Filmography

Steve McClure

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Steve McClure 9a+

    Richard Heap (2007)

    A rigorous examination of red-pointing following Steve McClure's as he attempts the first ascent of Britain's hardest sport climb.

    UK / 22 min

    Steve McClure 9a+

    Richard Heap, Ben Pritchard

    • 2007
    • UK
    • 22 min
    A rigorous examination of red-pointing following Steve McClure's as he attempts the first ascent of Britain's hardest sport climb.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Nightmayer

    Nightmayer

    Keith Sharples (2019)

    Climber Steve McClure has always been inspired by the Cromlech in Llanberis Pass gradually making his way through all the classics over the years, however, one challenge remained: 'Nightmayer' at a hefty E8 6c'. In this short and engrossing film, we join Steve on his goal to make a successful 'on sight' of this infamous route, a feat which has never been achieved before. The film is part of the 2019 Brit Rock Film Tour.

    UK / 6 min

    Nightmayer

    Keith Sharples

    • 2019
    • UK
    • 6 min
    Climber Steve McClure has always been inspired by the Cromlech in Llanberis Pass gradually making his way through all the classics over the years, however, one challenge remained: 'Nightmayer' at a hefty E8 6c'. In this short and engrossing film, we join Steve on his goal to make a successful 'on sight' of this infamous route, a feat which has never been achieved before. The film is part of the 2019 Brit Rock Film Tour.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    The Big Bang

    The Big Bang

    David Petts (2019)

    In september 2019, when Emma Twyford powered, crimped and screamed her way to the top of The Big Bang at Lower Pen Trywn, she ended a three-year battle and entered British climbing’s history books as the first British woman to break the 9a barrier. In this 30-minute epic film, we follow her on her three-year journey to climb the route. Emma's ascent was the third absolute ascent of this route, first climbed in 1996 by Neil Carson. James McHaffie made the second ascent in 2011.

    UK / 30 min

    The Big Bang

    David Petts

    • 2019
    • UK
    • 30 min
    In september 2019, when Emma Twyford powered, crimped and screamed her way to the top of The Big Bang at Lower Pen Trywn, she ended a three-year battle and entered British climbing’s history books as the first British woman to break the 9a barrier. In this 30-minute epic film, we follow her on her three-year journey to climb the route. Emma's ascent was the third absolute ascent of this route, first climbed in 1996 by Neil Carson. James McHaffie made the second ascent in 2011.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Steve McClure and Neil Mawson in Verdon Gorge

    Richard Heap (2014)

    Take Steve McClure and Neil Mawson throw them into the dizzying Verdon Gorge then stir well with the film-making skills of Rich Heap and Ben Pritchard. Attempting a spectacular multi-pitch route, the duo find themselves way off route and have to dig deep to find success.

    UK / 22 min

    Steve McClure and Neil Mawson in Verdon Gorge

    Steve McClure and Neil Mawson in Verdon Gorge

    Richard Heap, Ben Pritchard

    • 2014
    • UK
    • 22 min
    Take Steve McClure and Neil Mawson throw them into the dizzying Verdon Gorge then stir well with the film-making skills of Rich Heap and Ben Pritchard. Attempting a spectacular multi-pitch route, the duo find themselves way off route and have to dig deep to find success.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Hand Picked

    Ian Burton (2013)

    A five episodes series by Marmot featuring some of their UK based Pro Athletes. Each film showcases a classic crag in Britain, highlighting the athletes' favourite routes and areas: Lucy Creamer's in Avon Gorge, Jack Geldard's in Anglesey, Neil Mawson's in Pembroke, Steve McClure's in Malham Cove, and Leah Crane's in St Bees.

    UK / 41 min

    Hand Picked

    Ian Burton

    • 2013
    • UK
    • 41 min
    A five episodes series by Marmot featuring some of their UK based Pro Athletes. Each film showcases a classic crag in Britain, highlighting the athletes' favourite routes and areas: Lucy Creamer's in Avon Gorge, Jack Geldard's in Anglesey, Neil Mawson's in Pembroke, Steve McClure's in Malham Cove, and Leah Crane's in St Bees.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Beyond limits

    Richie Patterson (2018)

    Ever wanted to go deeper with your favorite climbers? Find out their background, what makes them tick, what drives them on and even how they see themselves? In Beyond Limits we delve into the life and mind of self-deprecating British climbing legend Steve McClure to get his very personal take on his climbing career. We track his life from his first steps in the mountains, to the accident that derailed him, and his subsequent journey to become Britain’s best-ever sport climber claiming the prize of the UK’s first 9b.

