Filmography

Stephan Siegrist

32 films

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Tupendeo - Ein Berg, zwei Geschichten

    Robert Steiner (2016)

    While they are intent on reaching the peak of the Tupendeo, in Kashmir, Stephan Siegrist and Thomas Senf find themselves face to face with a mystery: they find a rope for the descent, but the tracks disappear shortly afterward. Their research will lead them to reconstruct a dramatic episode that has been forgotten. This is the story of two attempts on a mountain in the remote Kishtwar region of the Indian Himalaya, separated by many years, outcome, and emotion.

    Switzerland / 26 min

    Tupendeo - Ein Berg, zwei Geschichten

    Robert Steiner

    • 2016
    • Switzerland
    • 26 min
    While they are intent on reaching the peak of the Tupendeo, in Kashmir, Stephan Siegrist and Thomas Senf find themselves face to face with a mystery: they find a rope for the descent, but the tracks disappear shortly afterward. Their research will lead them to reconstruct a dramatic episode that has been forgotten. This is the story of two attempts on a mountain in the remote Kishtwar region of the Indian Himalaya, separated by many years, outcome, and emotion.

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    Cerro Standhardt, Ataraxia und Trango Tower

    Ben Benson (2012)

    Cerro Standhardt, Ataraxia und Trango Tower is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Cerro Standhardt and Mount Marcus Baker. It was directed by Ben Benson in 2012 and produced by Quattro Media. It is a part of the series The biggest peak project in history (5/6). It features Ralf Weber, Thomas Senf, Stephan Siegrist, David Lama, Peter Ortner, Corey Rich and others.

    Germany / 26 min

    Cerro Standhardt, Ataraxia und Trango Tower

    Ben Benson

    • 2012
    • Germany
    • 26 min
    Cerro Standhardt, Ataraxia und Trango Tower is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Cerro Standhardt and Mount Marcus Baker. It was directed by Ben Benson in 2012 and produced by Quattro Media. It is a part of the series The biggest peak project in history (5/6). It features Ralf Weber, Thomas Senf, Stephan Siegrist, David Lama, Peter Ortner, Corey Rich and others.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Paradice

    Paradice

    Nicolas Hojac (2019)

    In winter, the Alps turn into a paradise for top alpine sport. Huge waterfalls freeze to ice and leave unique formations. Paradice shows three of the most beautiful Swiss ice climbing tours from an unusual perspective. A film about risk, responsibility and the beauty of nature. A film featuring Jonas Schild, Nicolas Hojac and Stephan Siegrist.

    Switzerland / 18 min

    Paradice

    Nicolas Hojac, Jonas Schild, Daniel Bleuer

    • 2019
    • Switzerland
    • 18 min
    In winter, the Alps turn into a paradise for top alpine sport. Huge waterfalls freeze to ice and leave unique formations. Paradice shows three of the most beautiful Swiss ice climbing tours from an unusual perspective. A film about risk, responsibility and the beauty of nature. A film featuring Jonas Schild, Nicolas Hojac and Stephan Siegrist.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Lifelines

    Lifelines

    Frank Kretschmann (2020)

    Roger Schäli and Stefan Siegrist share a close connected past in their young twenties. They started their climbing career together, living in a shared house in Interlaken. It was the crib where they started and planned their expeditions and future lives. Both became famous alpinists, but throughout the different tasks in life, they became alienated. But what used to connect them - climbing, mountains, alpinism, still works today. Roger and Stefan are daring and daunting another first ascent and are winning back their 'lost friendship'. The film tries to take a look at what goes on behind the scenes and tell the mutual story of two exceptional climbers.

    Switzerland / 23 min

    Lifelines

    Frank Kretschmann

    • 2020
    • Switzerland
    • 23 min
    Roger Schäli and Stefan Siegrist share a close connected past in their young twenties. They started their climbing career together, living in a shared house in Interlaken. It was the crib where they started and planned their expeditions and future lives. Both became famous alpinists, but throughout the different tasks in life, they became alienated. But what used to connect them - climbing, mountains, alpinism, still works today. Roger and Stefan are daring and daunting another first ascent and are winning back their 'lost friendship'. The film tries to take a look at what goes on behind the scenes and tell the mutual story of two exceptional climbers.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Eiszeit Vod

    Eiszeit

    Max Reichel (2008)

    During a six-week trip to Queen Maud Land in Antarctica, Bavarian brothers Alex and Thomas Huber, along with Stephan Siegrist from Switzerland, climbed new routes on two enormous, otherworldy rock towers thrusting from the ice cap. The trio made the first ascent of the 2,500-foot west face of Holtanna, the north buttress of Holtanna, and the west buttress of Ulvetanna. A film by Max Reichel and Franz Hinterbrandner produced by Timeline Productions.

