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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Portrait de René Desmaison

    Portrait de René Desmaison

    Bernard Choquet (1986)

    Portrait de René Desmaison is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Grandes Jorasses and Pilier Du Freney. It was directed by Bernard Dumont in 1986 and produced by Les Films du Soleil. It is a part of the series Les conquerants de l'impossible (2/3). It features René Desmaison, Simone Desmaison, Jean Couzy, Serge Gousseault and Gary Hemming.

    France / 52 min

    Portrait de René Desmaison

    Bernard Choquet, Bernard Dumont

    • 1986
    • France
    • 52 min
    Portrait de René Desmaison is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Grandes Jorasses and Pilier Du Freney. It was directed by Bernard Dumont in 1986 and produced by Les Films du Soleil. It is a part of the series Les conquerants de l'impossible (2/3). It features René Desmaison, Simone Desmaison, Jean Couzy, Serge Gousseault and Gary Hemming.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Portrait de groupe

    Portrait de groupe

    Bernard Choquet (1986)

    Portrait de groupe is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Verdon Gorge and Toulon. It was directed by Bernard Dumont in 1986 and produced by Les Films du Soleil. It is a part of the series Les conquerants de l'impossible (3/3). It features Patrick Berhault, Patrick Edlinger, Eric Escoffier, Christophe Profit, Laurent Chevallier, Jean-Paul Janssen and others.

    France / 55 min

    Portrait de groupe

    Bernard Choquet, Bernard Dumont

    • 1986
    • France
    • 55 min
    Portrait de groupe is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Verdon Gorge and Toulon. It was directed by Bernard Dumont in 1986 and produced by Les Films du Soleil. It is a part of the series Les conquerants de l'impossible (3/3). It features Patrick Berhault, Patrick Edlinger, Eric Escoffier, Christophe Profit, Laurent Chevallier, Jean-Paul Janssen and others.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Pap's et Zébulon

    Philippe Lallet (1986)

    Jean-Noel Roche (Pap's) and his 12-year-old son Bertrand (Zébulon) live a life of adventure and freedom in perfect harmony. Jean-Noel, 36 years old, is a mountain guide and has handed down to his son not only a love for the mountains but also a calculated sense of risk. His son climbed Mount Blanc and descended by paraglide when he was ten. In the film father and son, after having climbed the Monolithe de Sardières in France, travel to the United States, where they climb and paraglide in Castleton Tower and Black Canyon, just before moving to Yosemite Valley to climb and paraglide El Capitan.

    France / 34 min

    Pap's et Zébulon

    Philippe Lallet

    • 1986
    • France
    • 34 min
    Jean-Noel Roche (Pap's) and his 12-year-old son Bertrand (Zébulon) live a life of adventure and freedom in perfect harmony. Jean-Noel, 36 years old, is a mountain guide and has handed down to his son not only a love for the mountains but also a calculated sense of risk. His son climbed Mount Blanc and descended by paraglide when he was ten. In the film father and son, after having climbed the Monolithe de Sardières in France, travel to the United States, where they climb and paraglide in Castleton Tower and Black Canyon, just before moving to Yosemite Valley to climb and paraglide El Capitan.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Les vacances d'Isabelle

    Les vacances d'Isabelle

    Philippe Lallet (1989)

    This report of the French television program Ushuaïa, le magazine de l'extrême, broadcasted on TF1, presents us Isabelle Patissier, the French rock climbing champion and the first woman to climb an 8b (5.13d) route, climbing the spectacular Monkey Face in Smith Rock (USA) at the age of 22. The film was directed by Philippe Lallet.

    France / 6 min

    Les vacances d'Isabelle

    Philippe Lallet

    • 1989
    • France
    • 6 min
    This report of the French television program Ushuaïa, le magazine de l'extrême, broadcasted on TF1, presents us Isabelle Patissier, the French rock climbing champion and the first woman to climb an 8b (5.13d) route, climbing the spectacular Monkey Face in Smith Rock (USA) at the age of 22. The film was directed by Philippe Lallet.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    La Voie Royale

    La Voie Royale

    Philippe Lallet (1988)

    This report of the French television program Ushuaïa, le magazine de l'extrême, broadcasted on TF1, presents us Isabelle Patissier, the French rock climbing champion, and the first woman to climb an 8b (5.13d) route, climbing Échographie (8a), a 350meters high multi-pitch route at the Verdon Gorge (France). A film directed by Philippe Lallet.

    France / 7 min

    La Voie Royale

    Philippe Lallet

    • 1988
    • France
    • 7 min
    This report of the French television program Ushuaïa, le magazine de l'extrême, broadcasted on TF1, presents us Isabelle Patissier, the French rock climbing champion, and the first woman to climb an 8b (5.13d) route, climbing Échographie (8a), a 350meters high multi-pitch route at the Verdon Gorge (France). A film directed by Philippe Lallet.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    La Forêt des Pierres

    La Forêt des Pierres

    Philippe Lallet (1989)

    This report of the French television program Ushuaïa, le magazine de l'extrême, broadcasted on TF1, presents us Isabelle Patissier and a very young Stefan Glowacz, two world climbing champions, climbing together in the rocks of Meteora (Greece). The pair climb the vertical rock pillars and the houses that are built on top of them. Isabelle was the first woman to climb an 8b (5.13d) route. The film was directed by Philippe Lallet.

    France / 10 min

    La Forêt des Pierres

    Philippe Lallet

    • 1989
    • France
    • 10 min
    This report of the French television program Ushuaïa, le magazine de l'extrême, broadcasted on TF1, presents us Isabelle Patissier and a very young Stefan Glowacz, two world climbing champions, climbing together in the rocks of Meteora (Greece). The pair climb the vertical rock pillars and the houses that are built on top of them. Isabelle was the first woman to climb an 8b (5.13d) route. The film was directed by Philippe Lallet.

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  • Drama / Adventure

    La Voie Jackson DVD

    La Voie Jackson

    Gérard Herzog (1981)

    Two rope parties are competing for a famous impassable face in the Mont Blanc Massif. All along the difficulties they are facing, characters are refined, even sharpened. When exhaustion and death occur, the two parties merge and the new group try to escape to death.

    France / 250 min

    La Voie Jackson

    Gérard Herzog

    • 1981
    • France
    • 250 min
    Two rope parties are competing for a famous impassable face in the Mont Blanc Massif. All along the difficulties they are facing, characters are refined, even sharpened. When exhaustion and death occur, the two parties merge and the new group try to escape to death.

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