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    Was wissen wir übers Klettern? Vod

    Was wissen wir übers Klettern?

    Udo Neumann (2008)

    Die 2te lizenz zum klettern is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Montagne De Céüse and Finale Ligure. It was directed by Udo Neuman in 2008 and produced by Udini Mediaworks. It features Alexander Huber, David Lama, Kilian Fischhuber, Dave Graham, Chris Sharma, Adam Ondra and others.

    Germany / 75 min

    Was wissen wir übers Klettern?

    Udo Neumann

    • 2008
    • Germany
    • 75 min
    Die 2te lizenz zum klettern is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Montagne De Céüse and Finale Ligure. It was directed by Udo Neuman in 2008 and produced by Udini Mediaworks. It features Alexander Huber, David Lama, Kilian Fischhuber, Dave Graham, Chris Sharma, Adam Ondra and others.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    No pain, no gain

    No pain, no gain

    Andi Hechenberger (2004)

    No pain, no gain is a documentary about dry tooling that takes place in Pitztaler Glacier. It was directed by Andi Hechenberger in 2004 and produced by Black Diamond. It features Samuel Anthamatten, Simon Anthamatten, Jack Mueller, Petra Mueller, Ines Papert, Sandra Wielebnowski and others.

    Austria / 20 min

    No pain, no gain

    Andi Hechenberger

    • 2004
    • Austria
    • 20 min
    No pain, no gain is a documentary about dry tooling that takes place in Pitztaler Glacier. It was directed by Andi Hechenberger in 2004 and produced by Black Diamond. It features Samuel Anthamatten, Simon Anthamatten, Jack Mueller, Petra Mueller, Ines Papert, Sandra Wielebnowski and others.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Hidrofilia Vod

    Hidrofilia

    Jesús Bosque (2004)

    In one of the many fjords on the south coast of Greenland, there is what Europeans have named the Thumbnail, a granite wall 1,560 meters high, the largest cliff in the world. Cecilia and Roberta, two of the best climbers of the moment, are preparing the ascent. They approach by kayaks, paddling for several days between icebergs, whales and seals. Once they reach the foot of the cliff, they prepare the ascent calculating that they will spend a week on the wall: climbing, sleeping, living together ... If they succeed, they will break a world record completing the biggest route opened by women.

    Spain / 58 min

    Hidrofilia

    Jesús Bosque

    • 2004
    • Spain
    • 58 min
    In one of the many fjords on the south coast of Greenland, there is what Europeans have named the Thumbnail, a granite wall 1,560 meters high, the largest cliff in the world. Cecilia and Roberta, two of the best climbers of the moment, are preparing the ascent. They approach by kayaks, paddling for several days between icebergs, whales and seals. Once they reach the foot of the cliff, they prepare the ascent calculating that they will spend a week on the wall: climbing, sleeping, living together ... If they succeed, they will break a world record completing the biggest route opened by women.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Fuenfría

    Fuenfría

    Jesús Bosque (2006)

    In the valley of Chistau, in the depths of the Aragonese Pyrenees, the waters of the Fuenfría barely wet, in summer, the rock that collapses in 140 vertical meters on the deep canyon flanked by pines. The place is totally inaccessible in winter and it is not until 2004 when Iñaki Cabo, in its constant search for new challenges, discovers for the first time the imposing ice waterfall. In the winters of 2004 and 2005, all the routes are equipped, but the great challenge remains, the free climbing of the great tail of the waterfall. This is the most feared section, in continuous motion, it forms and falls a couple of times each season.

    Spain / 46 min

    Fuenfría

    Jesús Bosque

    • 2006
    • Spain
    • 46 min
    In the valley of Chistau, in the depths of the Aragonese Pyrenees, the waters of the Fuenfría barely wet, in summer, the rock that collapses in 140 vertical meters on the deep canyon flanked by pines. The place is totally inaccessible in winter and it is not until 2004 when Iñaki Cabo, in its constant search for new challenges, discovers for the first time the imposing ice waterfall. In the winters of 2004 and 2005, all the routes are equipped, but the great challenge remains, the free climbing of the great tail of the waterfall. This is the most feared section, in continuous motion, it forms and falls a couple of times each season.

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  • Documentary / Making Of

    Surviving vertical limit DVD

    Surviving vertical limit

    Jay Berriman (2000)

    In 1999 a film crew ventured into a perilous realm to film a drama, set on the most dangerous mountain on earth. That's how the making of Vertical limit is presented. The documentary takes a look at 'the dangers' that were faced during the making of the picture. After a promotional introduction, the film starts by following the actors while they are trained in rock climbing, mountaineering and ice climbing for one month. Then it shows the logistics problems of filming on the mountain (the mountain scenes were shot in the New Zealand's Southern Alps) and presents the story and the main characters. Finally it focusses on the work of the director and Ed Viesturs comments us about the featured mountain, K2.

