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    La macchina del tempo DVD

    La macchina del tempo

    Valerio Folco (2006)

    A biography of the promising young climber Massimo Farina, who fell to his death in February 2005 after the collapse of the "Tubo" ice climb in the Rhemes Valley.

    Italy / 58 min

    La macchina del tempo

    Valerio Folco, Luca Bich

    • 2006
    • Italy
    • 58 min
    A biography of the promising young climber Massimo Farina, who fell to his death in February 2005 after the collapse of the "Tubo" ice climb in the Rhemes Valley.

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    Ice up DVD

    Ice up

    Bertrand Delapierre (2004)

    Rather than emphasizing performance, this film about waterfall ice climbing and dry-tooling aims to captivate the viewer through the beauty of the locales and the routes, and the enjoyment found in the activity. Featured climbers include Frenchmen François Damilano, Daniel Dulac and Stéphane Hussot, and Canadian Guy Lacelle.

    France / 28 min

    Ice up

    Bertrand Delapierre

    • 2004
    • France
    • 28 min
    Rather than emphasizing performance, this film about waterfall ice climbing and dry-tooling aims to captivate the viewer through the beauty of the locales and the routes, and the enjoyment found in the activity. Featured climbers include Frenchmen François Damilano, Daniel Dulac and Stéphane Hussot, and Canadian Guy Lacelle.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    La sorcière blanche DVD

    La sorcière blanche

    Bertrand Delapierre (2006)

    A film about the first ascent of a new and difficult icefall - La Sorciere Blanche in the famous Cirque du Fer a Cheval in France.

    France / 31 min

    La sorcière blanche

    Bertrand Delapierre, François Damilano

    • 2006
    • France
    • 31 min
    A film about the first ascent of a new and difficult icefall - La Sorciere Blanche in the famous Cirque du Fer a Cheval in France.

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    Fools with tools

    Dave Brown (2004)

    In this fast-flowing climbing film that doesn't take itself too seriously, a group of unremarkable but determined climbers from Edinburgh attempts to repeat Scott Muir's dry-tooling test piece "Fast and Furious". Follow the fools' indoor training, easier "warm-up" routes and finally their attempts on the actual route. Self-deprecating humour and genuine human emotion surface when the climbers push themselves to their own physical and mental limits.

    UK / 16 min

    Fools with tools

    Dave Brown, Paul Diffley

    • 2004
    • UK
    • 16 min
    In this fast-flowing climbing film that doesn't take itself too seriously, a group of unremarkable but determined climbers from Edinburgh attempts to repeat Scott Muir's dry-tooling test piece "Fast and Furious". Follow the fools' indoor training, easier "warm-up" routes and finally their attempts on the actual route. Self-deprecating humour and genuine human emotion surface when the climbers push themselves to their own physical and mental limits.

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  • Documentary / Climbing Journal

    All mixed up Vod

    All mixed up

    Dave Brown (2005)

    All Mixed Up is a gripping tale of two female climbers from Scotland as they push their limits to see if they have what it takes in the spectacular Canadian Rockies. Tackling some of the steepest and toughest routes in the country, their roller coaster ride of self-questioning and sheer bloody-mindedness dressed up as determination is an inspirational story of success in the hard world of winter mixed climbing.

    UK / 38 min

    All mixed up

    Dave Brown, Paul Diffley

    • 2005
    • UK
    • 38 min
    All Mixed Up is a gripping tale of two female climbers from Scotland as they push their limits to see if they have what it takes in the spectacular Canadian Rockies. Tackling some of the steepest and toughest routes in the country, their roller coaster ride of self-questioning and sheer bloody-mindedness dressed up as determination is an inspirational story of success in the hard world of winter mixed climbing.

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    Tool'em all DVD

    Tool'em all

    Cristian Furlan (2001)

    In progression on rocks and ice, on the most difficult and spectacular waterfalls in the world, the alpinist from Trieste in "Tool'em All" takes the viewer into a sensational vertical universe, an excursion at the maximum level of difficulty on the routes he has repeated many times in recent years, from Val di Cogne to the Canadian waterfalls.

