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  • Nicky Spinks Bob Graham Round Nicky Spinks Bob...
     

    Nicky Spinks Bob Graham Round

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 19 minutes
    Nicky Spinks' 2015 attempt to beat her own women's record for the Bob Graham Round, the legendary fell running endurance challenge, following both the literal and metaphorical highs and lows of her record attempt.
  • Holding On Holding On
     

    Holding On

    2016 | 
    Not Rated
     | 80 minutes
    Holding On is the incredible true story of a group of friends from Cronulla, who through their reckless, no-holds-barred approach to living life and riding waves changed the sport of bodyboarding forever.
  • Faroes: The Outpost Vol. 02 Faroes: The Outpost...
     

    Faroes: The Outpost Vol. 02

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 25 minutes
     In the middle of the North Atlantic, a cluster of 18 jagged islands comprises the Faroe Islands. Dane Gudauskas, Justin Quintal, Sam Hammer, Tyler Warren, Chris Burkard, and Ben Weiland attempt to unravel a coastline of dramatic fjords and plunging waterfalls in search of perfect waves. They spend two weeks hopping between the islands,...
  • Dummy Jim Dummy Jim
     

    Dummy Jim

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 86 minutes
    "A totally unique mixture of documentary, fiction and playful visual poetry." (EIFF 2013) "Very beautiful and utterly bonkers" (The List✩✩✩✩) "Very beautiful and utterly bonkers" (The List****) "Stimulates the senses, a sensory movie experience." (Het...
  • Sojourn Sojourn
     

    Sojourn

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 47 minutes
    Sojourn features a diverse group of international surfers from around the globe as they explore Indian Ocean delights off the coast of Sumatra. Sojourn is a beautifully crafted documentary about the camaraderie, joy, mystery and magic that unfolds when an eclectic group of surfers are brought together in the worlds richest wave playground.
  • Flying Dagger Flying Dagger
     

    Flying Dagger

    2016 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    January 2012, Jeb Corliss, the world’s most recognized wingsuit pilot, miraculously survived a terminal velocity wingsuit accident at Table Mountain, South Africa. For the first time ever, you will get to hear what really happened and witness never-before-seen angles from this tragic accident.
  • Tom Tom
     

    Tom

    2015 | 
         
     | 67 minutes
    Tom lives with his father James on a campsite in the Dolomites, living off James’ small pension. Even though his mother, the great British alpinist Alison Hargreaves, died descending K2 when he was just six years old, Tom always wanted to be a climber. His whole life is dedicated to the mountains and his last goal is to climb solo the Six...
  • Going Up Going Up
     

    Going Up

    2017 | 
    Not Rated
     | 7 minutes
    Going Up What is your motivation for getting out into the hills?   Jen Randall goes into the Scottish mountains with three of her favourite outdoorsy people to find out just what motivates them to trudge up hills.
  • Where walking took me Where walking took me
     

    Where walking took me

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 3 minutes
      Where Walking Took Me Winner of Best Short Film at the Kendal Mountain Festival, 20-23 November 2014.   Jen Randall recalls her first steps into the wild in this lovely, atmospheric short film. Where did walking take you?
  • Patience Patience
     

    Patience

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 5 minutes
    Patience is about injury, illness, and coming back from them stronger than ever. In this film by Jen Randall, meet no-nonsense alpine climber Emily Ward. She's suffered every climbing injury known to man, from an ice-axe in the face to a shattered talus while bouldering, she tells us of her own unique experiences and how she keeps...
  • Chasing Sunshine Chasing Sunshine
     

    Chasing Sunshine

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 30 minutes
    Chasing Sunshine is an independent film that documents the life of athlete Megan Pischke and her journey with breast cancer.
  • Fifty The Movie Fifty The Movie
     

    Fifty The Movie

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 87 minutes
    FIFTY – The Movie follows Mal Law’s bold attempt to run 50 mountain marathons over 50 peaks in just 50 days, all around New Zealand, in order to raise an enormous amount of money for the Mental Health Foundation. The movie, described by Trail Run Magazine as a “landmark film” is every bit as unique and ambitious as...
  • Operation Moffat Operation Moffat
     

    Operation Moffat

    2016 | 
         
     | 21 minutes
    Runaway people's winner at its Kendal Mountain Festival premier. Operation Moffat is a joyous film that takes inspiration and wit from the colourful climbing life of Britain's first female mountain guide, Gwen Moffat.  Writer Claire Carter and Filmmaker Jen Randall scramble, barefoot climb, run and swim their way through...
  • Official Montane Spine Race Film Official Montane Spine...
     

    Official Montane Spine Race Film

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 60 minutes
    The Montane Spine Race, referred to as, "Britain's Most Brutal Race", covers the 268miles of The Pennine Way, and is held each year in the midst of winter.  This documentary follows the competitors as they battle through extreme winds, snowstorms, and torrential rain as they race along the Spine of Britain. Taking in some of...
  • Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan Episode 2 Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan...
     

    Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan Episode 2

    2017 | 
    Not Rated
     | 31 minutes
    Eat Sleep Surf: Taiwan is a series produced by Australian filmmakers, Rian Cope and Dylan Brayshaw… it’s the story of the duo’s own self-supported bicycle/surfing adventure on the island nation of Taiwan. Over the course of four 30-minute episodes, Rian and Dylan slowly make their way across the island of Taiwan, from Taipei...
  • Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan Episode 1 Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan...
     

    Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan Episode 1

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 30 minutes
    Eat Sleep Surf: Taiwan is a series produced by Australian filmmakers, Rian Cope and Dylan Brayshaw… it’s the story of the duo’s own self-supported bicycle/surfing adventure on the island nation of Taiwan. Over the course of four 30-minute episodes, Rian and Dylan slowly make their way across the island of Taiwan, from Taipei...
  • Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan Episode 3 Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan...
     

    Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan Episode 3

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 30 minutes
    Eat Sleep Surf: Taiwan is a series produced by Australian filmmakers, Rian Cope and Dylan Brayshaw… it’s the story of the duo’s own self-supported bicycle/surfing adventure on the island nation of Taiwan. Over the course of four 30-minute episodes, Rian and Dylan slowly make their way across the island of Taiwan, from Taipei...
  • Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan Episode 4 Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan...
     

    Eat Sleep Surf Taiwan Episode 4

    2017 | 
    Not Rated
     | 30 minutes
    Eat Sleep Surf: Taiwan is a series produced by Australian filmmakers, Rian Cope and Dylan Brayshaw… it’s the story of the duo’s own self-supported bicycle/surfing adventure on the island nation of Taiwan. Over the course of four 30-minute episodes, Rian and Dylan slowly make their way across the island of Taiwan, from Taipei...
  • Sendiri: Bike touring and surfing in Indonesia Sendiri: Bike touring...
     

    Sendiri: Bike touring and surfing in Indonesia

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 35 minutes
    Cycling east from Bali, Dylan explores the islands of Nusa Lembogan, Lombok and West Sumbawa, this charming, romantic and relaxing 35 minute film makes you want to jump on your bike, ride to the beach and go swimming in the water.
  • Sunakali Sunakali
     

    Sunakali

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    This is the story of the rise of a women's football team in Mugu, Nepal.   Sunakali life took a new turn when she played for her school in a district football tournament. Team Mugu was formed. Though they lost on their first outing, they went on to enter a national tournament. The entire district turned out to welcome...
  • Come on Eileen Come on Eileen
     

    Come on Eileen

    2015 | 
         
     | 21 minutes
    This Rapha Gold Award winning film tells Eileen Sheridans remarkable story right from her early Coventry touring club days to her celebrated, record-breaking professional rides. Her 1000 miles record held for over 48 years.   Eileen said: “It was a bit of a surprise to find that I had a talent for...
  • Karun: Misadventures on Iran's Longest River Karun: Misadventures...
     

    Karun: Misadventures on Iran's Longest River

    2015 | 
         
     | 58 minutes
    British adventurers Tom Allen and Leon McCarron set out to follow Iran’s longest river, the Karun, by human powered means. Their aim is to go beyond the politics and explore the culture and geography of this most misunderstood of nations – and have a great adventure doing so. But despite Tom’s previous experience of travel in...
  • First Ascent - The Film First Ascent - The...
     

    First Ascent - The Film

    2006 | 
         
     | 62 minutes
    The classic film that inspired the National Geographic Series. Join a global quest with world-class climbers in pursuit of the ultimate goal: the first ascent. Featuring Dean Potter, Timmy O'Neill, Sonnie Trotter, and the amazing Didier Berthod on his quest for the first ascent of the Cobra Crack.
  • The Sharp End The Sharp End
     

    The Sharp End

    2008 | 
         
     | 63 minutes
    Enter the danger zone with the world's' best climbers, including Alex Honnold, Dean Potter, Steph Davis, Lisa Rands, Chris McNamara, Ammon McNeely, Renan Ozturk, Cedar Wright and others, as they push the barriers of free soloing, high-ball bouldering, hard trad climbing, extreme big-wall aid, wingsuit BASE flying, high lining and tower...
  • MTB Out of The Box - IRAN MTB Out of The Box -...
     

    MTB Out of The Box - IRAN

    2015 | 
         
     | 52 minutes
    Shot in 2014 in northern Iran, Mountain Bike Out of The Box IRAN is a mountain bike action documentary about Iran's best mountain bike riders. They will show another Iran - far away from the axis of evil and religious fundamentalism. The central character is Hossein Zanjanian, an internationally ranked downhill rider, and a stunning...
  • Bear Island (Bjørnøya) Bear Island...
     

    Bear Island (Bjørnøya)

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 82 minutes
    From the makers of “North Of The Sun”, three brothers set out on a very special trip together. Motivated by the classic surfer’s relentless quest for the perfect wave, they travel to the remote Norwegian island of Bjørnøya. Lugging a surfboard, snowboard, paraglider and various other equipment they transform the...
  • Tashi and the Monk Tashi and the Monk
     

    Tashi and the Monk

    2015 | 
         
     | 43 minutes
    On a remote 7,000 ft Himalaya foothills, a brave social experiment is taking place. A journey to transform suffering into light, a man creates a remarkable children's community based on principles of love and compassion. But struggles with the unexpectedly dark forces unleashed in the process. A troubled 5 year old girl joins the community...
  • What The Sea Gives Me What The Sea Gives Me
     

    What The Sea Gives Me

    2015 | 
         
     | 63 minutes
    A stunning film of Man and the Sea. An award winning documentary from those whose destinies are defined by their connection to the ocean, whether researching Great White sharks, diving to depths never before reached, capturing waves on the frigid fringes of the planet or surfing mountains of water, this is a must-see film to open the eyes and...
  • DIP DIP
     

    DIP

    2015 | 
         
     | 12 minutes
    Dip is a film about how swimming in wild water has a healing quality for both mental and physical health.
  • Suilven: The Trail Runner Suilven: The Trail...
     

    Suilven: The Trail Runner

    2015 | 
         
     | 5 minutes
    "A few miles from the coastal town of Lochinver, standing proud of a sea of gently rolling moorland, bog, heather and lochans, Suilven is made up of two distinctive summits, rising like whales breaking the surface for air, linked by a sharp ridgeline. It is a beautiful and unique location."
  • Untouched Project 2: Sunny Side of the Alps Untouched Project 2:...
     

    Untouched Project 2: Sunny Side of the Alps

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 38 minutes
    Untouched is a Slovenian film project, connecting skiing and snowboarding in the backcountry areas, combined with the love of nature and exploration of untouched mountainsides in the winter season.
  • Untouched Project Untouched Project
     

    Untouched Project

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 26 minutes
    Untouched is a Slovenian film project, connecting skiing and snowboarding in backcountry areas, combined with the love of nature and exploration of untouched mountain sides in winter season.
  • 52 Peaks 52 Peaks
     

    52 Peaks

    2015 | 
         
     | 15 minutes
    A 52 week challenge, running mountain peaks over 1000m high across New Zealand.   A year long running adventure designed to push myself to the physical limit in one calendar year, focusing on what really matters in life; climbing mountains.   Directed by, produced by, edited by, animations by and starring Matthew...
  • Late Late
     

    Late

    2015 | 
         
     | 44 minutes
    In search of spring lines, mega stoke and scotch, the Puzzle Media crew, along with British Freeride founders and friends, headed north to the Scottish Highlands in May 2015. The team had 20 days to plan and execute an exploration of the Scottish backcountry and capture the beauty of the Highlands. They met some crazy characters along the way,...
  • Kayaking the Aleutians Kayaking the Aleutians
     

    Kayaking the Aleutians

    2015 | 
         
     | 47 minutes
    No-one had succeeded in kayaking along the remote and stormy Aleutian islands, where more than 20 long crossings separate tiny unpopulated islands. Two women attempt this world-first journey in uncharted waters, dealing with wild storms, hungry bears and strong currents that sweep them away from land.  Over 101 days, they gain a rare...
  • Transition Transition
     

    Transition

    2016 | 
         
     | 55 minutes
    Transition follows Natalie Berry as she makes the move from indoor climbing to trad, winter and mountaineering. Acting as mentor is Dave MacLeod, one of the UK's most accomplished all round climbers.
  • Eden Eden
     

    Eden

    2016 | 
         
     | 22 minutes
    Eden is a film that celebrates the beauty of the valley, the particular but pleasing nature of it’s climbing, those pioneers who committed their time to future development and close relationships forged at the base of the routes. And cutting through the modern cacophony of numbers and objectives and ‘look at me’s’, I...
  • Katie Tunn Katie Tunn
     

    Katie Tunn

    2015 | 
         
     | 5 minutes
    Katie is a keen conservationist and nature-lover. She also enjoys dabbling in writing, geology and cooking.   Katie has recently moved from England to the Hebrides where she works from her croft studio on the Northern tip of the Isle of Skye.
  • Nicky Spinks - A Mountain Journal Short Nicky Spinks - A...
     

    Nicky Spinks - A Mountain Journal Short

    2016 | 
         
     | 5 minutes
    Nicky Spinks is the female record holder for the four hardest fell running challenges in the UK: Bob Graham, Paddy Buckley, Ramsey round and Lake District 24. A Mountain Journal Short by Dom Bush - Land and Sky Media. 
  • The Lake District: Upper Eskdale with David Powell-Thompson The Lake District:...
     

    The Lake District: Upper Eskdale with David Powell-Thompson

    2016 | 
         
     | 55 minutes
    Join Mountain Guide and TV Researcher, David Powell-Thompson ('Wainwright Walks', 'Wild Walks', 'Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike') on three seasonal walks exploring the delights of Upper Eskdale.
  • From Here To There From Here To There
     

    From Here To There

    2015 | 
         
     | 61 minutes
    From Here to There is a road-trip documentary following best friends Jesse La Flair and Cory DeMeyers as they aspire to become top athletes in parkour and freerunning.
  • High and Hallowed: Everest 1963 High and Hallowed:...
     

    High and Hallowed: Everest 1963

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    High and Hallowed is the story of Tom Hornbein and Willi Unsoeld's ascent of the West Ridge of Mount Everest in 1963.
  • K2 Siren of the Himalayas K2 Siren of the...
     

