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    Bouldering 1st book - Basics of free climbing DVD

    Bouldering 1st book - Basics of free climbing

    (2006)

    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Dai Koyamada shows the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner. As a bonus, the film ends with extra footage of Dai Koyamada climbing in Shiobara, Switzerland and Germany.

    Japan / 45 min

    Bouldering 1st book - Basics of free climbing


    • 2006
    • Japan
    • 45 min
    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Dai Koyamada shows the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner. As a bonus, the film ends with extra footage of Dai Koyamada climbing in Shiobara, Switzerland and Germany.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    Rotpunkt

    Chelsea Jolly (2019)

    Through failure and success, Alex Megos strives to be the best climber in the world. The movie is a portrait of the German climber and a look into the history of free climbing including the likes of Kurt Albert and Wolfgang Güllich. The film analyses Megos through his strengths and weaknesses and delves into his origins, namely the start of the Rotpunkt movement, that revolutionary red dot invented in 1975 in Germany's Frankenjura by Kurt Albert which indicates that a route has been climbed free, without the use of aid for progression.

    USA / 51 min

    Rotpunkt

    Chelsea Jolly, Ken Etzel

    • 2019
    • USA
    • 51 min
    Through failure and success, Alex Megos strives to be the best climber in the world. The movie is a portrait of the German climber and a look into the history of free climbing including the likes of Kurt Albert and Wolfgang Güllich. The film analyses Megos through his strengths and weaknesses and delves into his origins, namely the start of the Rotpunkt movement, that revolutionary red dot invented in 1975 in Germany's Frankenjura by Kurt Albert which indicates that a route has been climbed free, without the use of aid for progression.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Voyager

    Joe O'Connor (2017)

    This film follows Irish climber David Fitzgerald, who after taking up the sport only 5 years ago traveled to the Peak District to try the hardest bouldering problems on grit. After sending Deliverance (7B+) and The Ace (8B) David set his sights on Voyager sit start (8B+). Voyager was set by Ben Moon in 2006 and had only been climbed by two others (Niccolò Ceria and Ned Feehally) before David. It is widely regarded as the hardest route on grit. David was filmed in the Peaks and in his home city of Dublin over the course of two months in spring 2017 while working on the route and training indoors.

    UK / 18 min

    Voyager

    Joe O'Connor

    • 2017
    • UK
    • 18 min
    This film follows Irish climber David Fitzgerald, who after taking up the sport only 5 years ago traveled to the Peak District to try the hardest bouldering problems on grit. After sending Deliverance (7B+) and The Ace (8B) David set his sights on Voyager sit start (8B+). Voyager was set by Ben Moon in 2006 and had only been climbed by two others (Niccolò Ceria and Ned Feehally) before David. It is widely regarded as the hardest route on grit. David was filmed in the Peaks and in his home city of Dublin over the course of two months in spring 2017 while working on the route and training indoors.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    The Alex Megos Formula

    Frank Kretschmann (2016)

    A film portrait about the young world-class climber Alexander Megos. The viewers go on a four-part journey in search of the secret formula as they join Alex on his travels and during his climbing projects and get to know his home and origin. The viewers try to find proof, leaning on basic concepts from physics like gravity, friction, momentum, and others, of the existence of the formula. All four episodes take a look at Alex from different vantage points and different subject areas, always connected to an analogy from physics. The search for the formula leads to the conclusion that Alex is more than the sum of his traits.

    Germany, Austria / 21 min

    The Alex Megos Formula

    Frank Kretschmann, Franz Walter

    • 2016
    • Germany, Austria
    • 21 min
    A film portrait about the young world-class climber Alexander Megos. The viewers go on a four-part journey in search of the secret formula as they join Alex on his travels and during his climbing projects and get to know his home and origin. The viewers try to find proof, leaning on basic concepts from physics like gravity, friction, momentum, and others, of the existence of the formula. All four episodes take a look at Alex from different vantage points and different subject areas, always connected to an analogy from physics. The search for the formula leads to the conclusion that Alex is more than the sum of his traits.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Silence

    Bernardo Giménez (2018)

    What does it take to climb the world’s first 9c? Let’s find out in Silence, a movie by Bernardo Giménez. It shows what preceded the afternoon of September 3, 2017, when Adam Ondra, a professional rock climber and currently one of the best climbers in the world, made a little piece of climbing history when he climbed his project in the spectacular Hanshelleren Cave in Norway. The route, later named Silence, received a new grade of 9c and became the hardest route in the world.

    Czech Republic / 18 min

    Silence

    Bernardo Giménez

    • 2018
    • Czech Republic
    • 18 min
    What does it take to climb the world’s first 9c? Let’s find out in Silence, a movie by Bernardo Giménez. It shows what preceded the afternoon of September 3, 2017, when Adam Ondra, a professional rock climber and currently one of the best climbers in the world, made a little piece of climbing history when he climbed his project in the spectacular Hanshelleren Cave in Norway. The route, later named Silence, received a new grade of 9c and became the hardest route in the world.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Up to speed Vod

    Up to speed

    Zachary Barr (2018)

    Climbing is in the next Olympics! Wait, the Olympic format includes Speed Climbing?!? Little known, and seldom practiced by the world’s best, Speed is a major curveball in climbing’s coming out party. Long-time climber and journalist Zachary Barr is determined to understand what this fringe sport is all about, searching for answers in the U.S, Europe, Iran, South Asia, and Moscow, Russia.