    USA / 25 min

    Surviving vertical limit

    Jay Berriman

    • 2000
    • USA
    • 25 min
    In 1999 a film crew ventured into a perilous realm to film a drama, set on the most dangerous mountain on earth. That's how the making of Vertical limit is presented. The documentary takes a look at 'the dangers' that were faced during the making of the picture. After a promotional introduction, the film starts by following the actors while they are trained in rock climbing, mountaineering and ice climbing for one month. Then it shows the logistics problems of filming on the mountain (the mountain scenes were shot in the New Zealand's Southern Alps) and presents the story and the main characters. Finally it focusses on the work of the director and Ed Viesturs comments us about the featured mountain, K2.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    Yuji Hirayama de kuraimingu DVD

    Yuji Hirayama de kuraimingu

    Re.Birth (2009)

    Yuji Hirayama is a Japanese rock climber specializing in lead climbing competitions. He won two Lead World Cup, in 1998 (first Asian climber to win the title), and 2000. He is also famous for various speed records on El Capitan. In this instructional video and book, Yuji introduces us to the practice of free climbing, teaching us about the rules, climbing technique, belaying and gear on top rope and big wall climbing.

    Japan / 69 min

    Yuji Hirayama de kuraimingu

    Re.Birth

    • 2009
    • Japan
    • 69 min
    Yuji Hirayama is a Japanese rock climber specializing in lead climbing competitions. He won two Lead World Cup, in 1998 (first Asian climber to win the title), and 2000. He is also famous for various speed records on El Capitan. In this instructional video and book, Yuji introduces us to the practice of free climbing, teaching us about the rules, climbing technique, belaying and gear on top rope and big wall climbing.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    Outside the box DVD

    Outside the box

    Stefanie Brockhaus (2011)

    In 2011, climbers Anna Stöhr and Juliane Wurm came to the U.S. to prepare for the Boulder World Cup. Part of their training included climbing with Lynn Hill, who introduces both to crack climbing in Utah. As they head up Castleton Tower Hill shares her wisdom and experience with these two young women.

    Germany / 16 min

    Outside the box

    Stefanie Brockhaus

    • 2011
    • Germany
    • 16 min
    In 2011, climbers Anna Stöhr and Juliane Wurm came to the U.S. to prepare for the Boulder World Cup. Part of their training included climbing with Lynn Hill, who introduces both to crack climbing in Utah. As they head up Castleton Tower Hill shares her wisdom and experience with these two young women.

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  • Documentary / Instructional

    How to free climbing DVD

    How to free climbing

    (2004)

    From basic technics such as stretching and holding to advanced figures and movements such as double dyno. This is an instructional video about how to practice indoor climbing. Top climbers Keita Shigakaki and Yuko Sakakibara introduce in detail the necessary techniques for basic and advanced climbing.

    Japan / 60 min

    How to free climbing


    • 2004
    • Japan
    • 60 min
    From basic technics such as stretching and holding to advanced figures and movements such as double dyno. This is an instructional video about how to practice indoor climbing. Top climbers Keita Shigakaki and Yuko Sakakibara introduce in detail the necessary techniques for basic and advanced climbing.

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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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  • Drama / Mountain Drama

    Cerro Torre - Schrei aus Stein Vod

    Cerro Torre - Schrei aus Stein

    Werner Herzog (1991)

    Cerro Torre is the most difficult peak on earth and the greatest alpine challenge. Roccia is the greatest, most experienced mountain climber in the world, conqueror of all the world’s highest mountains. Martin, on the other hand, is the world’s top rated sports climber and the most outstanding representative of a new generation of mountain climbers. When the death of a mutual friend in an attempt to climb the mountain, and a love rivalry divides them, it results in a bitter climbing duel. The struggle between the youth and the veteran will pay off with dramatic results.

    Argentina, Canada, France, Germany, Italy / 105 min

    Cerro Torre - Schrei aus Stein

    Werner Herzog

    • 1991
    • Argentina, Canada, France, Germany, Italy
    • 105 min
    Cerro Torre is the most difficult peak on earth and the greatest alpine challenge. Roccia is the greatest, most experienced mountain climber in the world, conqueror of all the world’s highest mountains. Martin, on the other hand, is the world’s top rated sports climber and the most outstanding representative of a new generation of mountain climbers. When the death of a mutual friend in an attempt to climb the mountain, and a love rivalry divides them, it results in a bitter climbing duel. The struggle between the youth and the veteran will pay off with dramatic results.

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