    K2 Siren of the Himalayas

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 75 minutes
    K2: Siren of the Himalayas stars elite alpinists Fabrizio Zangrilli and Gerlinde Kaltenbrunner, National Geographic’s 2012 Explorer of the Year and the first woman to summit all 14 of the world’s 8,000-metre peaks without supplemental oxygen or high altitude porters. Their breathtaking journey also features veteran...
  • Behind the Tide Behind the Tide
     

    Behind the Tide

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 61 minutes
    Filmed in beautiful locations in Australia, Cornwall, and France, Behind the Tide provides an insight into creative individuals who have forged a living through their passion for surfing.
  • Your Himalayas Your Himalayas
     

    Your Himalayas

    2003 | 
    Not Rated
     | 41 minutes
    A beautiful film by Basque film maker and climber Alberto Iñurrategi which adds a new dimension to mountain film making: a passionate and poetic tribute to his brother Felix, who died on Gasherbrum 2 while the brothers on the quest to complete all fourteen 8000-metre peaks. The loss forces Alberto to question his motivation as he returns...
  • Hangout Hangout
     

    Hangout

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 36 minutes
    “Hang out” is a phrase meaning to be with with his friends, and it is this spirit, this way of life we wanted to immerse yourself in the atmosphere that drives our travels. 
  • Among the Wild Among the Wild
     

    Among the Wild

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 28 minutes
    The Arrowhead 135 Ultra is notorious for cold and extreme conditions and has been called one of the 50 toughest winter races on the planet.  Racers were allowed to attempt the challenging 135-mile terrain on foot, bike or ski and given only 60 hours to complete the course, completely self-supported with only three checkpoints on the...
  • Our Himalayas Our Himalayas
     

    Our Himalayas

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 40 minutes
    Our Himalayas is Alberto Iñurrategi's follow up to his 2003 film Your Himalayas, a tribute to his late brother Felix, who died when the two siblings were descending from Gasherbrum II in 2000. Felix's voice, recovered from past records, is heard in this new feature which exposes the introspective relationship...
  • Africa Fusion Africa Fusion
     

    Africa Fusion

    2015 | 
         
     | 52 minutes
    Alex Honnold and Hazel Findlay head to Southern Africa for an experience of a lifetime. Africa Fusion takes us from the breathtaking orange granite and vast landscapes of Namibia, through the desert and across to lush red sandstone of Waterval Boven in South Africa. Carrying on the journey in South Africa we follow Alex and Hazel North to...
  • Less Less
     

    Less

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 54 minutes
    The 15th annual ski motion picture from Level 1. Less is more.
  • Into the Empty Quarter Into the Empty Quarter
     

    Into the Empty Quarter

    2013 | 
         
     | 52 minutes
    Inspired by their hero, Wilfred Thesiger, adventurers Alastair Humphreys and Leon McCarron attempt a journey of their own into the Empty Quarter of the Arabian Peninsula. Their trip is hastily-planned and low budget: unable to afford camels they instead hope to drag a homemade steel cart (filled with 300kg of supplies) through the ferocious...
  • Life on Ice Life on Ice
     

    Life on Ice

    2013 | 
         
     | 33 minutes
    What does it look like when two veteran adventurers set out on a two-month expedition across North America's largest glacier... with two toddlers? Hig and Erin have partnered with filmmaker Greg Chaney to put together a 33 minute film on their 'Life on Ice' expedition. Watch adorable toddlers, suffer raging blizzards, and...
  • Winter Is Strange Winter Is Strange
     

    Winter Is Strange

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 26 minutes
    This film is a peculiar story about the adventures of a group of young French riders. Travelling across Europe in winter, this documentary is beautifully shot capturing the spirit of adventure, rather than the execution of difficult tricks. From Megeve to Slovenia, passing through the southern Alpes, this film shows us the diversity of the...
  • The Water Tower The Water Tower
     

    The Water Tower

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 28 minutes
    In Central Kenya, northeast of the Rift Valley, there is a tower. It is a monumental granite swell with a crumbling pinnacle that stretches 17,058 feet into the sky. Mt. Kenya, the second tallest peak in Africa, is home to Ngai, the local water god that is said to create the rains. As a result, Ngai and the mountain provide...
  • Let's Go Get Small Let's Go Get Small
     

    Let's Go Get Small

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 34 minutes
    ‘Let´s Go Get Small’ features freeskier Dave Treadway as he, together with Henrik Windstedt, venture way out into the Canadian coast range on snowmobiles. Their mission? To explore. To simply see what’s on the other side of the next mountain. To see what’s possible on skis. Watch them push limits in order to...
  • The Last of the Great Unknown The Last of the Great...
     

    The Last of the Great Unknown

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 22 minutes
    The Grand Canyon is an immense place, almost unfathomable in scale, and one of the last places in the American West to be explored. John Wesley Powell called it the Great Unknown, having no idea what rapids, falls, or canyons awaited him on his first descent of the river in 1869.
  • Footprints on the Ridge Footprints on the...
     

    Footprints on the Ridge

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 53 minutes
    The Western, High, and Belianske Tatras are connected by a gorgeous, logical and long ridge formed by more than 130 peaks and towers. To traverse entire ridge alpine style, unsupported, in one single push, has always been a big challenge and remains so to this day. This is especially true when friends Michal Sabovčík and Adam...
  • Searching for the Shadow Searching for the...
     

    Searching for the Shadow

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 32 minutes
    To understand the secrets of the Earth, we must look underneath the surface. We must descend into the depths, follow speleologists who extend the boundaries of our knowledge. Searching for the Shadow is the story of intuition, intuition which discovers an endless underground labyrinth in a Tatra peak, a cave system so big it goes beyond our...
  • The List The List
     

    The List

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 33 minutes
    Everyone has it. A bucket list full of things that he or she wants to achieve once in a lifetime. The athletes of The List have achieved things in their lives that others can only dream about. Follow some of the worlds top skiers around the globe as they accomplish goals off of their own personal list.
  • Cold Cold
     

    Cold

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 19 minutes
    For the past 26 years 16 expeditions have tried and failed to climb one of Pakistan's 8,000 meter peaks in winter. On february 2, 2011, Simone Moro, Denis Urubko and Cory Richards became the first. Cory is now the only American to summit any 8,000 metre peak in winter. The journey nearly killed them. Cory carried a small...
  • Stoney Point: Portrait of an American Crag Stoney Point: Portrait...
     

    Stoney Point: Portrait of an American Crag

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 53 minutes
    Stoney Point: Portrait of an American Crag is a one of a kind, feature length documentary based on the unique history and climbing culture of a small city park on the outskirts of Los Angeles. Though often overlooked, few climbing areas can compare with the rich and storied history of Stoney Point.
  • Talking With My Ears Talking With My Ears
     

    Talking With My Ears

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 31 minutes
    Robert Peroni is an old mountain guide, mountaineer, skier and extreme explorer of the mountains. For nearly 30 years, he's lived in Tasiilaq in Greenland with the intention of creating a model of alternative and sustainable development in close collaboration with the Innuit people. This film tells the story of a man who has chosen to...
  • Brillo Brillo
     

    Brillo

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 6 minutes
    Young climber Alessandro Riz heads to the one of the most beautiful routes in the Aosta Valley - Brillo 8A. Long and sustained Brillo is a classic at the grade and this short shows the route in all its glory.
  • Exposure Vol II Exposure Vol II
     

    Exposure Vol II

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 82 minutes
    Exposure Vol II follows athletes Daniel Woods, Jimmy Webb, Alex Megos, Alex Puccio and Dmitry Sharafutdinov as they push limits of difficulty in rock and competition climbing. This years film brings you stories from around the globe, from dark training facilities to the granite bouldering paradise of Switzerland, in a heart-pounding, forearm...
  • The Network The Network
     

    The Network

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 75 minutes
    Red Bull and Chuck Fryberger Films have team up to bring you a glimpse inside an elite network of some of the best climbers in the world - climbers who live to push their limits on the hardest climbs in the world. They are all connected in a constant cycle of training, competition, and outdoor challenges. 
  • Exposure Vol 1 Exposure Vol 1
     

    Exposure Vol 1

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 74 minutes
    In this first instalment of the Exposure Series, we follow professional climbers Dave Graham, Nalle Hukkataival, Matt Wilder, Cheyne Lempe, Mason Earle, Angie Payne and Cody Roth as they seek out and attempt to climb some of the worlds most challenging boulders, mountains, and traditional routes. Experience the emotional hardships, physical...
  • CORE CORE
     

    CORE

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 88 minutes
    CORE goes to the heart of climbing. Join an international cast of the sport's most dedicated athletes as they stick it when it matters most. Shot in 35mm Ultra High Definition, get ready to see every detail of some of the nastiest pieces of rock ever climbed. A close examination of each character offers perspective beyond just their...
  • Arctic AIR Arctic AIR
     

    Arctic AIR

    2015 | 
         
     | 32 minutes
    Brothers Niall and Finn McCann pack their pulks with two weeks of food and gear for ski mountaineering, ice climbing and speed flying and head into the beautiful Caledonian Alps of Eastern Greenland. With no specific objectives in mind and being surrounded by a multitude of beautiful unnamed peaks, they simply set out to...
  • Au Nom Des Miens Au Nom Des Miens
     

    Au Nom Des Miens

    2015 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    Au Noms Des Miens tells the extraordinary story of Marie Martinod, a famous skier in the world of women’s freeski. Marie left competition skiing in 2006 to concentrate on her family life, after having won everything. But in 2011 her ski discipline, halfpipe skiing was incorporated into the olympics, so she decides to compete...
  • Yosemite Yosemite
     

    Yosemite

    2002 | 
         
     | 27 minutes
    Filmmaker Valerio Folco and friends attempt to climb an aid route on El Capitan in the Yosemite Valley. Capturing the many days spent on the wall and the relentless mental and physical effort needed to climb these difficult and dangerous aid pitches, Yosemite uses music composed by Christian Thoma to accompany the dream-like visions...
  • Encordades Encordades
     

    Encordades

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 52 minutes
    Focusing on the careers of several female Catalan climbers spanning five generations. From the pioneering women who broke new ground in the high mountains and vertical rock faces to today's best competition climbers and mountaineers, each find direction in their lives through climbing.   
  • Equipment Equipment
     

    Equipment

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 10 minutes
    A simple instructional video which reveals all the secrets of the equipment used in artificial climbing. From setting up portaledges to placing a beak, Valerio Folco provides detailed instructions on the best way to use gear which can often seem intimidating, confusing and dangerous. 
  • PURE PURE
     

    PURE

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 67 minutes
    Pure is about 19 extraordinary climbers in six countries on three continents, with no ropes. This is the first bouldering film to be shot entirely in cutting edge 35mm digital format
  • The Scene The Scene
     

    The Scene

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 75 minutes
    What makes a climbing mecca? The Scene takes a comprehensive look into four major epicenters of hard climbing and training, and the characters who define them by their relentless commitment to the sport. Featuring groundbreaking first ascents in bouldering, trad, and sport climbing, including Chris Sharma's Fight or Flight (5.15b) in...
  • BAT BAT
     

    BAT

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 18 minutes
    BAT is a very attractive and difficult artificial route going up an overhanging Caporal wall in the Orco Valley and this film records its first ascent by Valerio Folco and Massimo Farina. This video marks the climbers' experiences as they open a new route, allowing us to see how they make important decisions on the wall and seek advice from...
  • Out in the Line-up Out in the Line-up
     

    Out in the Line-up

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 69 minutes
    Two gay surfers unite to uncover the taboo of homosexuality in surfing. Together they embark on a global journey to speak with people from all corners of the surfing community about an aspect of surf culture that has until now remained hidden. As their journey unfolds, they uncover a culture of fear, secrecy and exclusion but are inspired to...
  • Continue Continue
     

    Continue

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 18 minutes
    The second film from the same canyoning team that brought you The Beginning. In this instalment the Deap team are on the lookout for the biggest jumps, longest ramps and least explored canyons. 
  • Keeper of the Mountains Keeper of the...
     

    Keeper of the Mountains

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 24 minutes
    Keeper of the Mountains is a portrait of Elizabeth Hawley and her unlikely key role in the Golden Age of Himalayan mountaineering, her defiance of the traditional gender roles of her day and her decision to settle alone in Kathmandu in 1960, where she has famously lived life on her own terms ever since.
  • Russia: The Outpost Vol 1 Russia: The Outpost...
     

    Russia: The Outpost Vol 1

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 24 minutes
    Russia, The Outpost Vol. 1 follows Keith Malloy, Dane Gudauskas, Cyrus Sutton, Trevor Gordon, Foster Huntington, Chris Burkard, and Ben Weiland as they journey into the remote wilderness of the Kamchatka Peninsula, camping and fishing along the way, in a groundbreaking search for surf and adventure.
  • Journey on the Wild Coast Journey on the Wild...
     

    Journey on the Wild Coast

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 90 minutes
    Erin Mckittrick and husband Brentwood 'Hig' Higman plan a giant year-long journey along the west coast of North America. Travelling from Seattle to the Aleutians, the couple travel using completely human power, crossing water on an inflatable raft and either walking or skiing the rest of the trip. The couple face severe dangers,...
  • The Time Machine The Time Machine
     

    The Time Machine

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 57 minutes
    Massimo Farina died on 24th February 2005 falling from an ice cascade in Rhemes Valley. He was Italy’s youngest mountain guide and an exceptionally strong climber. This tragedy happened days after a film which had followed his climbing over eighteen months had just finished shooting. 
  • Project Mina Project Mina
     

    Project Mina

    2014 | 
         
     | 31 minutes
    Project Mina follows pro-climber Mina Leslie-Wujastyk through her 2013 Bouldering World Cup Season as well as climbing on real rock in the Peak District and Rocklands, South Africa. But it's more than just a climbing film. This is a film about dedication, struggle, determination and finding your way. Yes there is crushing both indoors and...
  • Out of Sight II Out of Sight II
     

    Out of Sight II

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 52 minutes
    Just a stone's throw from Paris lies Fontainebleau, containing thousands of boulders scattered over hundreds of areas it has become one of the busiest and most well known climbing destinations on the planet. Out of Sight II focusses on the lesser known boulders hidden from sight in the forest, world class problems which see little...
  • Men Who Wanted to Climb a Mountain Over 8,000 Metres Men Who Wanted to...
     

    Men Who Wanted to Climb a Mountain Over 8,000 Metres

    2014 | 
         
     | 78 minutes
    This is the story of Raul and Pere, a mountaineer and filmmaker united by a common dream: to climb, for the first time, a mountain higher than 8,000 metres. For months, filmmaker and mountaineer travel through the Himalayas in search of important life experiences which may help them complete their overall goal, to climb the eighth highest...
  • In The Frame In The Frame
     

    In The Frame

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 45 minutes
    From intensive care to the summit of Ben Nevis, 'In the Frame' charts Joe Beaumont's journey of recovery and adventure after a forty-metre climbing fall.
  • Redemption: The James Pearson Story Redemption: The James...
     

    Redemption: The James Pearson Story

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 53 minutes
    Redemption tells the story of one of the world's best rock climbers, James Pearson, documenting his controversial journey to the top, and his battle with the world's first E11, Rhapsody at Dumbarton Rock.
  • Land of Mist and Fire: Exploring the Patagonian Ice Cap Land of Mist and Fire:...
     

