"Tomorrow I Will Be Gone" is Outcrop Films' début feature length film. Set in the sandstone paradise of Rocklands, South Africa, the film follows a selection of Britain's finest boulderers on their trip, grappling with the best the boulders have to offer. Watch mega classics & Nicole testpieces such as Golden Shadow and Black Eagle.
No interviews, no nonsense, just climbing.
Featuring Micky Page, David Mason, Mina Leslie-Wujastyk, Lucinda Whittaker, Sam Whittaker, Scott Gibson, Grant Bateman, Andy Banks, Richard Sharpe and Nick Brown.
See the trailer to our latest film here: vimeo.com/35022331 which is on sale now: http://www.outcropfilms.com/shop-2
Music in order of appearance:
1. The Sun Smells Too Loud by Mogwai
2. Days to Come by Bonobo
3. The W.A.N.D by The Flaming Lips
4. Intimate Controversy by Yovee
5. Enter by Moonfleet
6. Ghosts N' Stuff by Deadmau5
7. No Turning Back by Gui Boratto
8. Romona Was A Waitress by Paul Dempsey
9. You Are A Tourist by Death Cab For Cutie
10. Highway Of Endless Dreams by M83
11. Come To Me (Wordless) by 65 Days Of Static
12. The Stranger by RJD2
13. Dayvan Cowboy by Boards Of Canada
Jon Krakauer wrote, “In any human endeavor, some fraction of it's practitioners will be motivated to pursue that activity with such concentrated focus and unalloyed passion that it will consume them utterly. As a result of this infatuation, existence overflows with purpose. Through immoderation, he experiences something akin to rapture.”
Yosemite Valley has long been regarded as the holy land for climbers and boulderers throughout the world. The origins of rock climbing lie in the 3000-foot granite walls lining the valley and the boulders that sit strewn about below these staggering monoliths.
In the late weeks of November, the Louder Than 11 crew gathered from all corners of the country to experience Yosemite Valley bouldering. As a group of passionate individuals, we enveloped ourselves in the landscape for two weeks, attacking boulders as if tomorrow would never come. On the surface, the very foundation of our identities is built on rock climbing—a sport that we believe is the greatest on the planet—but there is much more to this seemingly inherent addiction than meets the eye.
With Park Life, we strive to answer this age-old, omnipresent question: Why? By combining difficult climbing, captivating visuals, and engaging music under the all-encompassing umbrella of a professional production company, we hope to portray a unique lifestyle that has given us all a palpable sense of unwavering purpose. The long-lasting friendships, incessant failure and equally abundant success, reckless commitment and dedication driven to the point of complete and utter irresponsibility; it’s an eternal battle. We do it because we love it. At LT11 our media is always free, whether you like it or not.
A Louder Than 11 Production
Additional Camera Support by
Director of Photography
Motion Graphics by
Visual Effects by
Music Supervision by
Django Django "Default"
The Japanese Pop Stars "Take Forever"
Metronomy "Everything Goes My Way"
Gramatik "Dungeon Sound"
Umek, Baltek "Out of Play"
Mr. Sche & L. Ceasar "Hustle Maniac"
Flowers and Sea Creatures "Secrets we Stole from the Dance Floor"
Kemek "Certain Frequencies"
The Japanese Pop Stars "Shells of Silver White Sea"
Flowers and Sea Creatures "A.M."
T&K "Summer Night"
Best Boy Grip
Special Thanks to