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    Welcome to the hood Vod

    Welcome to the hood

    Paul Robinson (2012)

    Welcome to the Hood highlights the two month trip to Switzerland, Austria and France shared by climbers and friends Daniel Woods, Paul Robinson, Guntram Joerg and Anthony Gullsten. Climbing in Ticino, Murgtal, Silvretta, and Fontainebleau, the crew accomplished some of their biggest climbing achievements to date. Witness Guntram and Anthony send their first 8B+/8C, Paul make the First Ascent of an 8B+, and Daniel make the first 8B+/8C flash in the world.

    USA / 38 min

    Welcome to the hood

    Paul Robinson, Alexandra Kahn

    • 2012
    • USA
    • 38 min
    Welcome to the Hood highlights the two month trip to Switzerland, Austria and France shared by climbers and friends Daniel Woods, Paul Robinson, Guntram Joerg and Anthony Gullsten. Climbing in Ticino, Murgtal, Silvretta, and Fontainebleau, the crew accomplished some of their biggest climbing achievements to date. Witness Guntram and Anthony send their first 8B+/8C, Paul make the First Ascent of an 8B+, and Daniel make the first 8B+/8C flash in the world.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    5 Climbs, 5 islands DVD

    5 Climbs, 5 islands

    Richard Else (2010)

    As part of the preparation for the BBC Scotland’s hugely successful Great Climbs live outside broadcast, Dave MacLeod and Tim Emmett came up with the ultimate climbing challenge - five new routes of E6 and above in five days on five different Scottish islands. The idea behind this film was as a backup to be shown on the television in case the Great Climb was unable to go ahead. Tides, weather, fatigue and the sheer difficulty of the routes were all against them, but our plucky lads were, of course, up to the task!

    UK / 120 min

    5 Climbs, 5 islands

    Richard Else

    • 2010
    • UK
    • 120 min
    As part of the preparation for the BBC Scotland’s hugely successful Great Climbs live outside broadcast, Dave MacLeod and Tim Emmett came up with the ultimate climbing challenge - five new routes of E6 and above in five days on five different Scottish islands. The idea behind this film was as a backup to be shown on the television in case the Great Climb was unable to go ahead. Tides, weather, fatigue and the sheer difficulty of the routes were all against them, but our plucky lads were, of course, up to the task!

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    The sharp end Vod

    The sharp end

    Peter Mortimer (2007)

    "The Sharp End" showcases the climbers who risk everything to do the world's most dangerous and committing climbs. Run-out traditional routes, scary highball boulder problems, ice-covered alpine walls and all-or-nothing free-solo ascents are all part of the game. The film features Alex Honnold, Dean Potter, Mike Patz, Steph Davis, Tommy Caldwell, Jonny Copp, Lisa Rands and many more.

    USA / 64 min

    The sharp end

    Peter Mortimer, Nick Rosen

    • 2007
    • USA
    • 64 min
    "The Sharp End" showcases the climbers who risk everything to do the world's most dangerous and committing climbs. Run-out traditional routes, scary highball boulder problems, ice-covered alpine walls and all-or-nothing free-solo ascents are all part of the game. The film features Alex Honnold, Dean Potter, Mike Patz, Steph Davis, Tommy Caldwell, Jonny Copp, Lisa Rands and many more.

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  • Docudrama / Recreation

    The Bat DVD

    The Bat

    Jim Curran (1978)

    This award winning film tells the story of an epic first ascent by Robin Smith and Dougal Haston on Ben Nevis in 1959. The film is a re-enactment shot in a memorable week in 1978, when Rab Carrington played the part of Robin Smith and Brian Hall played Dougal Haston; Paul Nunn was safety officer. A cult classic based on Smith's famous tale 'The Bat & The Wicked' and interwoven with extracts from Hastons's autobiography 'In High Places', the narration gives a rare insight into the competitive world of extreme rock climbing. The Bat is an evocative tribute to two of Scotland's greatest climbers.