    Land of Mist and Fire: Exploring the Patagonian Ice Cap

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    At the limit of the world lies the Patagonian Ice Cap - 9000 square miles of giant glaciers and volcanic peaks scoured by storms that hurtle north from Cape Horn and Antarctica and from the west by the roaring forties.Three British Mountaineers: Eric Jones, Mick Coffey and Leo Dickinson along with Argentinean Ernesto O’Reilly set out to...
  • Towers of Temptation Towers of Temptation
     

    Towers of Temptation

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 49 minutes
    This is the story of two expeditions to two mountains, one in Argentina the other in Chile. Despite being twelve years apart, one man went on both trips. Don Whillans was an icon of British climbing in the 50s and 60s and his routes are still test pieces today.
  • Matterhorn North Face Matterhorn North Face
     

    Matterhorn North Face

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 42 minutes
    In 1865 the Matterhorn was the most prized unclimbed peak in the Alps. The Great British climber Edward Whymper had already failed to climb it seven times. Leo Dickinson’s film recreates Edward Whymper’s subsequent ascent followed by the worst mountaineering disaster of the century when the rope breaks and four of his team fall...
  • Hunting For Monsters Hunting For Monsters
     

    Hunting For Monsters

    2014 | 
         
     | 11 minutes
    Lake Iliamna, Alaska's largest lake, is home to many native communities, the worlds largest sockeye salmon run and the elusive Lake Monster - Illie. During a hot July, Bjørn and Brent were deposited to the far shore of Cook Inlet in a landing craft cargo ship and began their human powered journey through Iliamna country to...
  • Wild One Wild One
     

    Wild One

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 88 minutes
    The story of Philippe Ribiere: An orphan child of forbidden love diagnosed with a Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome becomes a professional climber, and after 30 years is searching for his natural mother and the meaning of love.
  • Tinz: This Is New Zealand Tinz: This Is New...
     

    Tinz: This Is New Zealand

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 24 minutes
    This is New Zealand follows a selection of the country's top riders around some of their favourite locations around the country, and explores the spectacular landscapes which the New Zealand mountain biking community call home.
  • Ballooning Over Everest Ballooning Over...
     

    Ballooning Over Everest

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 54 minutes
    In a field near the Nepalese hamlet of Gokyo four men climb into two fragile wicker baskets and pour flame into their hot air balloons.  Rising powerfully into the skies their craft follow a course towards the highest place on earth – Everest. For Leo Dickinson and Chris Dewhirst, the cameraman and pilot in one of the balloons,...
  • The Lake District: Helvellyn with Mark Richards The Lake District:...
     

    The Lake District: Helvellyn with Mark Richards

    2014 | 
         
     | 55 minutes
    Join Lakeland Fellranger series author and friend to Alfred Wainwright, Mark Richards on three of his favourite walks around the Lake District's third highest mountain, Helvellyn.
  • Backpacking in the Lake District with Chris Townsend Backpacking in the...
     

    Backpacking in the Lake District with Chris Townsend

    2014 | 
         
     | 53 minutes
    From the author of the bestselling Backpacker's Handbook, renowned long-distance hiker Chris Townsend, and acclaimed filmmaker Terry Abraham, comes Backpacking in the Lake District an introductory guide to wild camping and multi-day hiking.
  • Inside The Bubble Inside The Bubble
     

    Inside The Bubble

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 18 minutes
    Climber Valerio Folco outlines what artificial climbing means to him. He goes over some moments spent on El Capitan and seeks to explain them.  In this video you can see the only available pictures of Valerio’s solitary climb on Winds of change (A5 El Capitan) and the opening images on Aerospike (A5 Caporal, Orco Valley).
  • Don Whillans Myth & Legend Don Whillans Myth &...
     

    Don Whillans Myth & Legend

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 79 minutes
    The compelling and intriguing life and climbs of Don Whillans in this award winning film from Leo Dickinson.
  • Dead Men's Tales Dead Men's Tales
     

    Dead Men's Tales

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    In the vastly entertaining "Dead Men's Tales", Leo Dickinson assembled a portfolio of stories from parachutists who have undergone near death experiences thanks to a combination of  equipment malfunction and absurd misfortune. Remarkable reconstructions brought you close to the plight of, among others, the man...
  • Dudh Kosi - Relentless River of Everest Dudh Kosi - Relentless...
     

    Dudh Kosi - Relentless River of Everest

    1976 | 
    Not Rated
     | 44 minutes
    From filmmaker Leo Dickinson comes this kayak expedition documentary about the first canoe descent down Everest’s river of milk.
  • Eiger Solo Eiger Solo
     

    Eiger Solo

    2009 | 
         
     | 48 minutes
    A gripping film of Eric Jones’ solo of the world’s most notorious North Face.
  • Zakopanians Zakopanians
     

    Zakopanians

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 60 minutes
    The Zakopane Alpine Club is the smallest alpine club in Poland yet its members are among some of the country's most important mountaineering personalities. The daring expeditions organised by the club became recognised as some of the most important in mountaineering history, including the first winter ascent of Manaslu and the first winter...
  • Elevation Elevation
     

    Elevation

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 56 minutes
    A revolution is taking place. With this resurgence into the backcountry we look for real adventure beyond the tightly wound, firmly stretched orange and black ropes that "protect" us from knowing freedom. The backcountry is the imagination unleashed and you get out what you put in. There are real boundaries and limitations though...
  • Stephanie In The Water Stephanie In The Water
     

    Stephanie In The Water

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 67 minutes
    Stephanie in the Water intimately examines the career of surfing revolutionary Stephanie Gilmore and the costs that come along with being a five time world champion.
  • Break The Cycle Break The Cycle
     

    Break The Cycle

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 65 minutes
    Break The Cycle follows some of Ireland's best downhill mountain bikers, showing how these riders use their sport to break the cycle of everyday life. Offering an insight into the lives of these athletes, Break The Cycle also showcases the brilliant trails and beautiful scenery Ireland has to offer.
  • Big Muddy Moose Big Muddy Moose
     

    Big Muddy Moose

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 45 minutes
    During the summer of 2013 Scott Mestrezat paddled a home-made, wooden stand up paddleboard the length of the Missouri River. Launching in Three Forks, Montana, and arriving in St. Louis 2400 miles and 107 days later, the trip was just as much about capturing the unique encounters and amazing landscapes as it was about paddling.
  • White Silk Road White Silk Road
     

    White Silk Road

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    White Silk Road documents the pioneering of snowboarding in Afghanistan. Australian riders Clint Allan, Mitch Allan and Nick Gregory make a once-in-a-lifetime journey to ride untouched mountains in one of the most remote and dangerous parts of the world. The film gives a unique insight into the rich culture and awe-inspiring landscapes of a...
  • Driven Driven
     

    Driven

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    Driven is one of the most exciting and interesting surfing stories ever to come out of Britain and Ireland and will fascinate surfers and non-surfers alike. Focusing on two experienced surfers, Alastair Mennie and Andrew Cotton, who come together to tackle the giant waves of Ireland's West coast, which is widely regarded as one of the best...
  • Out of the Shadows into the Sun Out of the Shadows...
     

    Out of the Shadows into the Sun

    1970 | 
    Not Rated
     | 43 minutes
    Leo Dickinson's first film - and the first filmed ascent of the Eiger.
  • Breaking Trail Breaking Trail
     

    Breaking Trail

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 64 minutes
    There are winters and then there are especially wintery winters. In 2011, Utah's Wasatch mountains and most of North America experienced a non stop record breaking whopper of a winter. Watch America's top skiiers during a season of breaking trail through endless storms on a mission to crush as many snowflakes as possible. An hour with...
  • Gauchos Del Mar Gauchos Del Mar
     

    Gauchos Del Mar

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 60 minutes
    One Dream. Two Brothers. One continent. Gauchos Del Mar follows the story of two brothers as they pursue their dream of surfing the American Pacific showing the Continent as a whole, through its different cultures, villages, food, people, animals and landscapes while camping and surfing on their way back home to Argentina.
  • Missing Missing
     

    Missing

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 36 minutes
    Under the direction of the world-renowned filmmaker, the project takes Mick Fanning out of the competition world of the ASP, gives him a boarding pass with a blank destination and for 21 days he is relocated all over the world with only a passport, suitcase and surfboard at his disposal. As a result, the surfing is special, raw, and some of the...
  • Dark Fall Dark Fall
     

    Dark Fall

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 72 minutes
    Experience Dark Fall, Alex DePhillipo’s award winning documentary as he follows a year in the life of New Jersey’s best surfers as they tackle some of the best surf right in their own back yard and travel to remote locations across the globe… This film gives a look at the lifestyle of a cold-water surfer and glorifies the...
  • A Paradigm Shift A Paradigm Shift
     

    A Paradigm Shift

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 44 minutes
    Great surfers riding all types of surfboards, on all types of waves. Filmed in Australia, California, Hawaii, Mexico and Micronesia.
  • Something Between Something Between
     

    Something Between

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 49 minutes
    Between the spirit of discovering and searching for adrenaline, this is the documents the road trip of a bunch of young and talented pilots from the world of acro paragliding. Crossing a large range of scenery throughout Europe, the pilots follow in the footsteps of other legendary names within this sport, whilst developing their own...
  • Chamje Khola Chamje Khola
     

    Chamje Khola

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 52 minutes
    Chamjé Khola is an impressive canyon at the heart of the Himalayas, the deepest and longest ever trailed…This movie is the story of an extraordinary expedition within this monster, a strong adventure shared by experts and addicted friends.
  • The Fanatic Search 2 The Fanatic Search 2
     

    The Fanatic Search 2

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 98 minutes
    This documentary allows you to appreciate how climbing has evolved through the years and the state of mind which leads these passionate climbers to the top. A film dedicated to feminine climbing.
  • Grand Libre au Grand Cap Grand Libre au Grand...
     

    Grand Libre au Grand Cap

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 18 minutes
    In Grand Libre au Grand Cap by filmmaker Bertrand Delapierre, Arnaud Petit and Stephanie Bodet attempt what might be the toughest route in the Alps, a majestic 3,900-metre pinnacle that juts out from the Mont Blanc Massif - the Grand Capucin.
  • The Kyrgyzstan Project The Kyrgyzstan Project
     

    The Kyrgyzstan Project

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 20 minutes
    Impeccable rock, one-of-a kind setting, good and trusted friends: the stuff of climbers’ dreams. Real life is rarely so straightforward, though, and this story of a climbing trip in Kyrgyzstan is haunted by the specter of an earlier one that had frightening and dire results.  
  • 3Focus 3Focus
     

    3Focus

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 55 minutes
    3Focus dives in headfirst to the madness that is the UCI World Cup, and doesn’t come up for air for nearly an hour. Insane high speeds, raw emotions and an eclectic soundtrack make 3Focus a truly entertaining account of life on the road, racing bikes. 
  • Expedicion Juan Fernandez Expedicion Juan...
     

    Expedicion Juan Fernandez

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 37 minutes
    In this first chapter on Insular Chile, we visit the main island of Archipielago Juan Fernandez, Robinson Crusoe Island. On a trip full of adventure, we discover a beautiful culture and good waves for surfing in company of Cristian Merello and Ramon Navarro.
  • Apples and Oranges Apples and Oranges
     

    Apples and Oranges

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 22 minutes
    Alterna Films shakes Apples & Oranges out of the tree, bringing you a film about a crew of international riders brought together for the same mission: to bring their individual talents to the big screen. Highlights in the film include the union of technical tricks with unique and innovative cinematography.
  • Peninsula Peninsula
     

    Peninsula

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 55 minutes
    Peninsula is a documentary about surfing in Italy, its history and its present state. It portrays italian surfing though the exploration of much of the Italian coastline and describes the passion and dedication of the people that made and are still making what is the italian surf scene nowadays.  
  • The Beginning The Beginning
     

    The Beginning

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 21 minutes
    We are a canyoning team! Simply enjoying canyoning to the fullest. Pushing each other to the extreme. Extreme – that‘s what we like, that‘s how we are! Taking canyoning to a new level. Taking it deep. We are going deap!
  • Psicobloc Psicobloc
     

    Psicobloc

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 26 minutes
    It is the Psicobloc discipline that makes its way on to the cliffs of the exotic island of Mallorca. Ropeless climbing 15m above the sea with only water to break your fall...
  • Alone on the River Alone on the River
     

    Alone on the River

    2013 | 
         
     | 40 minutes
    Alone on the river will immerse you deeply in the heart of the Himalayas where 5 world-class paddlers embark on a month long self-supported kayaking adventure. In this spectacularly harsh world of snow, rock and water, they’re faced with a myriad of challenges. Surviving and supporting one another proves harder than expected.
  • The World's Fastest Killer The World's Fastest...
     

    The World's Fastest Killer

    2003 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    Remarkable film of B.A.S.E. jumping with the world’s fastest bird in pursuit.
  • Not So Far Not So Far
     

    Not So Far

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 37 minutes
    In 2011, Hervé Barmasse chose the three most important mountains of his home in Italy’s Aosta Valley—Monte Bianco (Mont Blanc); Monte Rosa; and Monte Cervino (the Matterhorn)—upon which to create three new routes. The three peaks, not coincidentally, are among the highest in the Alps. On Monte Bianco, with two Basque...
  • From the Inside Out From the Inside Out
     

    From the Inside Out

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 37 minutes
    Filmed, directed and edited by The Coastal Crew and Produced by Anthill films, From the Inside out focusses on British Columbia, the birthplace of freeride, and features some of the world's best freeriders including Brandon Semenuk, Stevie Smith and Thomas Vanderham.
  • Everest Unmasked Everest Unmasked
     

    Everest Unmasked

    1979 | 
         
     | 48 minutes
    Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler become the first people to climb Mount Everest without supplementary oxygen. An amazing mountaineering film directed and filmed by Leo Dickinson with the help of Eric Jones.  
  • Letting Go Letting Go
     

    Letting Go

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 64 minutes
    This is the story of Kelly Slater’s record breaking seventh world title. In the 1990′s, Kelly Slater established himself as the most dominant professional surfer ever. He won a record 6 world titles, but that was then… By 2005, it had been 7 years since he won the crown. Many thought he was past his prime. They were...
  • Sufferfest Sufferfest
     

    Sufferfest

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 18 minutes
    In Sufferfest, Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright embark on a wholly human-powered adventure to link all of California’s 14,000-foot peaks.
  • Focused Focused
     

    Focused

    2003 | 
    Not Rated
     | 69 minutes
    This must see film showcases the talents of 20 of the worlds best skiers ripping locations from Norway to Aspen Colorado. Featuring Jay Quinlan's snowmobile backflip, Shane McConkey skiing off 600 foot cliffs and gigantic park features in Whistler, Copper and Mt. Bachelor. 
  • Second To None Second To None
     

    Second To None

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 42 minutes
    After four years in the making, Freddy Malone presents Second To None featuring some of the world’s greatest surfers matching up with some of the most epic surf spots known to man.
  • Xpress Yourself Xpress Yourself
     

    Xpress Yourself

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 40 minutes
    Shot on location in Australia, Hawaii, Indonesia and Fiji by Simon ‘Shagga’ Saffigna, Xpress Yourself tracks Mick Fanning, Joel Parkinson, Kelly Slater, Jon Jon Florence, Jordy Smith, Kolohe Andino and Jack Freestone shredding their way through the 2013 ASP World Tour.
  • The Heart and the Sea The Heart and the Sea
     

    The Heart and the Sea

    2013 | 
         
     | 85 minutes
    Over three years in the making, The Heart & The Sea explores the joy that lies at the very center of a surfing life: family, friends & a shared intimacy with the sea. Filmed in Australia, New Zealand, France & Spain, this is a gently refreshing & quietly enchanting contribution to the surf film genre.
  • De Fil En Aiguilles De Fil En Aiguilles
     

    De Fil En Aiguilles

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 60 minutes
    Using Highline and Rope Jumping as a pretext to show us how a young team from Toulouse finds a balance between life, society and the passion for their jobs, De Fil En Aiguilles displays one year of shooting some of the best highliners looking for the purest lines in the Pyrenees mountains, a virgin territory to this new sport, while...
  • Changing the Game Changing the Game
     

    Changing the Game

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 42 minutes
    As surfers pray for waves on Maui during the winter, a select few ask for the gut-wrenching 30-plus foot walls of water that only Jaws on the North shore can provide. You may have seen surfers towed into the massive breaks behind a jet ski, but there is a group of riders who will only paddle into them, taking the sport to an even more extreme...
  • 2nd BASE 2nd BASE
     

    2nd BASE

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 36 minutes
    2nd BASE will take you on a voyage of Base jumping stunts from skyscrapers in Thailand to deep Mexican caverns, from the violent beauty of the Norvegian mountain massifs, to the colossal urban landscape of Shanghai, China. These guys will jump from anything tall and, on those days they feel extra brave, from things barely high enough to get...
  • Wind Legends: The History of Windsurfing Wind Legends: The...
     