    USA / 21 min

    Up to speed

    Zachary Barr

    • 2018
    • USA
    • 21 min
    Climbing is in the next Olympics! Wait, the Olympic format includes Speed Climbing?!? Little known, and seldom practiced by the world’s best, Speed is a major curveball in climbing’s coming out party. Long-time climber and journalist Zachary Barr is determined to understand what this fringe sport is all about, searching for answers in the U.S, Europe, Iran, South Asia, and Moscow, Russia.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    Basic bouldering with Tomoko Ogawa DVD

    Basic bouldering with Tomoko Ogawa

    (2008)

    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Tomoko Ogawa and Kaori Kawabuchi show the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner.

    Japan / 42 min

    Basic bouldering with Tomoko Ogawa


    • 2008
    • Japan
    • 42 min
    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Tomoko Ogawa and Kaori Kawabuchi show the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    Easy to learn Bouldering DVD

    Easy to learn Bouldering

    (2010)

    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Akiyo Noguchi shows the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner.

    Japan / 35 min

    Easy to learn Bouldering


    • 2010
    • Japan
    • 35 min
    An instructional film about the bouldering basics that has been produced to accompany a didactic book. In the video, Akiyo Noguchi shows the nature of the basic moves in an easy-to-understand manner.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Psycho anthropologist

    Brian Lockwood (1992)

    Psycho-anthropologist, explorer and cinematographer Lawrence Blair has spent 15 years of his life exploring, living with, and filming native people of indonesia. Dave cullinan is the top downhill mountain bike rider around. He talks about what makes him the best at this sport. Lynn Hill makes a demonstration on rock climbing. A programme of the extreme sports series The Extremists.

    USA / 24 min

    Psycho anthropologist

    Brian Lockwood

    • 1992
    • USA
    • 24 min
    Psycho-anthropologist, explorer and cinematographer Lawrence Blair has spent 15 years of his life exploring, living with, and filming native people of indonesia. Dave cullinan is the top downhill mountain bike rider around. He talks about what makes him the best at this sport. Lynn Hill makes a demonstration on rock climbing. A programme of the extreme sports series The Extremists.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Sea kayaking

    John Aronson (1995)

    Gabrielle Reece attacks the pacific as she learns the 'ins and outs' of ocean kayaking. We scale the unknown with world champion rock climber Lynn Hill. Speed ski: champion and world record holder Jeff Hamilton races over 150 mph on ice and snow in his constant pursuit fir the 'next level'. A programme of the extreme sports series The Extremists.

    USA / 21 min

    Sea kayaking

    John Aronson, Chris Merritt

    • 1995
    • USA
    • 21 min
    Gabrielle Reece attacks the pacific as she learns the 'ins and outs' of ocean kayaking. We scale the unknown with world champion rock climber Lynn Hill. Speed ski: champion and world record holder Jeff Hamilton races over 150 mph on ice and snow in his constant pursuit fir the 'next level'. A programme of the extreme sports series The Extremists.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    Dai Koyamada borudaringu DVD

    Dai Koyamada borudaringu

    Re.Birth (2009)

    Dai Koyamada is a Japanese rock climber and known as one of the premier boulderers of his generation. Despite his shorter stature at 165 cm and 58 kg, Dai has excelled at a wide style of rock climbing at the highest level of difficulty. In this instructional video and book, Dai introduces us to the practice of indoor bouldering, teaching us about climbing technique, moves, gear, training and stretching.

    Japan / 53 min

    Dai Koyamada borudaringu

    Re.Birth

    • 2009
    • Japan
    • 53 min
    Dai Koyamada is a Japanese rock climber and known as one of the premier boulderers of his generation. Despite his shorter stature at 165 cm and 58 kg, Dai has excelled at a wide style of rock climbing at the highest level of difficulty. In this instructional video and book, Dai introduces us to the practice of indoor bouldering, teaching us about climbing technique, moves, gear, training and stretching.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Trío de Ases

    Antonio Perezgrueso (2017)

    Albert Guardia, Iván Germán and Urko Carmona suffered the amputation of a leg as a consequence of different traffic accidents, all three practiced climbing before the accidents. In this chapter they tell how the practice of this sport has helped them to overcome the loss. Albert Guardia, Iván Germán and Urko Carmona suffered the amputation of a leg as a consequence of different traffic accidents, all three practiced climbing. In this chapter they tell how the practice of this sport has helped them to overcome the loss of that limb. After several months of recovery, each of them and at different times, feel the need to return to an activity they did before the event. In this first part they tell how the practice of sport climbing has helped them to overcome the loss of that limb.

    Spain / 56 min

    Trío de Ases

    Antonio Perezgrueso

    • 2017
    • Spain
    • 56 min
    Albert Guardia, Iván Germán and Urko Carmona suffered the amputation of a leg as a consequence of different traffic accidents, all three practiced climbing before the accidents. In this chapter they tell how the practice of this sport has helped them to overcome the loss. Albert Guardia, Iván Germán and Urko Carmona suffered the amputation of a leg as a consequence of different traffic accidents, all three practiced climbing. In this chapter they tell how the practice of this sport has helped them to overcome the loss of that limb. After several months of recovery, each of them and at different times, feel the need to return to an activity they did before the event. In this first part they tell how the practice of sport climbing has helped them to overcome the loss of that limb.

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