    UK / 28 min

    The Bat

    Jim Curran, Tony Riley

    • 1978
    • UK
    • 28 min
    This award winning film tells the story of an epic first ascent by Robin Smith and Dougal Haston on Ben Nevis in 1959. The film is a re-enactment shot in a memorable week in 1978, when Rab Carrington played the part of Robin Smith and Brian Hall played Dougal Haston; Paul Nunn was safety officer. A cult classic based on Smith's famous tale 'The Bat & The Wicked' and interwoven with extracts from Hastons's autobiography 'In High Places', the narration gives a rare insight into the competitive world of extreme rock climbing. The Bat is an evocative tribute to two of Scotland's greatest climbers.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    The Asgard project Vod

    The Asgard project

    Alastair Lee (2009)

    The film follows Leo Houlding's ambitious project to make a first free ascent on the North Tower of the incredible Mt Asgard on Baffin Island deep in the Arctic. Leo teams up with fellow big wall climbing god, Stanley Leary. The duo hope to make a wingsuit descent from the summit. Arriving late in the season the trip soon begins to go wrong, after a spectacular arrival skydiving over Mt Asgard, conditions turn against the team where just reaching the base of the climb becomes a massive challenge. Prior to the Baffin Island expedition the excitement builds with extreme training trips; Speed-climbing in Riglos, Spain, Wingsuit flying in Monte Brento, Italy and free climbing on El Capitan in Yosemite.

    UK / 65 min

    The Asgard project

    Alastair Lee

    • 2009
    • UK
    • 65 min
    The film follows Leo Houlding's ambitious project to make a first free ascent on the North Tower of the incredible Mt Asgard on Baffin Island deep in the Arctic. Leo teams up with fellow big wall climbing god, Stanley Leary. The duo hope to make a wingsuit descent from the summit. Arriving late in the season the trip soon begins to go wrong, after a spectacular arrival skydiving over Mt Asgard, conditions turn against the team where just reaching the base of the climb becomes a massive challenge. Prior to the Baffin Island expedition the excitement builds with extreme training trips; Speed-climbing in Riglos, Spain, Wingsuit flying in Monte Brento, Italy and free climbing on El Capitan in Yosemite.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    Masterclass 2 - Skills and tactics

    Adrian Croome (2005)

    2 Dvds made by Neil Gresham. Neil has been coaching, and writing about climbing and specifically training for climbing in the Uk for many years now, and has put most of his knowledge into 2 dvds. The second DVD is more about outdoor climbig and the mental aspects of climbing from redpointing, onsighting and also headpointing. The second DVD also has some great footage of Neil climbing some hard and scary (equilibrium E10) routes outdoors and what he does to get up them.

    UK / 74 min

    Masterclass 2 - Skills and tactics

    Adrian Croome, Neil Gresham

    • 2005
    • UK
    • 74 min
    2 Dvds made by Neil Gresham. Neil has been coaching, and writing about climbing and specifically training for climbing in the Uk for many years now, and has put most of his knowledge into 2 dvds. The second DVD is more about outdoor climbig and the mental aspects of climbing from redpointing, onsighting and also headpointing. The second DVD also has some great footage of Neil climbing some hard and scary (equilibrium E10) routes outdoors and what he does to get up them.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    Masterclass 1 - Technique and training

    Adrian Croome (2005)

    2 Dvds made by Neil Gresham. Neil has been coaching, and writing about climbing and specifically training for climbing in the Uk for many years now, and has put most of his knowledge into 2 dvds. The first one is a more basic video that starts off going through the basic techniques of climbing, where and how to use the basic moves.

    UK / 105 min

    Masterclass 1 - Technique and training

    Adrian Croome, Neil Gresham

    • 2005
    • UK
    • 105 min
    2 Dvds made by Neil Gresham. Neil has been coaching, and writing about climbing and specifically training for climbing in the Uk for many years now, and has put most of his knowledge into 2 dvds. The first one is a more basic video that starts off going through the basic techniques of climbing, where and how to use the basic moves.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Hard grit DVD

    Hard grit

    Mark Turnbull (1998)

    "Hard Grit" is the definitive insight into the most beautiful, yet dangerous genre of British climbing. Played out on the gritstone edges of the Pennines, this film has, for the first time, captured truly historic ascents of grit's ultimate climbs.