    Wind Legends: The History of Windsurfing

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 54 minutes
    Featuring the stars of windsurfing from invention to present times, WIND LEGENDS is a materpiece of sports filmaking. From classic freestyle days to highlights of top world cup racing, speed, and wave performance, this film has it all. Told by the legends of windsurfing, kiteboarding and tow-in surfing. Captured by the best filmakers in the...
  • North of the Sun North of the Sun
     

    North of the Sun

    2012 | 
         
     | 46 minutes
    Inge Wegge (25) and Jorn Ranum (22) spent nine months of cold, Norwegian winter in the isolated and uninhabited bay of a remote, arctic island by the coast of Northern-Norway, living in a cabin made from driftwood, enduring the freezing conditions in order to surf some of the world's finest waves.
  • Finnsurf Finnsurf
     

    Finnsurf

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 47 minutes
    FinnSurf is the world’s first Finnish surf film. Told through the lives of five Finnish surfers, it’s more than a surfing documentary, it’s a story of true love and that intense, overwhelming passion we all feel for what lights our fire in the coldest of places.    
  • Next Stop Greenland Next Stop Greenland
     

    Next Stop Greenland

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 29 minutes
    Three climbers and four BASE jumpers team up to achieve one goal: climb and then to jump off the majestic heights of the Ulamertorsuaq, Greenland. A series of charming and involving images detail a human story at the heart of this epic adventure.
  • Stoked and Broke Stoked and Broke
     

    Stoked and Broke

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 57 minutes
    A Staycation Surfari Epic on Zero Dollars...   Making their own boards, bamboo rickshaws, solar cookers, and hobo stoves, surfers Ryan Burch and Cyrus Sutton set off on a thirty mile, eight day walk through San Diego, CA. But what begins as a guide to taking a minimalist surfing journey, quickly becomes an examination of freedom vs...
  • Zembrocal Zembrocal
     

    Zembrocal

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 32 minutes
    Zembrocal tells the story of five climbers' attempt to open a hard new multi-pitch route on Reunion Island in the South Indian Ocean. Featuring James Pearson, Caroline Ciavaldini, Yuji Hirayama, Sam Elias and Jacopo Larcher.
  • Winter Swimming Winter Swimming
     

    Winter Swimming

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 29 minutes
    In Winter Swimming, director Jack Bright meets some of the characters from a winter swimming club and finds out more about the human body’s ability to withstand one of the harshest of elements – cold water!
  • A Sunday in Hell A Sunday in Hell
     

    A Sunday in Hell

    1976 | 
    Not Rated
     | 107 minutes
    Jørgen Leth's A Sunday in Hell tenderly investigates the potent cocktail of culture and humanity that add up to a bicycling championship - and Leth's subject is the legendary Paris-Roubaix race; L'Enfer du Nord (The Hell of the North).
  • Who Owns Water Who Owns Water
     

    Who Owns Water

    2014 | 
         
     | 50 minutes
    In the stunningly-shot, award-winning documentary film Who Owns Water, brothers Michael and David Hanson return to the source of their childhood river and paddle it to the Gulf of Mexico to take you deep into the Water Wars of the southern USA.
  • Pour Vous Servir (At Your Service) Pour Vous Servir (At...
     

    Pour Vous Servir (At Your Service)

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    Pour Vous Servir (At Your Service) takes you to the heart of incredible freeski action, and most of all makes you feel how riders and cameramen share the same emotions.
  • Murder of Couriers Murder of Couriers
     

    Murder of Couriers

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 78 minutes
    Murder of Couriers documents the lives of a group of bike messengers over a nearly three-year span. This film was made by couriers, about couriers, for a wide general audience and offers the chance to experience a lifestyle that not many get the privilege to enjoy.
  • North North
     

    North

    2014 | 
         
     | 16 minutes
    North is an artistically shot mountain bike film by Tom Richards/Furnival Media. From classic cross country riding in the Peak District to downhill in the famous Wharncliffe Woods, North explores the diverse range of riding in and around Sheffield, England.
  • Tempting Fear Tempting Fear
     

    Tempting Fear

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 25 minutes
    Andreas Fransson has been called the boldest extreme skier in a generation. Over the past 3 years he’s logged first descents in a half-dozen countries, battled back to life from an accident that nearly killed him, and become the most talked about skier in the epicentre of all things extreme – Chamonix, France.
  • The Freedom Chair The Freedom Chair
     

    The Freedom Chair

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 15 minutes
    The Freedom Chair tells the story of Josh Dueck who, after a ski accident in 2004 rendered him unable to walk again, made a decision to make the best of the terrible situation. This film tells the story of his return to skiing, to the top step of the podium in competitive sit-skiing and of the fulfillment of Josh's dream to ride the...
  • 75 Byth Rhy Hen (75 Never Too Old) 75 Byth Rhy Hen (75...
     

    75 Byth Rhy Hen (75 Never Too Old)

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 25 minutes
    75 Byth Rhy Hen is the highly acclaimed documentary by Slam Media for S4C in which Porthmadog farmer Jeremy Trumper decides to tackle a late life crisis by enlisting the aid of lifetime friend and world famous adventurer Eric Jones to tackle the Devil's Tower in Wyoming.
  • Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike Life of a Mountain:...
     

    Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike

    2014 | 
         
     | 127 minutes
    Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike is filmmaker Terry Abraham's highly anticipated follow up to his critically acclaimed film The Cairngorms in Winter with Chris Townsend.
  • Assault on El Capitan - Bonus Footage Assault on El Capitan...
     

    Assault on El Capitan - Bonus Footage

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 73 minutes
    Over an hour of bonus footage from the making of Assault on El Capitan.
  • Vertical Frontier Vertical Frontier
     

    Vertical Frontier

    2002 | 
    Not Rated
     | 90 minutes
    New for 2014 - Anniversary Edition of this majestic film about the history of rock climbing in the famed Yosemite Valley.
  • Rough Water Handling Rough Water Handling
     

    Rough Water Handling

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 93 minutes
    Rough Water Handling is aimed at paddlers wishing to get in bigger water. It took two years to film and has input from some of the best paddlers and coaches around.
  • Sea Kayak Safety Sea Kayak Safety
     

    Sea Kayak Safety

    2004 | 
    Not Rated
     | 91 minutes
    Sea Kayak Safety is a comprehensive guide covering all aspects of safety skills and consideration for sea kayaking. This film is a fantastic resource for both instructors and recreational paddlers alike.
  • Wide Boyz II - Slender Gentlemen Wide Boyz II - Slender...
     

    Wide Boyz II - Slender Gentlemen

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    After their success climbing the world's hardest offwidth, the Wide Boyz, Pete Whittaker and Tom Randall, embark on their next crack climbing mission - the mighty Cobra Crack in Squamish BC, considered to be the hardest finger crack in the world.
  • The Penguin Runner The Penguin Runner
     

    The Penguin Runner

    2014 | 
    Not Rated
     | 22 minutes
    The Penguin Runner is a film by Morgan Cardiff following South African Dave Chamberlain's 2,700 kilometre run to raise awareness for the African penguin.
  • In The High Country In The High Country
     

    In The High Country

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 35 minutes
    In the High Country is an impressionistic mountain running film: a visual essay about a life in the mountains. It looks at running from a new perspective, both visually and in the style of running.
  • And Then We Swam And Then We Swam
     

    And Then We Swam

    2013 | 
         
     | 37 minutes
    In August 2011, James Adair and Ben Stenning hit the news when they became the first ever pair to row across the Indian Ocean without a support boat.  But a few miles from the finish line in Mauritius, their boat capsized - and they had to swim for their lives...
  • The West Highland Way The West Highland Way
     

    The West Highland Way

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 55 minutes
    Join Cameron McNeish as he takes a walk along Scotland's most popular long distance trail - The West Highland Way.
  • Wild Walks Wild Walks
     

    Wild Walks

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 63 minutes
    In this first collection of Wild Walks Cameron McNeish climbs Hart Fell, the Cobbler, Ben Venue, Bidean nam Bian, across the Northern Corries of the Cairngorms, Lochnagar and Ben Wyvis.
  • Defaid a Dringo (The Climbing Shepherd) Defaid a Dringo (The...
     

    Defaid a Dringo (The Climbing Shepherd)

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 49 minutes
    Defaid a Dringo (The Climbing Shepherd) is the follow-up to Alun Hughes’ 2007 film Dringo i’r Eitha (Climbing to the Limits), following a year in the life of young Welsh climber Ioan Doyle.  ‘I can't recall a film matching climbing and mountain culture so well.’ – Ed Douglas
  • Asgard Jamming Asgard Jamming
     

    Asgard Jamming

    2009 | 
         
     | 54 minutes
    45 days, 0 nights, 600km on foot, 11 days on the wall, 4 men, 1 woman ... Asgard Jamming is the brilliant film from Belgian climbing heroes Nico Favresse and Sean Villanueva and team on their 2009 Baffin Island expedition to Mount Asgard.
  • Vertical Sailing Greenland Vertical Sailing...
     

    Vertical Sailing Greenland

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 58 minutes
    Vertical Sailing Greenland follows four climber-musicians - Nicolas and Oliver Favresse, Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll and Ben Ditto - and 75-year-old Reverend Captain Bob as they set sail on the west coast of Greenland looking for unclimbed walls...
  • Venezuela Jungle Jam Venezuela Jungle Jam
     

    Venezuela Jungle Jam

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 57 minutes
    The latest film from the Belgian climbing team, following Asgard Jamming and Vertical Sailing Greenland, Venezuela Jungle Jam features Sean Villanueva O'Driscoll, Nico Favresse, Stephane Hanssens and Jean-Louis Wertz as they attempt a new free climb on the overhanging 500m wall of Amuri Tepul in the Venezuelan Jungle.
  • Down The Line Down The Line
     

    Down The Line

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 22 minutes
    Down The Line - new to SteepEdge. Down deep slots and magnificent waterfalls, a handful of dedicated Vancouverites are bringing a new outdoor sport to BC: Canyoneering. None of these canyons have ever been explored, and once in, the only way out is down.
  • Climbing - No Limits Climbing - No Limits
     

    Climbing - No Limits

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 59 minutes
    In Climbing - No Limits Dave MacLeod and Alan Cassidy travel south of the border to the heart of the English climbing scene. In an astonishing week they attempt two innovative first ascents.
  • The Ultimate Marathon Man The Ultimate Marathon...
     

    The Ultimate Marathon Man

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 59 minutes
    One man’s attempt to push the limit of ultra marathon running. This was the challenge of a lifetime for Edinburgh doctor and ultra-marathon runner Andrew Murray. With minimal support, and in the middle of winter, he planned to run an ultra marathon every day, from the tip of Scotland to the Sahara desert.
  • The First Great Climb The First Great Climb
     

    The First Great Climb

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 59 minutes
    The First Great Climb is a moving tribute to three almost forgotten men who, in 1867, made the perilous sea crossing to the uninhabited Hebridean island of Handa, just off the west coast of Sutherland.
  • The Skye Trail The Skye Trail
     

    The Skye Trail

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 59 minutes
    Walk with writer and broadcaster Cameron McNeish through the magnificent landscapes of the Isle of Skye as he travels from the tip of the Trotternish Ridge to Broadford on the 76-mile Skye Trail.
  • Distilled Distilled
     

    Distilled

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    New from the award winning Hot Aches. Distilled: The spirit of the great mountains distilled into a Scottish day out. Featuring Andy Cave.
  • Last Paradise - Feature Length Last Paradise -...
     

    Last Paradise - Feature Length

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 101 minutes
    This remarkable film uses the world’s most exciting adventures to address the world’s most crucial issues. Through the untold story of extreme sport pioneering (surfing, skiing and flying) and 45 years of stunning original footage, we are alerted to what was once 'normal' for our planet, how dramatically it has changed in...
  • Last Paradise - Adventure Cut Last Paradise -...
     

    Last Paradise - Adventure Cut

    2013 | 
         
     | 42 minutes
    Last Paradise is a 45-year quest for adrenaline and paradise using stunning original footage of surfing, skiing, jet boating, snowboarding, bungee jumping and hang gliding and mountaineering.
  • Assault on El Capitan Assault on El Capitan
     

    Assault on El Capitan

    2013 | 
         
     | 67 minutes
    Assault on El Capitan tells the story of Wings of Steel, Yosemite's most controversial rock climb. The story spans from the controversial first ascent to Ammon McNeely's highly anticipated second ascent 29 years later. A true story of adventure set against a backdrop of lies, threats and redemption.
  • The Cairngorms in Winter - Festival Edit The Cairngorms in...
     

    The Cairngorms in Winter - Festival Edit

    2013 | 
         
     | 38 minutes
    A celebration of the UK’s largest and highest National Park, The Cairngorms in Winter with Chris Townsend takes the viewer on a spectacular 40 minute journey through awe inspiring scenery in the heart of Scotland’s mountains in this special Festival Edit.
  • Out of Sight - French Subtitles Out of Sight - French...
     

    Out of Sight - French Subtitles

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    Follow a group of the world's best climbers as they explore the most hidden beautiful boulders of the enchanted forest of Fontainebleau in France. French Subtitles.
  • Made of Steel Made of Steel
     

    Made of Steel

    2013 | 
         
     | 83 minutes
    Made of Steel is the inspiring story of how one of the world's greatest female extreme sport personalities recovers from a near fatal parachute accident that almost confined to a wheelchair for life. Six years after the accident Karina Hollekim sets out to ski the famous Haute Route.
  • A Fine Line A Fine Line
     

    A Fine Line

    2011 | 
         
     | 49 minutes
    A Fine Line follows one season with some of the world's most visionary boulderers as they pursue the best - and worst - rock in America, from Alpine Colorado to remote Idaho and the Deep South.
  • The Island - Volume One The Island - Volume...
     

