1. Tomorrow I Will Be Gone


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    "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. Enjoy. See the trailer to our latest film here: https://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 www.mogwai.co.uk 2. Days to Come by Bonobo www.bonobomusic.com 3. The W.A.N.D by The Flaming Lips www.flaminglips.com 4. Intimate Controversy by Yovee www.myspace.com/yovee 5. Enter by Moonfleet http://soundcloud.com/bard-1 6. Ghosts N' Stuff by Deadmau5 www.deadmau5.com 7. No Turning Back by Gui Boratto www.guiboratto.com.br 8. Romona Was A Waitress by Paul Dempsey http://pauldempseymusic.com 9. You Are A Tourist by Death Cab For Cutie www.deathcabforcutie.com 10. Highway Of Endless Dreams by M83 http://ilovem83.com 11. Come To Me (Wordless) by 65 Days Of Static www.65daysofstatic.com 12. The Stranger by RJD2 www.myspace.com/rjd2 13. Dayvan Cowboy by Boards Of Canada www.boardsofcanada.com

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    • CORE Official Trailer


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      Available at www.Bouldering.com on DVD Blu-Ray HD Download This is the trailer for our upcoming feature-length climbing film CORE. From the director of PURE... 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 achievements on the stone. From Helsinki to Hueco, Africa to Italy, the enclosed forests of Tuscany to the vast open space of the American West, this film is a study in the landscapes and lifestyles that define our sport. Be there, in the moment, as a 5.14 traditional route gets its first ascent. See the mind-bending footage from Livin Large, Nalle Hukkataival's monster 8C. Watch as Fred Nicole polishes off his multi-year project in Switzerland – his hardest ever. All these achievements and more are brought to you here in Chuck Fryberger's followup to the hit bouldering flick PURE. These are the moments and the athletes that define our sport, documented here with a unique style that invites the viewer to be part of the experience. Featured Athletes: Nalle Hukkataival Matt Wilder Fred Nicole Kilian Fischhuber Kevin Jorgeson BJ Tilden Lucas Preti Cody Roth Michele Caminati Jamie Emerson Sarah and Steph Marvez Berni Fiedler And Many More. On Location in: Lander, Wyoming Colorado, USA Hueco Tanks, USA Helsinki Finland Switzerland Tuscany, Italy Rocklands, South Africa

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      • KINETIC - Jan Hojer in Fontainebleau


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        Kinetic energy [noun]: energy which a body possesses by virtue of being in motion. Discover how Jan Hojer started climbing and learn more about him in this short portrait of the German beast. Then watch him put his power to good use on the legendary sandstone of Fontainebleau, repeating and putting up new climbs. As an added bonus we included footage of the first ever worldcup win of the new Boulder World Cup Overall winner. a VAST MOTION PICTURES production for MAMMUT Director and Producer: Haroun Souirji Cinematographer: Haroun Souirji Assistant Camera: Daan Werdefroy, Julie Guignier Editor: Haroun Souirji Sound Mix: Laurent Mollard Aerial Cinematography: Neil Hart Glen Porter "Ave" http://www.glenporter.org Egadz "Clear The Battlefields" http://www.egadz.net Follow us on https://www.facebook.com/VastMotionPictures

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        • "No Sweat" Jan Hojer in Rocklands


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          • Sarsifal


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            Tito Traversa on “Sarsifal" @ Tetto di Sarre www.titotraversa.it Musica: Wrong "Trentemoller Remix"

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            • Video #3: BD athlete Adam Ondra bouldering in Fontainebleau, France


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              Black Diamond athlete Adam Ondra has recently focused his energies to the world of bouldering, and the results have been stunning. This December, fresh off his second ascent of Gioia in Italy (at 8C+, one of the hardest boulder problems in the world), Adam set off for his first-ever visit to the iconic boulders of Fontainebleau, France.

 We sent videographer Alvi Pakarinen down to Font to film Adam during his five-day trip, and he was on the scene for a slew of hard sends by Adam.

