Filmography

Vitus Auer

3 films

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Das Ötztal - Tal der Vielfalt und Gegensätze

    Das Ötztal - Tal der Vielfalt und Gegensätze

    Hans-Peter Stauber (2017)

    In the first episode 'Bergwelten on Tour' visits the Ötztal in Tyrol, the longest transverse valley of the Eastern Alps. A valley full of cultural and scenic diversity. It ranges from icy glaciers to gentle meadows, from high alpine rugged landscapes to the mild climate in the valley, from action-packed events to quiet and secluded retreats. Five climatic and scenic zones extend over the almost 70 km of the valley and are reflected accordingly in the cultural breadth of the valley.

    Austria / 47 min

    Das Ötztal - Tal der Vielfalt und Gegensätze

    Hans-Peter Stauber

    • 2017
    • Austria
    • 47 min
    In the first episode 'Bergwelten on Tour' visits the Ötztal in Tyrol, the longest transverse valley of the Eastern Alps. A valley full of cultural and scenic diversity. It ranges from icy glaciers to gentle meadows, from high alpine rugged landscapes to the mild climate in the valley, from action-packed events to quiet and secluded retreats. Five climatic and scenic zones extend over the almost 70 km of the valley and are reflected accordingly in the cultural breadth of the valley.

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  • Docudrama / Historical

    Ama Dablam DVD

    Ama Dablam

    Reinhold Messner (2017)

    For locals, Nepalese Mt. Ama Dablam (6,814 m / 22,356 ft) is a holy mountain, for many others at least the world’s most beautiful. In 1978 Peter Hillary together with three friends hopes to open its west face, but the mountaineers are hit by an ice avalanche. Reinhold Messner and Oswald Oelz happen to be climbing on the same mountain on a different route. They terminate their tour immediately and try to achieve the impossible: to save the New Zealanders. A race against time ensues…

    Austria / 47 min

    Ama Dablam

    Reinhold Messner

    • 2017
    • Austria
    • 47 min
    For locals, Nepalese Mt. Ama Dablam (6,814 m / 22,356 ft) is a holy mountain, for many others at least the world’s most beautiful. In 1978 Peter Hillary together with three friends hopes to open its west face, but the mountaineers are hit by an ice avalanche. Reinhold Messner and Oswald Oelz happen to be climbing on the same mountain on a different route. They terminate their tour immediately and try to achieve the impossible: to save the New Zealanders. A race against time ensues…

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  • Docudrama / Chronicle

    Still alive - Drama am Mt. Kenya DVD

    Still alive - Drama am Mt. Kenya

    Reinhold Messner (2016)

    September 5th, 1970: Oswald Ölz and Gert Judmaier, two young Austrian climbers, have just left the summit of Mount Kenya (at 5,199 m, the second highest mountain in Africa) and begin their climb back down the North Face. Suddenly, a rock breaks loose from the cliff face and sends Judmaier plummeting downwards. With his leg severely injured, there is no chance of getting him down the mountain to medical attention any time soon. What starts now, is the first intercontinental rescue mission organized from Innsbruck. After seven days, Gert Judmaier can finally be recovered from the cliff wall and flown to the University Hospital in Innsbruck. More than 40 years later, Prof. Oswald Ölz and Prof. Gert Judmaier are once again on their way to Mount Kenya, this time to celebrate the success of the 1970 rescue mission.

    Austria, Germany / 88 min

    Still alive - Drama am Mt. Kenya

    Reinhold Messner

    • 2016
    • Austria, Germany
    • 88 min
    September 5th, 1970: Oswald Ölz and Gert Judmaier, two young Austrian climbers, have just left the summit of Mount Kenya (at 5,199 m, the second highest mountain in Africa) and begin their climb back down the North Face. Suddenly, a rock breaks loose from the cliff face and sends Judmaier plummeting downwards. With his leg severely injured, there is no chance of getting him down the mountain to medical attention any time soon. What starts now, is the first intercontinental rescue mission organized from Innsbruck. After seven days, Gert Judmaier can finally be recovered from the cliff wall and flown to the University Hospital in Innsbruck. More than 40 years later, Prof. Oswald Ölz and Prof. Gert Judmaier are once again on their way to Mount Kenya, this time to celebrate the success of the 1970 rescue mission.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    DVD / BLU-RAY

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