    The Island - Volume One

    2013 | 
         
     | 64 minutes
    The first of in a trilogy of feature length climbing films from The Island – Dave Graham and Cameron Maier. Volume One follows Dave and fellow climbers for a road trip in Europe in 2009 and 2010 as they send super hard routes in France and Switzerland.
  • Off The Wall Off The Wall
     

    Off The Wall

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 134 minutes
    A one man show about obsession. Filmed live in Llandudno, Off The Wall packs a full-on two hours of the best of Andy Kirkpatrick’s tales and humour, as he takes you on a wild ride up El Cap.
  • When Hell Freezes Over When Hell Freezes Over
     

    When Hell Freezes Over

    2009 | 
         
     | 97 minutes
    Filmed live at Stornoway in December 2008, When Hell Freezes Over packs in a full-on 100 minutes of the very best of Andy Kirkpatrick's tales and humour. It is quite simply hilarious.


  • Higher Ground Higher Ground
     

    Higher Ground

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 85 minutes
    Documenting a year long journey as seen through the eyes of a selection of world-class climbers, Higher Ground focuses on the importance of exploration, passion for the mountains and those who pursue the lifestyle.
  • WayPoint Namibia WayPoint Namibia
     

    WayPoint Namibia

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 30 minutes
    In May 2009 a small team of rock climbers departed for Namibia with two goals: to find a way up an unexplored face, and to find a way into a deeper understanding of southern Africa. WayPoint Namibia is the story of their journey.
  • Luxury Liner Luxury Liner
     

    Luxury Liner

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    In 1976, Indian Creek was a little-known, dried-up, ancient riverbed in southeastern Utah. But in that year the impossible became the possible: Earl Wiggins climbed Supercrack, a 300-foot vertical sandstone fracture from the ground up. Luxury Liner is the story of a bold man behind an unthinkable idea.
  • The Continuum Project The Continuum Project
     

    The Continuum Project

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 83 minutes
    The Continuum Project follows some of the world’s best climbing talent around the globe to document bold new routes and daring repeats on ice, rock, and in the alpine.
  • Self Rescue for Climbers Self Rescue for...
     

    Self Rescue for Climbers

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 126 minutes
    Self Rescue for Climbers is a comprehensive guide to problem solving in climbing situations, presented by Olly Sanders and Steve Long. Chapters include: good belay practice, simple hoists, escaping the system, abseil safety prusiking and equipment testing. 
  • Baisikeli Baisikeli
     

    Baisikeli

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 26 minutes
    Baisikeli follows the Kenyan National Cycling team as they hope to emulate the success of their running brothers and make a career in the sport.
  • An Epic Tale An Epic Tale
     

    An Epic Tale

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 79 minutes
    No South African team has ever won the Cape Epic, nor has any South African mountain biker worn the coveted World Marathon Champion’s Rainbow Jersey. In 2011, David George and Kevin Evans of Nedbank Team 360Life set out to remedy this. In their quest to compete with the very best, they would have to overcome obstacles and setbacks more...
  • Polldubh and Don't Die Polldubh and Don't Die
     

    Polldubh and Don't Die

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 42 minutes
    Two films in one, from filmmakers Joe French and John Sutherland: Polldubh is a celebration of sixty years of rock climbing in Glen Nevis. Don't Die is a gripping short film of Dave MacLeod's first ascent of one of the hardest winter routes in the world.
  • OM - A journey into mountaineering and extreme windsurfing OM - A journey into...
     

    OM - A journey into mountaineering and extreme windsurfing

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 35 minutes
    OM starts out with a quest to climb K2 and then ends with a journey to windsurf the coast of India.
  • Ayahuasca Ayahuasca
     

    Ayahuasca

    2000 | 
    Not Rated
     | 38 minutes
    Ayahuasca is a journey beyond the limits of human thought and desire, a visual journey of the body and mind into the depths of the Amazon rainforests and into the Antarctica.
  • Camanchaca Camanchaca
     

    Camanchaca

    1998 | 
    Not Rated
     | 27 minutes
    One of the most extreme windsurfing adventure films from the New World Spirits crew, performed in lagoons, at a height of 4,500m above sea level in the Andes (Atacama desert) amid smoking volcanoes, in the Torres del Paine National Park at the notorious Beagle Channel, on the Lago Argentino beneath the edge of the unique Perito Moreno glacier...
  • Amazonas - A sustainable life in the Amazon Amazonas - A...
     

    Amazonas - A sustainable life in the Amazon

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 33 minutes
    In 2012 filmmaker Thomas Miklautsch travelled into the Colombian Rainforest to search for indigenous tribes that still used to live in a very traditional way.
  • 5 Elements 5 Elements
     

    5 Elements

    2004 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    Considered as one of the most free-spirited windsurfers ever, in 5 Elements Thomas Miklautsch travels to the Amazon, Antarctica, Chile, Argentina, Tierra del Fuego, The Andes and even San Francisco, among other places. 5 Elements is the compilation of several of the most epic windsurfing travel adventures ever undertaken.
  • Cape Horn Cape Horn
     

    Cape Horn

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 37 minutes
    Presented in HD, Cape Horn tells the story of Ben van der Steen, Tine Slabe and Thomas Miklautsch as they attempt to navigate the notorious Cape Horn on the southernmost tip of Tierra del Fuego on windsurfboards.
  • Western Gold Western Gold
     

    Western Gold

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 90 minutes
    Join Savage Films on an adventure in search of the best highball boulders on the West Coast of North America. Phenomenal cinematography takes you to five new world-class locales: Red Rocks NV, Leavenworth WA, Squamish BC, Cody WY, and Castle Rocks ID.
  • 40 Days at Base Camp 40 Days at Base Camp
     

    40 Days at Base Camp

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 88 minutes
    Filmmaker Dianne Whelan immerses herself in the captivating world of Everest Base Camp in this feature-length award winning documentary chronicling Mount Everest’s transformation from a once-sacred space to mountain theme park.
  • Reticent Wall Reticent Wall
     

    Reticent Wall

    1999 | 
    Not Rated
     | 31 minutes
    One of the world’s most respected alpinists, Slovenian Tomaz Humar solo climbing one of the hardest technical routes in the world, Reticent Wall, A5, on El Capitan at Yosemite.
  • Dhaulagiri Express Dhaulagiri Express
     

    Dhaulagiri Express

    2000 | 
    Not Rated
     | 44 minutes
    After visiting a shrine to pray, Tomaz Humar walked to the bottom of the south face of Dhaulagiri on 25 October 1999, with his old friend Stipe Bozic, who would stay at base camp to film the ascent. Tomaz's nine-day solo ascent was historic both in terms of alpinism and psychology.    
  • Carrington Carrington
     

    Carrington

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 20 minutes
    Carrington is a short docu-drama looking at the life of Rab Carrington during the 1970s. It all starts with a chance meeting in a pub in North Wales, followed by an incident ridden trip to Argentina and ends in a small terraced house in Sheffield...
  • Dringo i'r Eitha (Climbing to the Limits) Dringo i'r Eitha...
     

    Dringo i'r Eitha (Climbing to the Limits)

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 49 minutes
    A portrait of a very talented young Welsh climber, Ioan Doyle, age 16, as he races through the grades to reach E5 in his first summer of rock climbing. (In Welsh, with English subtitles.)
  • The Unknown Mountain The Unknown Mountain
     

    The Unknown Mountain

    1995 | 
    Not Rated
     | 24 minutes
    A documentary shot and narrated by Jim Curran, describing the Indo-British 1994 expedition to an unclimbed Himalayan Peak, led by Chris Bonington.
  • The Journey The Journey
     

    The Journey

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 20 minutes
    Since Paul Pritchard became disabled in 1998 he has longed to return to the Himalayan mountain range. However, cycling a specially built recumbent trike is the only way he will be able to return to the mountains he loves and make the pilgrimage to Mount Everest.
  • Realm Of Darkness - Elusive Depths of Mexico Realm Of Darkness -...
     

    Realm Of Darkness - Elusive Depths of Mexico

    1984 | 
    Not Rated
     | 53 minutes
    Sid Perou’s deserved reputation for filmmaking can be summed up by this fantastic documentary about a British caving expedition to Chiapas in Mexico, 1984.  
  • Return to the Jade Sea Return to the Jade Sea
     

    Return to the Jade Sea

    1990 | 
    Not Rated
     | 55 minutes
    Inspired by the 19th century explorer Count Samuel Teleki, archaeologist Andrew Hartley sets out by camel train to retrace Teleki's steps across some of Africa's most hazardous terrain. 
  • The Yukon Quest The Yukon Quest
     

    The Yukon Quest

    1985 | 
    Not Rated
     | 52 minutes
    Documentary about a 1,000 mile dog-sled race along the Yukon Gold Rush trail from Whitehorse to Fairbanks, following the fortunes of contestant Rick Atkinson, an ex-employee of the British Antarctic Survey and awardee of the Polar Medal.
  • Barnaj Barnaj
     

    Barnaj

    1979 | 
    Not Rated
     | 21 minutes
    A documentary describing the overland journey of a climbing team by Sherpa van from England to Mount Barnaj in the Kishtwar Himalayas of Northern India and back.
  • Chasing Water Chasing Water
     

    Chasing Water

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 19 minutes
    In the multi award winning Chasing Water, photojournalist Peter McBride sets out to document the flow of the Colorado River from source to sea. Writer John Waterman joins McBride on this 1,500-mile journey, one that shows how the thirst of the 30 million that the Colorado supports takes a unhealthy toll.
  • Dragon's Back Race Dragon's Back Race
     

    Dragon's Back Race

    2012 | 
         
     | 68 minutes
    Only run once before in 1992, the Dragon’s Back Race is legendary. This film takes you in to the heart of this inspiring adventure as the 2012 race weaves a brutal path down the mountainous spine of Wales. 200 miles long, 17,000 metres of ascent, 5 days...
  • Out of Sight Out of Sight
     

    Out of Sight

    2013 | 
         
     | 50 minutes
    Follow a group of the world's best climbers as they explore the most hidden beautiful boulders of the enchanted forest of Fontainebleau in France.
  • Shackleton's Captain Shackleton's Captain
     

    Shackleton's Captain

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 85 minutes
    Captain Frank Worsley signs on as Captain of the Endurance to navigate Sir Ernest Shackleton and his crew to Antarctica. When the expedition ship is crushed Worsley's seamanship and navigational skills saves them all.
  • The Cairngorms in Winter with Chris Townsend The Cairngorms in...
     

    The Cairngorms in Winter with Chris Townsend

    2013 | 
         
     | 96 minutes
    A celebration of the UK’s largest and highest National Park, The Cairngorms in Winter with Chris Townsend takes the viewer on a spectacular 96 minute journey through awe inspiring scenery in the heart of Scotland’s mountains.
  • 3 Minute Gaps 3 Minute Gaps
     

    3 Minute Gaps

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 72 minutes
    For two years the crew of 3 Minute Gaps followed the world’s best downhill mountain bikers around the globe documenting them as they trained, prepared, rode, ate, travelled, raced, celebrated, commiserated, and made sacrifices simply because of the weight of ambition to be the fastest.
  • The Tipping Point The Tipping Point
     

    The Tipping Point

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 77 minutes
    Welcome to the world of downhill mountain bike racing. A world covered in sweat, perseverance and desire. A world filled with dreamers. A world that was dominated in 2007 by one cunning talent: Australia’s Sam Hill.
  • Masters of Stone 6 - Breakthrough Masters of Stone 6 -...
     

    Masters of Stone 6 - Breakthrough

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 64 minutes
    Breakthrough is the sixth installment in the legendary Masters of Stone series from filmmaker Eric Perlman. Featuring groundbreaking ascents from the world's top climbers, including Yuji Hirayama, Alex Honnold and Kevin Jorgeson.
  • Masters of Stone 5 Masters of Stone 5
     

    Masters of Stone 5

    2000 | 
    Not Rated
     | 67 minutes
    Installment 5 in the legendary Masters of Stone series from Eric Perlman, featuring Dean Potter, Steph Davis and Dan Osman.
  • Masters of Stone 4 - Pure Force Masters of Stone 4 -...
     

    Masters of Stone 4 - Pure Force

    1997 | 
    Not Rated
     | 57 minutes
    Masters of Stone 4 – Pure Force is a perfect mix of the old and new in hard rock climbing... and Dan Osman's exploits have to be seen to be believed!
  • Masters of Stone 2 - Hard Rock Masters of Stone 2 -...
     

    Masters of Stone 2 - Hard Rock

    1993 | 
    Not Rated
     | 56 minutes
    Hard Rock is the second of Eric Perlman's Masters of Stone films. From the overhangs of Rifle, Colorado to the desert boulders of southern Baja, from the towering walls of Yosemite to the wilderness pillars of Nevada, Masters of Stone 2 - Hard Rock takes us on an odyssey of adventure climbing.
  • Masters of Stone 3 - Third Stone from the Sun Masters of Stone 3 -...
     

    Masters of Stone 3 - Third Stone from the Sun

    1994 | 
    Not Rated
     | 56 minutes
    The third film in the classic Masters of Stone series, Third Stone from the Sun features non-stop climbing action from the cutting edge of the sport. Starring Ron Kauk, Dan Osman, Fred Nicole, JB Tribout and more...
  • Masters of Stone 1 Masters of Stone 1
     

    Masters of Stone 1

    1991 | 
    Not Rated
     | 58 minutes
    The first in Eric Perlman's legendary Masters of Stone series of climbing films, featuring almost an hour of hard rock action in the USA, and starring Ron Kauk, John Bachar, Peter Croft, Dan Osman and many more...
  • Arctic Journey Arctic Journey
     

    Arctic Journey

    1998 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    In March 1997 two men - medical doctor Steve Martin and project engineer Dave Mitchell - set out to cross the Arctic Ocean from a Siberian port to Resolute Bay in Canada.
  • K2: The Savage Mountain K2: The Savage...
     

    K2: The Savage Mountain

    1979 | 
    Not Rated
     | 44 minutes
    Documentary about Chris Bonington's expedition to K2 in the Karakoram in May 1978, which set out to conquer the West Ridge of the world's second highest mountain. 
  • Raging River of Annapurna Raging River of...
     

    Raging River of Annapurna

    1980 | 
    Not Rated
     | 40 minutes
    Documentary which follows the story of a team of twenty canoeists, including seventeen from Great Britain, as they attempt to negotiate 250 miles of the Marsyandi River in the Himalaya.
  • Upon a Painted Ocean Upon a Painted Ocean
     

    Upon a Painted Ocean

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 24 minutes
    In this film by John Whittle of Little Eye Films, Samuel Taylor Coleridge makes the first account in the English language of the experience of climbing during his harrowing descent of Broad Stand on Scafell. The film also places Coleridge in the context of one of his many walks with William Wordsworth.
  • Best Forgotten Art Best Forgotten Art
     

    Best Forgotten Art

    1996 | 
    Not Rated
     | 46 minutes
    Best Forgotten Art is Johnny Dawes' classic climbing film tracing the origins of the hand jam.
  • Push It Push It
     

    Push It

    2012 | 
         
     | 30 minutes
    Push It follows some pro and not so pro female climbers pushing their personal limits, from bouldering in Magic Wood to big walling in Yosemite. Featuring Mina Leslie-Wujastyk, Natalie Berry, Vicki Mayes, Jackie Sequeira and Jen Randall.
  • Get Out On Rock Get Out On Rock
     

    Get Out On Rock

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 129 minutes
    Top climber and coach Neil Gresham teams up with Libby Peter to bring you the very latest in rock climbing skills and techniques. Whether you’re venturing onto rock for the first time or getting more adventurous with your climbing, this film will provide both instruction and inspiration including ropework skills and movement...
  • On the road with the Red God: Machhendranath On the road with the...
     