    Germany / 52 min

    Eiszeit

    Max Reichel, Franz Hinterbrandner

    • 2008
    • Germany
    • 52 min
    During a six-week trip to Queen Maud Land in Antarctica, Bavarian brothers Alex and Thomas Huber, along with Stephan Siegrist from Switzerland, climbed new routes on two enormous, otherworldy rock towers thrusting from the ice cap. The trio made the first ascent of the 2,500-foot west face of Holtanna, the north buttress of Holtanna, and the west buttress of Ulvetanna. A film by Max Reichel and Franz Hinterbrandner produced by Timeline Productions.

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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 / Expedition Journal

    Antarctica - Climbing in the perpetual ice

    Antarctica - Climbing in the perpetual ice

    Max Reichel (2009)

    During a six-week trip to Queen Maud Land in Antarctica, Bavarian brothers Alex and Thomas Huber, along with Stephan Siegrist from Switzerland, climbed new routes on two enormous, otherworldy rock towers thrusting from the ice cap. The trio made the first ascent of the 2,500-foot west face of Holtanna, the north buttress of Holtanna, and the west buttress of Ulvetanna. Shortened version of the fifty minutes documentary 'Eiszeit: Reflexion einer expedition'.

    Germany / 27 min

    Antarctica - Climbing in the perpetual ice

    Max Reichel

    • 2009
    • Germany
    • 27 min
    During a six-week trip to Queen Maud Land in Antarctica, Bavarian brothers Alex and Thomas Huber, along with Stephan Siegrist from Switzerland, climbed new routes on two enormous, otherworldy rock towers thrusting from the ice cap. The trio made the first ascent of the 2,500-foot west face of Holtanna, the north buttress of Holtanna, and the west buttress of Ulvetanna. Shortened version of the fifty minutes documentary 'Eiszeit: Reflexion einer expedition'.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Am Limit Vod

    Am Limit

    Pepe Danquart (2007)

    Thomas and Alexander Huber, risk-takers in the extreme, rank as two of the best mountain climbers of our time. Now the two Huber brothers have set out to break the record in speed climbing at the wall of all walls, the 2,900 foot vertical "Nose" of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley, California. Featuring breathtaking footage of the mountains of Patagonia and Yosemite National Park, Academy Award winner Pepe Danquart follows the Huber brothers to locations never before reached by a film crew. To the Limit is a portrait of two competitive brothers who go to the very edge of the possible, physically and psychologically.

    Germany, Austria / 96 min

    Am Limit

    Pepe Danquart

    • 2007
    • Germany, Austria
    • 96 min
    Thomas and Alexander Huber, risk-takers in the extreme, rank as two of the best mountain climbers of our time. Now the two Huber brothers have set out to break the record in speed climbing at the wall of all walls, the 2,900 foot vertical "Nose" of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley, California. Featuring breathtaking footage of the mountains of Patagonia and Yosemite National Park, Academy Award winner Pepe Danquart follows the Huber brothers to locations never before reached by a film crew. To the Limit is a portrait of two competitive brothers who go to the very edge of the possible, physically and psychologically.

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  • Documentary / Biographical

    Thomas, der Huberbua

    Thomas, der Huberbua

    Malte Roeper (2018)

    Together with his brother Alexander, Thomas Huber has managed to turn his mountaineering passion into a profession. Despite the lasting athletic success, the love for his children, and a happy marriage he is burdened by the pressure to juggle it all. To find release, the older Huber boy among all possible hobbies picks one that is even more dangerous than climbing: Base jumping. This portrait documentary is part of the series Lebenslinien (Lifelines) of the German television.