    UK / 21 min

    Beyond limits

    Richie Patterson, Euan Ryan

    • 2018
    • UK
    • 21 min
    Ever wanted to go deeper with your favorite climbers? Find out their background, what makes them tick, what drives them on and even how they see themselves? In Beyond Limits we delve into the life and mind of self-deprecating British climbing legend Steve McClure to get his very personal take on his climbing career. We track his life from his first steps in the mountains, to the accident that derailed him, and his subsequent journey to become Britain’s best-ever sport climber claiming the prize of the UK’s first 9b.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Reach Vod

    Reach

    David Petts (2017)

    A modern day climbing film centred around the past and present climbing talent in the UK. Filmed across the country to venues such as the Peak District, Malham Cove, Southern Sandstone and North Wales. Then further a field to Magic Wood in Switzerland and some incredible Caves in Bulgaria.

    UK / 65 min

    Reach

    David Petts

    • 2017
    • UK
    • 65 min
    A modern day climbing film centred around the past and present climbing talent in the UK. Filmed across the country to venues such as the Peak District, Malham Cove, Southern Sandstone and North Wales. Then further a field to Magic Wood in Switzerland and some incredible Caves in Bulgaria.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    There was no Robin des Blocs

    Guillaume Broust (2004)

    There was no Robin des Blocs is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Stanage and Raven Tor. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2004 and produced by Petzl. It features Alizée Dufraisse, Romain Pagnoux, Saïd Belhaj, Nicolas Nastorg, Jérôme Meyer, François Lombard and others.

    France / 12 min

    There was no Robin des Blocs

    Guillaume Broust, Laurent Lafouche

    • 2004
    • France
    • 12 min
    There was no Robin des Blocs is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Stanage and Raven Tor. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2004 and produced by Petzl. It features Alizée Dufraisse, Romain Pagnoux, Saïd Belhaj, Nicolas Nastorg, Jérôme Meyer, François Lombard and others.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Petzl Roctrip Gunks 2003

    Petzl Roctrip Gunks 2003

    Guillaume Broust (2003)

    Petzl Roctrip Gunks 2003 is a documentary about bouldering that takes place in The Gunks. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2003 and produced by Petzl. It is a part of the series Petzl Roctrip. It features Obe Carrion, Jason Kehl, Andy Raether, Dave Graham, Chris Sharma, Emily Harrington and others.

    France / 12 min

    Petzl Roctrip Gunks 2003

    Guillaume Broust, Laurent Lafouche

    • 2003
    • France
    • 12 min
    Petzl Roctrip Gunks 2003 is a documentary about bouldering that takes place in The Gunks. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2003 and produced by Petzl. It is a part of the series Petzl Roctrip. It features Obe Carrion, Jason Kehl, Andy Raether, Dave Graham, Chris Sharma, Emily Harrington and others.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Petzl Roctrip 2014 - On the road

    Rémi Steinberg (2014)

    Petzl Roctrip 2014 - On the road is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Baile Herculane and Vratsa. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2014 and produced by Petzl. It is a part of the series Petzl Roctrip. It features Nina Caprez, Arnaud Petit, Stéphanie Bodet, Chris Sharma, Cédric Lachat, Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll and others.

    France / 66 min

    Petzl Roctrip 2014 - On the road

    Rémi Steinberg, Mylène Routin, Guillaume Broust

    • 2014
    • France
    • 66 min
    Petzl Roctrip 2014 - On the road is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Baile Herculane and Vratsa. It was directed by Guillaume Broust in 2014 and produced by Petzl. It is a part of the series Petzl Roctrip. It features Nina Caprez, Arnaud Petit, Stéphanie Bodet, Chris Sharma, Cédric Lachat, Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll and others.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Rhapsody 3

    Paul Diffley (2008)

    Rhapsody 3 is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Dumbarton Rock. It was directed by Dave Brown in 2008 and produced by Hot Aches. It is a part of the series Committed - Volume II (4/5). It features Steve McClure and Sonnie Trotter.

    UK / 10 min

    Rhapsody 3

    Paul Diffley, Dave Brown

    • 2008
    • UK
    • 10 min
    Rhapsody 3 is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Dumbarton Rock. It was directed by Dave Brown in 2008 and produced by Hot Aches. It is a part of the series Committed - Volume II (4/5). It features Steve McClure and Sonnie Trotter.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Magic numbers Vod

    Magic numbers

    Alastair Lee (2007)

    Steve McClure is Britain's most accomplished sport climber as the awesome action footage in this mini profile demonstrates. Featuring Steve on his many 9a's at Britain's steepest limestone crags including his latest Kilnsey crimpfest. Plus an 8c first ascent and an 8b flash during the late hours of a French climbing festival, party!

    UK / 27 min

    Magic numbers

    Alastair Lee

    • 2007
    • UK
    • 27 min
    Steve McClure is Britain's most accomplished sport climber as the awesome action footage in this mini profile demonstrates. Featuring Steve on his many 9a's at Britain's steepest limestone crags including his latest Kilnsey crimpfest. Plus an 8c first ascent and an 8b flash during the late hours of a French climbing festival, party!

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