    On the road with the Red God: Machhendranath

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 71 minutes
    On the Road with the Red God: Machhendranath is a multiple award-winning film directed by Kesang Tseten. Every 12 years, impassioned devotees pull a 65-feet tall unwieldy chariot, its rider an enigmatic god, on a month-long journey through the Kathmandu Valley.
  • Birdman of the Karakoram Birdman of the...
     

    Birdman of the Karakoram

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 64 minutes
    What's it really like to fly at 7,000m, crossing frozen mountains, soaring massive rockwalls and forging new cross country routes on a paraglider in the Himalaya? To find out, adventure filmmaker Alun Hughes joins high altitude paragliding star John Silvester on a tandem paraglider and goes 'col busting' in the Karakoram.
  • An Interview with Joe Brown An Interview with Joe...
     

    An Interview with Joe Brown

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 41 minutes
    A rare interview with the greatest rock climber of all time, Joe Brown – 'The Human Fly'. A relaxed Joe tells George Smith the story of his sixty-year love affair with Welsh rock.
  • Masterclass Part 1: Technique and Training Masterclass Part 1:...
     

    Masterclass Part 1: Technique and Training

    2005 | 
         
     | 101 minutes
    Part 1 of a two part instructional video series, hosted by Britain’s leading climbing coach Neil Gresham. Whether you climb F5 or F7c, these films are packed with tips to help you improve every aspect of your climbing performance.
  • Birdman of the Karakoram (Plus Extras) Birdman of the...
     

    Birdman of the Karakoram (Plus Extras)

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 133 minutes
    What's it really like to fly at 7,000m, crossing frozen mountains, soaring massive rockwalls and forging new cross country routes on a paraglider in the Himalaya? Includes over one hour of extra footage, including an interview with John Silvester.
  • Upside Down Wales Upside Down Wales
     

    Upside Down Wales

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    'The funniest climbing film in the world, if not Wales...' – UKClimbing.com From filmmaker Alun Hughes, Upside Down Wales is a window into the world of 3D and upside down climbing guru George Smith and his obsession with climbing overhanging rock in North Wales. A film with plenty of character that doesn't take itself too...
  • Masterclass Part 2: Skills and Tactics for Sport and Trad Masterclass Part 2:...
     

    Masterclass Part 2: Skills and Tactics for Sport and Trad

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 70 minutes
    Part 2 of a two part instructional video series, hosted by Britain’s leading climbing coach Neil Gresham. Whether you climb F5 or F7c, these films are packed with tips to help you improve every aspect of your climbing performance. 
  • From Nowhere to the Middle of Nowhere From Nowhere to the...
     

    From Nowhere to the Middle of Nowhere

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 45 minutes
    Two pilots, one paraglider.
 No roads. No hotels. No phones. No electricity. No support.

 This Alun Hughes film documents the first crossing of Western Nepal by paraglider.  
  • Line of Sight Line of Sight
     

    Line of Sight

    2012 | 
         
     | 66 minutes
    Line of Sight is the inside story of underground bicycle racing around the world. Through the lens of Lucas Brunelle's helmet cameras viewers are transported into the wild and dangerous world of Alleycat racing.
  • The Story of Indian Face The Story of Indian...
     

    The Story of Indian Face

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 31 minutes
    The Story of Indian Face is a compelling 30 minute documentary about of one of Britain's hardest adventure climbs, The Indian Face (E9 6c). Featuring never-before-released footage of Johnny Dawes repeating the crux section of The Indian Face during the first ascent of West Indian Face in 1988. Narrated by Jim Perrin, with...
  • The Endless Winter The Endless Winter
     

    The Endless Winter

    2012 | 
         
     | 93 minutes
    Mark Harris and Mitch Corbett are two surfers on a mission; to discover how Californian cool arrived on Britain's bracing beaches, and grew from splashy summer fun, to a serious obsession with waves. They visit the most iconic surf spots around Britain's 5000 miles of rugged coastline; unraveling how the men and women of our native...
  • Stone Monkey Stone Monkey
     

    Stone Monkey

    1986 | 
    Not Rated
     | 25 minutes
    Stone Monkey is the legendary film about rock climber Johnny Dawes, first released in 1986. Over 25 years after Stone Monkey was made, it is still widely regarded as possibly the best climbing film ever made.
  • The 80s Birth of Extreme Volume 1 The 80s Birth of...
     

    The 80s Birth of Extreme Volume 1

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 68 minutes
    'Bad hair, bad lycra; what more could you want?' Vol.1 of a two volume collection of classic 1980s films from Alun Hughes. Contains Total Control with Jimmy Jewell, Waterfall Kayak with Shaun Baker, The Fourteen Peaks with Colin Donnelly and Swallow Falls.
  • The 80s Birth of Extreme Volume 2 The 80s Birth of...
     

    The 80s Birth of Extreme Volume 2

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 88 minutes
    Vol.2 of a two volume collection of classic 1980's films from Alun Hughes. Contains Gogarth with Johnny Dawes and Paul Pritchard, Strone Ulladale with Johnny Dawes, Paul Pritchard, Bob Drury and Crispin Waddy, Buoux 8c with Jerry Moffatt, Ben Moon and Johnny Dawes, Statement of Youth with Ben Moon, Liquid...
  • Winter Sessions Winter Sessions
     

    Winter Sessions

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 105 minutes
    Winter Sessions gives a playful yet compelling insight into the world of gritstone bouldering in the Peak District. Features Ben Moon's first ascent of Voyager (8b) and Tyler Landman's second ascent. Includes extras and outtakes.
  • Everest: The Hardest Way Everest: The Hardest...
     

    Everest: The Hardest Way

    1989 | 
    Not Rated
     | 59 minutes
    Chris Bonington narrates this film about John Hawkridge, who has suffered cerebral palsy since birth, and his attempt to climb 19,000 feet up Mount Everest
  • Chasing Winter Chasing Winter
     

    Chasing Winter

    2013 | 
    Not Rated
     | 55 minutes
    Every athlete has an optimal temperature and weather condition in order to perform at their best, and for a boulderer, the optimum is cold and dry conditions; in order to live the entire year in these conditions, they must always be chasing winter. Starring Paul Robinson, Carlo Traversi and 12-year-old bouldering sensation Ashima Shiraishi.
  • Welcome to the Hood Welcome to the Hood
     

    Welcome to the Hood

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 37 minutes
    Welcome to the Hood documents a two month trip to Switzerland, Austria and France shared by climbers and friends Daniel Woods, Paul Robinson, Guntram Joerg, and Anthony Gullsten.
  • On The Circuit On The Circuit
     

    On The Circuit

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 34 minutes
    In the Spring of 2012, four of America's best boulderers converged in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado in search of something new...
  • The Schengen Files The Schengen Files
     

    The Schengen Files

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 22 minutes
    The Schengen Files documents American boulderer Paul Robinson's quest to climb many of the hardest boulder problems in Fontainebleau, France and Cresciano, Switzerland.
  • Climbing for the Fatherland Climbing for the...
     

    Climbing for the Fatherland

    2001 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    A fascinating documentary about the first ascent of the north face of the Eiger in 1938 by the Austrian mountaineer Heinrich Harrer, author of Seven Years in Tibet.
  • Everest in Winter Everest in Winter
     

    Everest in Winter

    1981 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    A captivating film about an attempt to climb Mount Everest in the winter of 1980-81.
  • Everest: Blood, Sweat and Tears Everest: Blood, Sweat...
     

    Everest: Blood, Sweat and Tears

    1993 | 
    Not Rated
     | 60 minutes
    Chris Bonington looks back at the first ever expeditions to conquer Mount Everest and the effect that the achievement of climbing the mountain had on climbing as a whole worldwide.
  • Mujaan Mujaan
     

    Mujaan

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 25 minutes
    On the distant steppes of Mongolia, using only simple tools, strength and ingenuity, a nomad builds a home much the way his ancestors have for the past one thousand years.  Mujaan (The Craftsman) is a vivid window to a disappearing way of life in a pristine wilderness.
  • Triple 5 Triple 5
     

    Triple 5

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 209 minutes
    As part of the preparation for the BBC Scotland's hugely successful The Great Climb 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.
  • Better Than Chocolate Better Than Chocolate
     

    Better Than Chocolate

    2011 | 
         
     | 60 minutes
    Better Than Chocolate is the stunning movie by Haroun Souirji about bouldering in Switzerland.
  • One Summer: Bouldering in the Peak One Summer: Bouldering...
     

    One Summer: Bouldering in the Peak

    1994 | 
    Not Rated
     | 56 minutes
    The classic early 90s bouldering film, following climbing legend Ben Moon as he ticks of many the hardest boulder problems in the Peak District.
  • Driven to Despair Driven to Despair
     

    Driven to Despair

    2012 | 
         
     | 50 minutes
    After an epic failure with visas for a Yosemite trip, Ian Burton, Andy Cornfield and Ben Talbot travel to Namibia to have the biggest adventure they can on a small budget with only a few days preparation.
  • Life on Hold Life on Hold
     

    Life on Hold

    2012 | 
         
     | 71 minutes
    Exclusive to SteepEdge Life on Hold follows Britain’s top climbers and visiting stars around the UK, tackling some of the highest and hardest boulder problems around.
  • Odyssey Odyssey
     

    Odyssey

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 65 minutes
    Odyssey is a road movie that celebrates the best of British trad climbing. Featuring James Pearson, Hazel Findlay, Hansjorg Auerand Caroline Ciavaldini.
  • Wide Boyz Wide Boyz
     

    Wide Boyz

    2012 | 
         
     | 48 minutes
    The award-winning Wide Boyz from Hot Aches. Two climbers from England, Pete Whittaker and Tom Randall, set out to the US to make the first ascent of Century Crack, the world’s hardest offwidth.
  • Towers of Paine - The First Ascent of the Central Tower of Paine in Patagonia Towers of Paine - The...
     

    Towers of Paine - The First Ascent of the Central Tower of Paine in Patagonia

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 27 minutes
    The original film recording the first ascent of the Central Tower by a strong British team with many glimpses of the characters behind the scenes.
  • St Kilda Cliff Dance - Echo of Birds St Kilda Cliff Dance -...
     

    St Kilda Cliff Dance - Echo of Birds

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 20 minutes
    Vertical dance ... this unique, beautiful and amazing footage is exclusively available on SteepEdge.
  • The Sends The Sends
     

    The Sends

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 86 minutes
    A two year rock climbing odyssey around the finest cliffs in Sweden.
  • Swedish Meatballs Swedish Meatballs
     

    Swedish Meatballs

    2007 | 
         
     | 59 minutes
    Join boulderers Dylan Smith and Carl-Ola Bostrom on a tour of Sweden's best blocs. Swedish Meatballs features classic lines and first ascents as Dylan and Carl-Ola spend a month on the road meeting up with the boulderers and climbers who shaped the Swedish scene.
  • Beyond the Horizon Beyond the Horizon
     

    Beyond the Horizon

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 55 minutes
    Colin Angus and his wife-to-be, Julie Wafaei, circle the world in a 43,000km journey by rowboat, bicycle, foot and ski, completing what Outside Magazine and many others have called 'one of the last great expeditions' - the first human powered circumnavigation.
  • Blizzard of Aahhhs Blizzard of Aahhhs
     

    Blizzard of Aahhhs

    1988 | 
         
     | 73 minutes
    Blizzard is a rockumentary style look at the known and unknown heroes of the ski world.
  • P-Tex, Lies and Duct Tape P-Tex, Lies and Duct...
     

    P-Tex, Lies and Duct Tape

    1994 | 
    Not Rated
     | 92 minutes
    This is not just another ski movie; in the spirit of Groove Requiem, this exhilarating film takes the concept one step further, uniting rich cinematography with unforgettable music in a mesmerizing mix.
  • F1rst F1rst
     

    F1rst

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 81 minutes
    The world’s greatest downhill mountain bike racers both on and off the course feature in this exciting film from Clay Porter.
  • Great Walk of China Great Walk of China
     

    Great Walk of China

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 49 minutes
    A remarkable film about the first people to trek continually along the entire 4,300km length of the Great Wall of China, from its most westerly point near Yumenguan, to its most easterly at Hushan.  
  • My Own Two Feet My Own Two Feet
     

    My Own Two Feet

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 60 minutes
    New for the snowboarding community – a feature length snowboarding film produced without using any fossil fuel, 100% sustainable – so instead of using sleds, heli’s and chairlifts, we’re using human power.
  • Latitudes Latitudes
     

    Latitudes

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 47 minutes
    Progressive and soulful mountain bike adventures that shows the deeper you get involved with your passion, the smaller your world becomes. From the acclaimed creators of the Chain Reaction series and SEVENVISION. 
  • Turbo Turbo
     

    Turbo

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    The winter season of 2008 delivered some of the best skiing the world over. From a record setting and truly unforgettable year. Stepping on the gas and dropping the clutch on this great release ... a fuel injected turbo-charged foray into wild snowsports.     
  • To the Rock and Back To the Rock and Back
     

    To the Rock and Back

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    On the 30th anniversary of the Fastnet tragedy Graham Bell joins Alex Thomson's Hugo Boss crew to race in Fastnet 2009.  
  • The Magic Mountain The Magic Mountain
     

    The Magic Mountain

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    It is mid-winter in the oxygen-starved landscape of Ladakh as Cynthia Hunt embarks on a journey unlike any other, to bring Ladakhi women to the capital city of Leh on the frozen Zanskar River for education in health and nutrition.
  • Kukuczka Kukuczka
     

    Kukuczka

    2011 | 
         
     | 46 minutes
    Jerzy Kukuczka was one of the most outstanding Himalayan climbers in history, the second climber to ascend all 14 eight-thousanders, but the majority of these ascended by a new route or in winter.
  • Racing the Hidden Dragon Racing the Hidden...
     

    Racing the Hidden Dragon

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 34 minutes
    Four ultra-runners participate in a 100 kilometre cross-country competition in the mountains of Hong Kong.
  • Asiemut Asiemut
     

    Asiemut

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 57 minutes
    A young couple make an 8000km odyssey on bike from Mongolia to the Bay of Bengal in India.
  • Musashi Musashi
     

    Musashi

    2002 | 
    Not Rated
     | 13 minutes
    Will Gadd and Ben Firth bring an irreverent, refreshing attitude to ice climbing while pushing the limits of an often-strange new sport on a first ascent of Musashi, the world's most difficult mixed climb.
  • Snowboarding Skills: Beginners and Beyond Snowboarding Skills:...
     

    Snowboarding Skills: Beginners and Beyond

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 123 minutes
    Snowboarding is a sublime experience. That feeling of surfing the mountain is second to none. In the most comprehensive tutorial ever made, Snowboarding Skills will not only reduce the bruise quota by 100% but also give you the technique grounding to take it the whole way.
  • Skiing Skills: Mastering Moguls Skiing Skills:...
     

    Skiing Skills: Mastering Moguls

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 84 minutes
    How do you ski Moguls? And more pertinently, how do you get to that heady standard with only the odd week to practise? There’s no magic solution, but Mastering Moguls, the third instalment from the Skiing Skills collection, is the next best thing and will show the skills required to master the bumps.
  • Skiing Skills: Beginners and Beyond Skiing Skills:...
     