    Germany / 44 min

    Thomas, der Huberbua

    Malte Roeper

    • 2018
    • Germany
    • 44 min
    Together with his brother Alexander, Thomas Huber has managed to turn his mountaineering passion into a profession. Despite the lasting athletic success, the love for his children, and a happy marriage he is burdened by the pressure to juggle it all. To find release, the older Huber boy among all possible hobbies picks one that is even more dangerous than climbing: Base jumping. This portrait documentary is part of the series Lebenslinien (Lifelines) of the German television.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Cerro Kishtwar - An Ice Cold Story

    Julian Zanker (2018)

    The Kashmir mountains were barred to foreign alpinists for several years. The ban was lifted early in 2010 and Stephan Siegrist, Denis Burdet, and David Lama made the first expedition into the region the following year to climb Cerro Kishtwar alpine style. They reached the summit via the north-west side. Siegrist had spotted a new line on the face, however, and returned in 2017 with Huber and Zanker, but the difficulties were harder than expected and they encountered difficult technical climbing.

    Germany / 29 min

    Cerro Kishtwar - An Ice Cold Story

    Julian Zanker

    • 2018
    • Germany
    • 29 min
    The Kashmir mountains were barred to foreign alpinists for several years. The ban was lifted early in 2010 and Stephan Siegrist, Denis Burdet, and David Lama made the first expedition into the region the following year to climb Cerro Kishtwar alpine style. They reached the summit via the north-west side. Siegrist had spotted a new line on the face, however, and returned in 2017 with Huber and Zanker, but the difficulties were harder than expected and they encountered difficult technical climbing.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Eiger-Nordwand Live - Die Höhepunkte in 4 Stunden

    Eiger-Nordwand Live - Die Höhepunkte in 4 Stunden

    Helmut Heim (1999)

    In 1999, the Swiss television produced in collaboration with the West German radio broadcast the Eiger North Face Live. The Swiss mountain professionals Evelyne Binsack, Stephan Siegrist, Hans Ruedi Gerts and German Ralf Dujmovits climbed 9 and 10 September the Eiger in 30 hours during a live broadcast. Filmed while they were in the wall of cameras whose positions were very flexible use by helicopters. In addition, a five-kilometer away from the wall camera was used and the climbers wore special helmet cameras. During the transfer, there were high ratings (Switzerland: 63%).

    Switzerland / 225 min

    Eiger-Nordwand Live - Die Höhepunkte in 4 Stunden

    Helmut Heim, Thomas M. Lindner

    • 1999
    • Switzerland
    • 225 min
    In 1999, the Swiss television produced in collaboration with the West German radio broadcast the Eiger North Face Live. The Swiss mountain professionals Evelyne Binsack, Stephan Siegrist, Hans Ruedi Gerts and German Ralf Dujmovits climbed 9 and 10 September the Eiger in 30 hours during a live broadcast. Filmed while they were in the wall of cameras whose positions were very flexible use by helicopters. In addition, a five-kilometer away from the wall camera was used and the climbers wore special helmet cameras. During the transfer, there were high ratings (Switzerland: 63%).

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  • Documentary / Live Broadcast

    Eiger-Nordwand Live DVD

    Eiger-Nordwand Live

    Helmut Heim (1999)

    In 1999, the Swiss television produced in collaboration with the West German radio broadcast the Eiger North Face Live. The Swiss mountain professionals Evelyne Binsack, Stephan Siegrist, Hans Ruedi Gerts ch and German Ralf Dujmovits climbed 9 and 10 September the Eiger in 30 hours during a live broadcast. Filmed while they were in the wall of cameras whose positions were very flexible use by helicopters. In addition, a five-kilometer away from the wall camera was used and the climbers wore special helmet cameras. During the transfer, there were high ratings (Switzerland: 63%).

    Switzerland / 1920 min

    Eiger-Nordwand Live

    Helmut Heim, Thomas M. Lindner

    • 1999
    • Switzerland
    • 1920 min
    In 1999, the Swiss television produced in collaboration with the West German radio broadcast the Eiger North Face Live. The Swiss mountain professionals Evelyne Binsack, Stephan Siegrist, Hans Ruedi Gerts ch and German Ralf Dujmovits climbed 9 and 10 September the Eiger in 30 hours during a live broadcast. Filmed while they were in the wall of cameras whose positions were very flexible use by helicopters. In addition, a five-kilometer away from the wall camera was used and the climbers wore special helmet cameras. During the transfer, there were high ratings (Switzerland: 63%).

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