    UK / 63 min

    Hard grit

    Mark Turnbull, Richard Heap

    • 1998
    • UK
    • 63 min
    "Hard Grit" is the definitive insight into the most beautiful, yet dangerous genre of British climbing. Played out on the gritstone edges of the Pennines, this film has, for the first time, captured truly historic ascents of grit's ultimate climbs.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Citadel Vod

    Citadel

    Alastair Lee (2015)

    Dubbed ‘The Mountain God’, the 'Citadel' is a stunning 3000m peak in one of the remaining untouched corners of the Great Alaskan Range: The Neacola Mountains. Due to their typically poor conditions and remote location are largely unexplored. Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey are one the UK's most formidable partnerships in alpine climbing with many world class ascents to their names from the UK to the Alps and the greater ranges. Their objective is to make the first ascent of the extraordinary 1200m long north-west ridge.

    UK / 50 min

    Citadel

    Alastair Lee

    • 2015
    • UK
    • 50 min
    Dubbed ‘The Mountain God’, the 'Citadel' is a stunning 3000m peak in one of the remaining untouched corners of the Great Alaskan Range: The Neacola Mountains. Due to their typically poor conditions and remote location are largely unexplored. Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey are one the UK's most formidable partnerships in alpine climbing with many world class ascents to their names from the UK to the Alps and the greater ranges. Their objective is to make the first ascent of the extraordinary 1200m long north-west ridge.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Alan Hinkes DVD

    Alan Hinkes

    Terry Abraham (2017)

    An epic documentary celebrating legendary mountaineer Alan Hinkes OBE; the first and only Briton to have climbed all fourteen 8000m peaks, which he did on the 30 May 2005. Hinkes is a world-renowned International Mountain Guide having begun his outdoor career walking on the North Yorkshire Moors and is an active supporter of the British Mountaineering Council. A film by the award-winning and critically acclaimed filmmaker Terry Abraham (BBC hits 'Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike', 'Life of a Mountain: Blencathra').

    UK / 106 min

    Alan Hinkes

    Terry Abraham

    • 2017
    • UK
    • 106 min
    An epic documentary celebrating legendary mountaineer Alan Hinkes OBE; the first and only Briton to have climbed all fourteen 8000m peaks, which he did on the 30 May 2005. Hinkes is a world-renowned International Mountain Guide having begun his outdoor career walking on the North Yorkshire Moors and is an active supporter of the British Mountaineering Council. A film by the award-winning and critically acclaimed filmmaker Terry Abraham (BBC hits 'Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike', 'Life of a Mountain: Blencathra').

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Century on the crags DVD

    Century on the crags

    William Cartner (1986)

    Century on the crags is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Napes Needle and Great Gable. It was directed by William Cartner in 1986 and produced by Border Television. It features Alan Hankinson, Bill Peascod, Pete Whillance, Dave Armstrong, Dave MacDonald, Sue Kysow and others.

    UK / 48 min

    Century on the crags

    William Cartner

    • 1986
    • UK
    • 48 min
    Century on the crags is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Napes Needle and Great Gable. It was directed by William Cartner in 1986 and produced by Border Television. It features Alan Hankinson, Bill Peascod, Pete Whillance, Dave Armstrong, Dave MacDonald, Sue Kysow and others.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    Climbing wall essentials DVD

    Climbing wall essentials

    Tom Bond (2011)

    Climbing Wall Essentials DVD shows the skills needed to operate safely and efficiently in an indoor climbing centre. There are now climbing walls in almost every town and city across the UK, and huge numbers of people visit them every week. They have the advantage of being totally weatherproof and are easy to get to. Although indoor climbing walls may be perceived as a safe environment to learn how to climb and try new techniques, there are still plenty of pitfalls and dangers that must be avoided through knowledge and experience imparted in this DVD.

    UK / 93 min

    Climbing wall essentials

    Tom Bond, Rob Adie, Nick Bond, Jon Garside

    • 2011
    • UK
    • 93 min
    Climbing Wall Essentials DVD shows the skills needed to operate safely and efficiently in an indoor climbing centre. There are now climbing walls in almost every town and city across the UK, and huge numbers of people visit them every week. They have the advantage of being totally weatherproof and are easy to get to. Although indoor climbing walls may be perceived as a safe environment to learn how to climb and try new techniques, there are still plenty of pitfalls and dangers that must be avoided through knowledge and experience imparted in this DVD.

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