    Skiing Skills: Beginners and Beyond

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 144 minutes
    Learn how to ski using proven training methods within the film that will accelerate the progress of an absolute beginner from their first slide on the snow to being able to competently navigate the mountain enjoying a wide range of pistes to ski.
  • Skiing Skills: Piste Performance Skiing Skills: Piste...
     

    Skiing Skills: Piste Performance

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 93 minutes
    Moving from intermediate to advanced skiing skills. Thanks to modern skis, you can start tracking around on your edges after just a few weeks skiing. Its the next level thats tricky. Why do you lose it the moment you ramp up the speed? How do you take up those extreme angles without skidding out?
  • Skiing Skills: Off Piste & Freeride Skiing Skills: Off...
     

    Skiing Skills: Off Piste & Freeride

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 104 minutes
    Off Piste & Freeride is the 4th episode in the critically acclaimed Skiing Skills series. In over 90 minutes of material shot in Chamonix, France, the team of presenters Peter Hart, coaching guru Sean Langmuir and trainer and former GB team racer Amanda Pirie break down the skills and techniques.
  • Mazungu Mazungu
     

    Mazungu

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    Mazungu is a film about a five-month solo attempt to make a first descent of the 2,922-mile-long mighty Congo River in a Canadian canoe. It won ‘Best Feature’ at the Llanberis Mountain Film Festival and was runner up at the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival.
  • Fifty Years in the Mountains Fifty Years in the...
     

    Fifty Years in the Mountains

    2011 | 
         
     | 71 minutes
    The 50th anniversary of Mountain Equipment is celebrated in this fast paced film showing decade by decade reflections of highlights through the last 50 years of climbing. Rare archive footage interwoven with emotional and motivating interviews.
  • Karen's Ultimate Challenge Karen's Ultimate...
     

    Karen's Ultimate Challenge

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 59 minutes
    Paralysed from the chest down, Karen Darke tackles an epic kayaking expedition with her partner, mountaineer Andy Kirkpatrick.
  • Ama Dablam - Beyond the Void Ama Dablam - Beyond...
     

    Ama Dablam - Beyond the Void

    2012 | 
    Not Rated
     | 60 minutes
    Ama Dablam is a film about two ordinary Icelandic guys and their adventure with Simon Yates, one of the most famous mountaineers of our times.
  • To Hell and Back To Hell and Back
     

    To Hell and Back

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    To Hell and Back is an intimate and frightening portrait of the consequences of one of the world’s best climbers becoming obsessed with a new route in the heart of Scotland's Cairngorm mountains.
  • The Adventure is Not Yet Over The Adventure is Not...
     

    The Adventure is Not Yet Over

    2004 | 
    Not Rated
     | 39 minutes
    One of the best of the new generation of young climbers, Leo Houlding, teams up with one of the greatest legends in mountaineering, Sir Chris Bonington, to celebrate his 70th birthday.
  • Birthplace of the Winds Birthplace of the...
     

    Birthplace of the Winds

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 27 minutes
    The Aleutian Islands are called 'the Birthplace of the Winds' in Aleut legend and four friends set out to explore and climb on these remote chain and enchanted islands.
  • The Other Face of K2 The Other Face of K2
     

    The Other Face of K2

    2005 | 
         
     | 43 minutes
    The second ascent of the Magic Line is the dream of a strong Catalan team, but a nightmare descent and tragedy follows.
  • Hand Cut Hand Cut
     

    Hand Cut

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 27 minutes
    Stunning skiing movie with a great soundtrack. From the hand-fired railroad days in Revelstoke to the miners of Colorado's San Juan Mountains, Hand Cut blends old-timer wisdom with self-propelled, big mountain, lines from Alaska, British Columbia, and Colorado.
  • A Matter of Doubt A Matter of Doubt
     

    A Matter of Doubt

    2003 | 
         
     | 28 minutes
    After three unsuccessful attempts on Annapurna, Jean-Christophe Lafaille is joined by Basque climber Alberto Iñurrategi on a wildly committing traverse of the East Ridge - ten miles long, mostly above 24,000 ft to the main summit.  
  • Trio for One Trio for One
     

    Trio for One

    2003 | 
    Not Rated
     | 57 minutes
    Dhaulagiri, Nanga Parbat​ and Broad Peak are three of the world's 14 highest summits. French alpinist Jean-Christophe Lafaille​ aims to climb all three in a period of two months. French with English subtitles.  
  • The Long Hope The Long Hope
     

    The Long Hope

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 75 minutes
    The dramatic story behind the hardest sea cliff climb in the world on St John's Head on the Island of Hoy, Scotland. Dave MacLeod's historic new climb, The Long Hope Route Direct (E11), is captured close-up with the latest HD cameras and contrasted with the challenges of Ed Drummond's first ascent through interviews and archive...
  • The Pinnacle The Pinnacle
     

    The Pinnacle

    2010 | 
         
     | 62 minutes
    The beautifully constructed and award winning film in which Dave MacLeod and Andy Turner repeat the climbs of the legendary Scottish pair of Jimmy Marshall and Robin Smith undertaken in a single glorious week.
  • Tears of Experience Tears of Experience
     

    Tears of Experience

    1998 | 
    Not Rated
     | 45 minutes
    The Southern Traverse in New Zealand is one the world's most famous adventure races. Attitude is everything but winners and losers are not necessarily the people who cross the finish line first and last.
  • Off The Rails Off The Rails
     

    Off The Rails

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 52 minutes
    Two young Australians cycle from Bejing to Moscow, a distance of over 11,000 kilometres in thirteen months. But this is not a story about cycling or merely travel,  it's about two people on a voyage of discovery and personal growth.
  • Pain and Suffering Pain and Suffering
     

    Pain and Suffering

    2000 | 
    Not Rated
     | 52 minutes
    A group of world class athletes compete in the Southern Traverse; a five day, non-stop multisport endurance racebased in the South Island of New Zealand. For one athlete; it was more testing than for the others as he experienced pain, pleasure, endurance, depression and ultimately, redemption.
  • So Far West It's Quicker to Go East So Far West It's...
     

    So Far West It's Quicker to Go East

    2002 | 
    Not Rated
     | 7 minutes
    Fontainebleau is the setting for a New's Year's Eve party for Leo Houlding and friends.
  • Miracle at Sea Miracle at Sea
     

    Miracle at Sea

    2002 | 
    Not Rated
     | 52 minutes
    The Southern Ocean has been described as the harshest place on earth. It is the Everest of oceans, and for centuries, it has been the mariner's ultimate challenge. This is the story of one sailor who defied it.
  • Fifty Fifty
     

    Fifty

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 94 minutes
    Warren Miller’s Fifty celebrates an incredible half-century of bringing you the hottest cold-weather action ever captured on film!
  • In the Shadow of the Mountain In the Shadow of the...
     

    In the Shadow of the Mountain

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 25 minutes
    In The Shadow of the Mountain is a half-hour documentary that charts one climber’s exploration of the motivations of climbers; why they take the risks they do in the pursuit of their sport.
  • Dying for Everest Dying for Everest
     

    Dying for Everest

    1997 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    On 15 May 2006 double amputee Mark Inglis reached the summit of Mt Everest, but only a few days later, he was plunged into a storm of controversy.
  • The Fatal Game The Fatal Game
     

    The Fatal Game

    1997 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    In 1994, after an exhausting climb to the summit of Mt Everest, Mike Reinberger and Mark Whetu reach their goal, but realise it is too late to return to camp before nightfall. They know their decision to camp in the open at 28,800 feet could be fatal.
  • Into the Altiplano Into the Altiplano
     

    Into the Altiplano

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    We went to South America’s Altiplano, the mountainous desert region crossing the borders of Chile, Argentina and Bolivia, with sea kayaks looking for water in the driest place on earth.
  • Supramonte Supramonte
     

    Supramonte

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 40 minutes
    Two of the UK’s best climbers attempt an onsight ascent of one of Europe’s hardest multi-pitch sport climbs.
  • Terra Antarctica Terra Antarctica
     

    Terra Antarctica

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 49 minutes
    Exploring Antarctica - the fastest-changing place on the planet - from sea level.
  • Paving Shangri La Paving Shangri La
     

    Paving Shangri La

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 15 minutes
    A visual display of the Annapurna Circuit, one of the world’s best known classic trekking routes.
  • Fifty Years in the Mountains ITALIANO Fifty Years in the...
     

    Fifty Years in the Mountains ITALIANO

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 20 minutes
    The 50th anniversary of Mountain Equipment is celebrated in this fast paced film showing decade by decade reflections of highlights through the last 50 years of climbing. ITALIANO SOTTOTITOLI (Italian subtitles).
  • A Short Ski in the Hindu Kush A Short Ski in the...
     

    A Short Ski in the Hindu Kush

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 8 minutes
    Two women on a horse ski mountaineering odyssey in Afghanistan. Sounds bonkers? Read on...
  • Kamchatka Kamchatka
     

    Kamchatka

    2004 | 
    Not Rated
     | 16 minutes
    Two women kayak 650km in remote far east Russia with a Russian ‘guide’ who has never been in a seakayak.
  • This is the Sea 4 This is the Sea 4
     

    This is the Sea 4

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 73 minutes
    Sea kayaking film from around the globe showcasing superb paddling destinations and a mixture of well known and less well known paddlers.
  • Lost on Everest Lost on Everest
     

    Lost on Everest

    1999 | 
    Not Rated
     | 49 minutes
    The story of the discovery of George Mallory on Mount Everest.
  • Tasmania Circumnavigation Tasmania...
     

    Tasmania Circumnavigation

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 29 minutes
    Three women battle gale force winds and stormy seas to become the first all female team to sea kayak around Tasmania.
  • The Dinosaurs' Track The Dinosaurs' Track
     

    The Dinosaurs' Track

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 29 minutes
    Stunning skiing film from the highest mountain area in the world - the Karakoram.
  • The Cable Car The Cable Car
     

    The Cable Car

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 7 minutes
    While travelling by cable car to a place somewhere in the mountains, an old man treats himself to some snuff. Et voilà! With every sneeze the cable car cabin is falling more and more apart. The man, however, is far from accepting his fate just like that. An animated short film.
  • Steel Women Steel Women
     

    Steel Women

    2003 | 
    Not Rated
     | 59 minutes
    Sheffield, the 'steel city', is a magnet for climbers and this film explores three generations of women who have made the city and the local crags their home.
  • A Great Effort A Great Effort
     

    A Great Effort

    1976 | 
    Not Rated
     | 18 minutes
    Based on the writings and poems of the great welsh climber Menlove Edwards, a recreation of a famous article and climb on Lliwedd in Wales.
  • The Mountains of Yesterday The Mountains of...
     

    The Mountains of Yesterday

    1998 | 
    Not Rated
     | 45 minutes
    Rock climbing in Riglos in Spain remains one of the most special experiences for even the best of today's climbers - but in years gone by it was a totally unique challenge.
  • South Island Circumnavigation South Island...
     

    South Island Circumnavigation

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 49 minutes
    A multiple award winning gritty, edge-of-your-seat portrayal of a couple’s battle against the elements while kayaking 2,400km around the South Island of New Zealand.
  • Falling Falling
     

    Falling

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 5 minutes
    A beautiful kayak film, stunning, memorable and which makes the water dance.
  • Skiing the Sky Below Skiing the Sky Below
     

    Skiing the Sky Below

    2011 | 
    Not Rated
     | 11 minutes
    Two very determined women mountaineers climb Cho Oyu and ski and bum board down in very poor conditions, surviving mainly through skill, determination and good humour.
  • Muy Caliente! Muy Caliente!
     

    Muy Caliente!

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 14 minutes
    Continuing the story told in the film Welsh Connections, Tim Emmett returned nine months later to his project at Stennis Ford in Pembroke. This time he succeeded, completing the coveted first ascent of Muy Caliente!, E10 6c.
  • A Great Day for Climbing A Great Day for...
     

    A Great Day for Climbing

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 7 minutes
    A rock musical; whimsical, entertaining and loads of fun.
  • Shepherd Women of Shambala Shepherd Women of...
     

    Shepherd Women of Shambala

    2001 | 
    Not Rated
     | 9 minutes
    A young woman shares the life and culture of a group of semi-nomadic women in the Karakoram.
  • Tea for Three Tea for Three
     

    Tea for Three

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 48 minutes
    A cabinet-maker, an orthopaedic surgeon and a retired geologist make for interesting fireside and narrow ledge company.
  • African B.A.S.E. African B.A.S.E.
     

    African B.A.S.E.

    2001 | 
    Not Rated
     | 26 minutes
    B.A.S.E. to some people is a way of life, bringing yourself to the fine line between life and death with alarming immediacy.
  • Orange Unplugged Orange Unplugged
     

    Orange Unplugged

    2002 | 
    Not Rated
     | 26 minutes
    The Orange River is born high in the Drakensberg Mountains and travels some 1500km before finally coming to rest in the Atlantic Ocean. Its descent is one of the most spectacular kayak challenges in the world
  • Fresh Air Riders Fresh Air Riders
     

    Fresh Air Riders

    2002 | 
    Not Rated
     | 26 minutes
    A common love of flight and the eternal search for 'thermals' that can keep their wings airborne draw together two pilots on a cross country flying adventure.
  • Oceans of Fear Oceans of Fear
     

    Oceans of Fear

    1998 | 
    Not Rated
     | 30 minutes
    Oceans of Fear - he promised himself that he would return someday to climb it and BASE jump off the top for a complete Winterhoek experience.
  • San Valentin: High on Patagonia San Valentin: High on...
     

    San Valentin: High on Patagonia

    1996 | 
    Not Rated
     | 26 minutes
    A small group of friends from Cape Town set off on an expedition to climb the highest mountain on Chile’s Northern Patagonian Icecap – San Valentin. Climbing the mountain wasn’t going to be the hardest part – getting there was.
  • I Can Do That I Can Do That
     

    I Can Do That

    2007 | 
    Not Rated
     | 10 minutes
    The lipstick blondes (Carole, Suzy, Ali B & Squash) go ski touring. They set off to attempt the first women's ski and snowboard descent of Mustagh Ata, 7,500m.
  • Meltdown: In the Shadow of Nepal's Lost Glaciers Meltdown: In the...
     

    Meltdown: In the Shadow of Nepal's Lost Glaciers

    2004 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    For those that thought the romantic picture of the snow-capped Himalayan peak was permanent, this is a rude wake-up call. Global warming is starting to impact dangerously on one of the most beautiful and distant parts of the world. True to the usual Slackjaw style this film is both personable and provocative in equal measure.
  • The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl The Wonderful,...
     

    The Wonderful, Horrible Life of Leni Riefenstahl

    1993 | 
    Not Rated
     | 181 minutes
    The controversial mountain filmmaker looks back on her life, her climbs, her loves and her connections with the Nazis.
  • The Climbers The Climbers
     

    The Climbers

    1970 | 
         
     | 20 minutes
    Classic rock climbing film from the late 1960's Wales climbing scene.
  • Siachen: A War for Ice Siachen: A War for Ice
     

    Siachen: A War for Ice

    2017 | 
    Not Rated
     | 82 minutes
    This film is about a war that not even the most cynical among the strategists could have imagined! We see 20 years of conflict simply to maintain sovereignty over a few hundred square kilometres of ice and rock lost somewhere in the middle of the Himalaya.
  • The Hard Way - Annapurna South Face 1970 The Hard Way -...
     

