    Rather than emphasizing performance, this film about waterfall ice climbing and dry-tooling aims to captivate the viewer through the beauty of the locales and the routes, and the enjoyment found in the activity. Featured climbers include Frenchmen François Damilano, Daniel Dulac and Stéphane Hussot, and Canadian Guy Lacelle.

    France / 28 min

    Ice up

    Bertrand Delapierre

    • 2004
    • France
    • 28 min
    Rather than emphasizing performance, this film about waterfall ice climbing and dry-tooling aims to captivate the viewer through the beauty of the locales and the routes, and the enjoyment found in the activity. Featured climbers include Frenchmen François Damilano, Daniel Dulac and Stéphane Hussot, and Canadian Guy Lacelle.

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