    Italy / 25 min

    Tool'em all

    Cristian Furlan

    • 2001
    • Italy
    • 25 min
    In progression on rocks and ice, on the most difficult and spectacular waterfalls in the world, the alpinist from Trieste in "Tool'em All" takes the viewer into a sensational vertical universe, an excursion at the maximum level of difficulty on the routes he has repeated many times in recent years, from Val di Cogne to the Canadian waterfalls.

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    Single handed

    Paul Diffley (2009)

    Kevin Shields is known as the "one-handed climber". Despite being born with most of his left hand missing, Kevin has made some impressive and bold climbing ascents. The film examines his motivations and follows his progression through the climbing grades, culminating in a terrifying attempt to solo an E6 in Glen Nevis, Scotland.

    UK / 15 min

    Single handed

    Paul Diffley

    • 2009
    • UK
    • 15 min
    Kevin Shields is known as the "one-handed climber". Despite being born with most of his left hand missing, Kevin has made some impressive and bold climbing ascents. The film examines his motivations and follows his progression through the climbing grades, culminating in a terrifying attempt to solo an E6 in Glen Nevis, Scotland.

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    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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    Autoroute DVD

    Autoroute

    Rob Frost (2002)

    Autoroute captures the full-throttle climbing odyssey of Americans Dave Graham, Luke Parady and Joe Kinder as they test themselves on the most difficult boulders and cliffs in Switzerland and France. Witness Graham makes the second ascent of Passion (14d), third ascent of Speed (14d), first ascent of La Foon (14d), and the first ascent of Bah Bah Black Sheep (14c/d). Additionally, autoroute profiles Swiss native Stephan Siegrist, climbing his amazing 26 pitch sport route, La Vida el Silbar on the Eiger's 6,000' North Face; Alex Huber on his unrepeated creation Black Power in Austria; and Lisa Rands sending in Tralenta, France.

    Switzerland / 52 min

    Autoroute

    Rob Frost, Jack Tracy

    • 2002
    • Switzerland
    • 52 min
    Autoroute captures the full-throttle climbing odyssey of Americans Dave Graham, Luke Parady and Joe Kinder as they test themselves on the most difficult boulders and cliffs in Switzerland and France. Witness Graham makes the second ascent of Passion (14d), third ascent of Speed (14d), first ascent of La Foon (14d), and the first ascent of Bah Bah Black Sheep (14c/d). Additionally, autoroute profiles Swiss native Stephan Siegrist, climbing his amazing 26 pitch sport route, La Vida el Silbar on the Eiger's 6,000' North Face; Alex Huber on his unrepeated creation Black Power in Austria; and Lisa Rands sending in Tralenta, France.

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    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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    Le méridien des Ecrins

    Evrard Wendenbaum (2009)

    In the autumn of 2008, from the village of La Grave, Aymeric Clouet and Christophe Dumarest decide to follow the climb of eight North faces of the Massif des Ecrins on an imaginary route from north to south, which they call Le Méridien des Écrins. More than 12 days running along the steep ridges, the steep couloirs, and the vertiginous walls of this sumptuous massif lead them to the brink of exhaustion and allow us to discover their personalities, their vision of the mountain, their sensitivity, and to understand how an effective rope team often compared to the legendary Lachenal-Terray works.

    France / 35 min

    Le méridien des Ecrins

    Evrard Wendenbaum

    • 2009
    • France
    • 35 min
    In the autumn of 2008, from the village of La Grave, Aymeric Clouet and Christophe Dumarest decide to follow the climb of eight North faces of the Massif des Ecrins on an imaginary route from north to south, which they call Le Méridien des Écrins. More than 12 days running along the steep ridges, the steep couloirs, and the vertiginous walls of this sumptuous massif lead them to the brink of exhaustion and allow us to discover their personalities, their vision of the mountain, their sensitivity, and to understand how an effective rope team often compared to the legendary Lachenal-Terray works.

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