    The Hard Way - Annapurna South Face 1970

    1971 | 
         
     | 55 minutes
    A gripping and timeless documentary recording the first ascent of the South Face of Annapurna in 1970, apparently impossible but one that proved, with the right team, anything was possible.
  • Storm Over Mont Blanc Storm Over Mont Blanc
     

    Storm Over Mont Blanc

    1930 | 
    Not Rated
     | 93 minutes
    Eerily romantic and overshadowed by the constant threat of doom, Storm Over Mont Blanc (Stürme über dem Montblanc) is a quintessential Bergfilm ('Mountain Film') by Arnold Fanck, the genre’s innovator and unparalleled master. In German but dialogue is minimal - more like a silent movie!
  • Flying Fish Flying Fish
     

    Flying Fish

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 28 minutes
    Follow Scotsman Andy Jackson together with Bridget Thomas, Al Collis, Alex Nicks and David Kwant as they attempt to paraglide over the remote Nepalese hillside to the Madi Khola river which they then plan to descend by kayaks.
  • Everest Sea to Summit Everest Sea to Summit
     

    Everest Sea to Summit

    1990 | 
    Not Rated
     | 61 minutes
    The first complete ascent of Everest. No-one had ever really climbed Everest. Only by starting at sea level could a mountaineer claim to have climbed all 8848 metres of the world’s highest peak.
  • My Sore Pussy My Sore Pussy
     

    My Sore Pussy

    2004 | 
    Not Rated
     | 9 minutes
    Paddlers Gareth, Ben, JJ and Dave heli into the upper Hokitica river in New Zealand's South Island and have a lot of white water fun.
  • Andy Parkin - A Life in Adaptation Andy Parkin - A Life...
     

    Andy Parkin - A Life in Adaptation

    2008 | 
         
     | 28 minutes
    The definitive film profiling the life and work of Andy Parkin - regarded as one of the world’s finest alpine climbers.
  • Knowing Andy Knowing Andy
     

    Knowing Andy

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 33 minutes
    Knowing Andy delves in to the warped mind of climbing extremist Andy Kirkpatrick.
  • Beyond Everest - The Ongoing Climb Beyond Everest - The...
     

    Beyond Everest - The Ongoing Climb

    2003 | 
    Not Rated
     | 54 minutes
    Beyond Everest documents Sir Edmund Hillary's projects to help the Sherpa people of Nepal.
  • From the Ocean to the Sky From the Ocean to the...
     

    From the Ocean to the Sky

    1979 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    A rare archive film follows the 1977 Indo-New Zealand Ganges Expedition as Ed Hillary and his team attempt to jet boat the river from the sea to the snow fields of the Himalaya.
  • All Mixed Up + Fools With Tools All Mixed Up + Fools...
     

    All Mixed Up + Fools With Tools

    2005 | 
         
     | 52 minutes
    Two unremarkable female climbers from Scotland head to the Canadian Rockies to discover if they have what it takes to succeed in the super-steep, leashless, male dominated world that is hard mixed climbing.  
  • Rubicon Rubicon
     

    Rubicon

    2003 | 
         
     | 29 minutes
    A team of Russian rock climbers establish a new route on Great Sail Peak. The wall is 1,500m long with an average steepness of 85 to 90 degrees. At the end of the ascent, Valeri Rozov jumped off the wall in a wingsuit. A humourous and wacky musical.
  • Monkey See, Monkey Do Monkey See, Monkey Do
     

    Monkey See, Monkey Do

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 64 minutes
    Kevin Shields is known as the ‘one handed climber’. Born with most of his left hand missing Kevin has shocked the climbing world with his ascents.
  • Mountains Without Barriers Mountains Without...
     

    Mountains Without Barriers

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 25 minutes
    Three men who prove that disabilties lead to possibilities are Erik Weihenmayer and Andy Holzer - both blind - and Hugh Herr, a double-leg amputee. These three men attempt to climb the Cassin route on an enormous tower in the Dolomities.
  • Thumbnail Thumbnail
     

    Thumbnail

    2004 | 
    Not Rated
     | 58 minutes
    In one of the many fjords on the South coast of Greenland there is what Europeans have baptized the 'Thumbnail' - a granite wall a mile high, the tallest cliff in the world. Cecilia and Roberta, two of the best mountain climbers today, prepare to ascend. They approach the wall by kayak, rowing for several days through icebergs, passing...
  • Committed Volume 2 Committed Volume 2
     

    Committed Volume 2

    2008 | 
         
     | 106 minutes
    Committed Volume 2 showcases five of Britain's best climbers on a spectacular array of hard routes: the terrifying Walk of Life; one of Scotland's toughest winter routes; gritstone's best 'last great problem'; the youngest female ascent of an E7 and the world's maddest mantel; it's all here.
  • By a Thread By a Thread
     

    By a Thread

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 9 minutes
    The only way to truly feel your life is by risking it. This incredibly thrilling short film features a determined climber in the Spanish Sierra Nevada, with an ironic twist that can only be called heaven-sent.
  • Under the Sky, Above the Sea Under the Sky, Above...
     

    Under the Sky, Above the Sea

    1999 | 
    Not Rated
     | 25 minutes
    Deep Water Soloing on Britain's South Coast.
  • The Real Thing The Real Thing
     

    The Real Thing

    1996 | 
         
     | 53 minutes
    The Real Thing is the first feature length bouldering movie ever made. Britain's top rock climbers Jerry Moffatt and Ben Moon take you on a rollercoaster road trip from the classic gritstone crags of the UK's Peak District to the mecca of European and World climbing in Fontainebleau, France.
  • Shortcut Shortcut
     

    Shortcut

    2011 | 
         
     | 10 minutes
    Fast paced and original short mountain bike film. This award winning film shows Matt Barlow's route home from Bangor University, travelling through some of the landmarks - showcasing his skills wth the mountain bike.
  • Fluid Dynamics Fluid Dynamics
     

    Fluid Dynamics

    2003 | 
    Not Rated
     | 58 minutes
    An extreme kayak film from the camera of Dave Kwant. The film follows Scottish Team Slug (aka Dave Kwant, Greg Nicks, Colin Aitken and Pete Kyriakoudis) as they tour the world in search of exciting water which at times is more than they bargained for.
  • Stone Love Stone Love
     

    Stone Love

    2001 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    Five of Britain's strongest climbers on a week long bouldering trip to Cresciano in Switzerland.
  • Bonington's Secret Mountain Bonington's Secret...
     

    Bonington's Secret Mountain

    1999 | 
    Not Rated
     | 93 minutes
    A film following Chris Bonington and a team attempting to climb the peak of Sepu Kangri.
  • In the Shadow of the Condor In the Shadow of the...
     

    In the Shadow of the Condor

    2002 | 
    Not Rated
     | 46 minutes
    From Serac Adventure Films, a canoeing and climbing adventure in the wildest corner of Chile.
  • Salathe - Blood Sweat & Bagels + Splinter Salathe - Blood Sweat...
     

    Salathe - Blood Sweat & Bagels + Splinter

    2001 | 
    Not Rated
     | 55 minutes
    Two of Britain’s top free climbers decide to take on one of Yosemite’s most awesome lumps of granite; the thousand vertical metres of El Capitan – via it’s hardest line – with no prior experience of big walling whatsoever.
  • The Shadow of Time The Shadow of Time
     

    The Shadow of Time

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    Exploring the mysteries of the deepest caves of the Marguareis in the Maritime Alps, where the creation of the caves and the lives of the cavers are seen through the eyes of a blithe shadow spirit who lives in the womb of the earth.
  • The Final Solution The Final Solution
     

    The Final Solution

    2005 | 
    Not Rated
     | 10 minutes
    Touching and hilarious 10 minute short by filmmaker Dave Halsted about the redoubtable Stuart Allwood who climbs despite illness and regardless of disability.
  • To The Rainbow To The Rainbow
     

    To The Rainbow

    2009 | 
         
     | 14 minutes
    Paul Pritchard returns years after his accident with old friend Johnny Dawes to one of their teenage stomping grounds.
  • Iron Man Iron Man
     

    Iron Man

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 55 minutes
    The legendary athlete Joss Naylor, retired shepherd from Wasdale, wanted to celebrate his fifty years of competitive fell running. So on the longest day of the year he set off from Mungrisdale in the northern fells to run home to Greendale in the Wasdale valley.
  • Rock Queen Rock Queen
     

    Rock Queen

    1997 | 
    Not Rated
     | 47 minutes
    Catherine Destivelle has rock climbed all over the world and soloed the north face of the Eiger. In 1997 she travelled to remote Scottish island of Orkney to climb the Old Man of Hoy with her husband Eric.
  • Stick It Stick It
     

    Stick It

    2001 | 
    Not Rated
     | 53 minutes
    Ground breaking bouldering with great action and soundtrack.
  • Hard Grit Hard Grit
     

    Hard Grit

    1999 | 
         
     | 64 minutes
    Perhaps the best loved and most seen of all climbing films, Hard Grit is an iconic look at Britain’s gritstone climbing scene.
  • Wings On Your Feet Wings On Your Feet
     

    Wings On Your Feet

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    Fulvio Mariani and John Falkiner have dedicated their lives to Telemark Skiing in some of the most beautiful mountain ranges of the world. This chosen lifestyle takes them to Patagonia, Lebanon, the Dolomites and Kashmir.
  • Farther Than the Eye Can See Farther Than the Eye...
     

    Farther Than the Eye Can See

    2003 | 
         
     | 75 minutes
    Climbing Everest is tough; climbing it blind is exceptional.
  • Equilibrium Equilibrium
     

    Equilibrium

    2000 | 
         
     | 25 minutes
    Mark Turnbull's film about Neil Bentley’s first ascent of gritstone’s first E10 – gripping and compulsive viewing with great insight into the climber’s dedication.
  • Grozny Dreaming Grozny Dreaming
     

    Grozny Dreaming

    2008 | 
    Not Rated
     | 60 minutes
    This unique film is a travel diary from 1995 that accompanies the German musician Uwe Berkemer and the Caucasian Chamber Orchestra from rehearsals to the concerts in the most distant parts of the Caucasus.
  • Everest the Hard Way Everest the Hard Way
     

    Everest the Hard Way

    1975 | 
         
     | 75 minutes
    The classic expedition documentary of the 1975 British Expedition led by Chris Bonington up the South West Face of Everest. The summit was reached by Doug Scott and Dougal Haston followed by an epic bivouac just below the summit.
  • Welsh Connections Welsh Connections
     

    Welsh Connections

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 76 minutes
    A cocktail of diverse climbing; from hard trad onsights and first ascents, to intense limestone sport, slate, bouldering and deep water soloing. Welcome to Wales.
  • Naylor's Run Naylor's Run
     

    Naylor's Run

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    Joss Naylor's fellrunning exploits have made him a legend in his own time. He celebrated his 60th birthday by attempting the 60 highest Lakeland peaks in 36 hours. Follow the pleasures and the pain experience by Joss on his historic run, and glimpse his hardworking life as a shepherd in Wasdale.
  • Wordsworth's Lakes Wordsworth's Lakes
     

    Wordsworth's Lakes

    2010 | 
    Not Rated
     | 16 minutes
    A film that represents the excursions William and Dorothy Wordsworth made during their Lake District years, the walking being both their mantra and creative canvas.
  • Committed Volume 1 Committed Volume 1
     

    Committed Volume 1

    2007 | 
         
     | 77 minutes
    Featuring Britain's best rock climbers, plus top overseas visitors, Committed Vol.1 packs in over 200 'E' points of action: the hardest and most dangerous ascents that have been grabbing the climbing headlines everywhere.
  • Der Weisse Rausch Der Weisse Rausch
     

    Der Weisse Rausch

    1931 | 
    Not Rated
     | 75 minutes
    This historic film shows the German mountain heroic film genre perfectly.
  • Quest for the Sublime Quest for the Sublime
     

    Quest for the Sublime

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 8 minutes
    A young William Wordwsworth climbs Snowdon. John Whittle's dramatic reconstruction displays Wordsworth's need for something beyond the pastoral, an excursion into the epic and unpredictable, a need to engage with elemental nature.
  • A Thin White Line A Thin White Line
     

    A Thin White Line

    2001 | 
         
     | 65 minutes
    Explore the extreme cold and bitter sweet trials and tribulations of the Alaskan Iditarod Trail in this award-winning adventure documentary.
  • Hot Rock Silk Route Hot Rock Silk Route
     

    Hot Rock Silk Route

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 25 minutes
    A fast paced and visually entertaining film which follows a group of climbers on a nine month journey, beginning in Turkey and travelling through the Middle East and Asia following the ancient Silk Route. 
  • E11 E11
     

    E11

    2006 | 
         
     | 53 minutes
    The epic story of the world’s hardest traditional rock climb. This offbeat drama-doc tells the story of Dave MacLeod’s first ascent of Rhapsody, the world's first climb graded at E11.
  • Der Berg Ruft - The Challenge Der Berg Ruft - The...
     

    Der Berg Ruft - The Challenge

    1938 | 
    Not Rated
     | 94 minutes
    Der Berg Ruft (The Mountain Calls) was directed by one of the foremost specialists in the German mountain film genre, Luis Trenker.
  • One Winter One Winter
     

    One Winter

    2004 | 
    Not Rated
     | 51 minutes
    Following Airlie Jane Anderson over three winter months in the traditional Slackjaw style, this film sets out to try and find out what makes her tick.
  • An Antarctic Odyssey An Antarctic Odyssey
     

    An Antarctic Odyssey

    2003 | 
    Not Rated
     | 9 minutes
    February 2003 and four Scottish adventurers set off from Tierra del Fuego on a dream antarctic adventure. Chris Tiso, Polly Murray, Tash Wright and Sven Stewart sail to South Georgia to ski and climb.
  • Celebration at Camp 4 Celebration at Camp 4
     

    Celebration at Camp 4

    1999 | 
    Not Rated
     | 101 minutes
    Highlights from the climbers reunion at Camp 4 in Yosemite valley in 1999, organised by the American Alpine club and hosted by Alison Osius. Featuring lectures by the living legends of Yosemite climbing.
  • Kilimanjaro: Going for Broke Kilimanjaro: Going for...
     

    Kilimanjaro: Going for Broke

    2006 | 
    Not Rated
     | 55 minutes
    The consequences of climbing can be tragic. For some, after life debilitating injuries, it is also a life fulfilling pursuit.
  • K2 Triumph and Tragedy K2 Triumph and Tragedy
     

    K2 Triumph and Tragedy

    1990 | 
    Not Rated
     | 50 minutes
    The events that took place on K2 in 1986 have gone down in the annals of mountain history. This classic mountain film by Jim Curran portrays the tragic events that took 13 people's lives trying to climb this savage mountain.
  • The Bat The Bat
     

    The Bat

    1978 | 
    Not Rated
     | 28 minutes
    The Bat is a cult classic based on Smith's famous tale The Bat & The Wicked and interwoven with extracts from Dougal Hastons's autobiography In High Places, the narration gives a rare insight into the competitive world of extreme rock climbing.
  • The Opening of the Third Eye The Opening of the...
     

    The Opening of the Third Eye

    2009 | 
    Not Rated
     | 22 minutes
    Summer 2001 saw team slug escape from the slurry isles (UK) and head for the steep and deep rivers of Norway. The Opening of the Third Eye charts the adventures of team slug through some of the finest whitewater in Norway...