 Here is Video #3 of the three-part series Alvi edited together for us of Adam's trip, and this one capture‘s Adam's flash of Gekko Assis (8B+), one of the hardest flashes in history, on his last day in the forest. 

If you missed Video #1, watch it here: http://vimeo.com/35171521 If you missed Video #2, watch it here: http://vimeo.com/35329118 Adam wrote the following about the moments captured in Video #3: "After restday, we woke up into still and foggy conditions, but it was obvious that the fog must diminish soon and the sun will show up on the sky. Warm up in Bas Cuvier was an incredible joy, doing the first 6A (Marie Rose) and 7A (Joker) in a sunny morning was a true pleasure. Kheops assis was ticked off in a couple of tries. I went to L'Apparemment low start, an 8B in Apremont sector. This is truly incredible problem with insane typical-Font topoput. I had some problems, especially wet footholds at the beginning, but after an hour it was done. Just next to it, there was one more 8B, La pierre philosophale by Fred Nicole. A roof with hard fingerlocks, it was too much for the end of the day, Jacky was true claiming that this is one of the hardest roofs in Font. One last day. My goal for the season was to flash an 8B+, but within autumn having too many projects, I abandoned this idea and gave it up for the year. But one problem came on my mind, Gecko. My friend Andrej Chrastina told me about it 5 years ago, when I did bouldering very rarely. Andrej was persuading me to go to Font to try this problem, saying that it would fit my style very well. A last day of climbing of 2011... why not give it a try to fulfill my goal of the year? All the other goals for the year I had already managed to fulfill (excluding competitions). The day didn't start in the best way: after cleaning the gite and getting lost and searching for the bloc in the wood from a different parking, we arrived in the sector a little while after noon, already tired after the beginning of the day and after the climbing the previous day. I took some warm up, not feeling very well, but having a lot of psych thanks to cold conditions. I tried to remember the video from the previous night, asked my friends to clean the holds that I couldn't reach from the pads and I set off. First two moves were OK, then it was very hard to move left heel to the left. I was very close to falling, feeling that I was loosing a balance for a moment, but somehow I stayed on the rock. There is a one thing that I really love in climbing: heel hooking. And the rest of the problem is about awkward heelhooks and I felt pretty solid. The last hard movement I shrieked, but I was almost sure I would do it. I felt unstoppable at that very moment. Concrening the grade I am not very sure, I would love to claim that I flashed an 8B+, but I am awkward to admit that I could climb that well. Considering the effort and how (not) fresh I felt, I can't agree with 8B+, at least for my height. Or was I really in such a good shape, especially when all the other repetitions had confirmed the grade of 8B+? I wish I were, but my own subjective feeling tells me something else. The rest of the day we spent in Cuisiniere, where I had to climb Karma, the world-famous 8A. And despite humidity, mission completed. Duel, another famous 8A, seemed like an ideal end of the year, but I had to admit defeat in that humidity. Doesn't matter, the year 2011 was successful enough to make me feel satisfied and this trip will be definitely immense source of motivation for the next year. Font is an incredible place and the beauty of climbing there was even better than I had hoped. It is definitely, the best bouldering area I have ever visited."

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              • BD athlete Paul Robinson bouldering 8B+ and 8C first ascents near Cape Town, South Africa


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                Black Diamond athlete Paul Robinson spent a couple months down in South Africa, developing a slew of new problems just outside of Cape Town. Robinson had the cameras rolling on all his major 8b+ and 8C first ascents and has edited together this epic film of the footage. There's some seriously impressive climbing in the film, along with some insightful commentary from Robinson, so sit back, get comfortable and enjoy watching one of the world's top boulderers crush his craft.

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                • Could Be Worse


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                  A short bouldering film (27 min) shot in Ticino, Switzerland and Maltatal, Austria. Starring Nalle Hukkataival and Kuutti Huhtikorpi. List of problems: Switzerland: Conquistador, 8A+ Ninja Warrior, 7C+ FA Schule des Lebens, 8A+ Nameless, 6C+ Special Edition, 8A Fake Pamplemousse, 8A Walker on Earth, 8A Ninja Skills, 8B+ FA Maltatal: Wrestling with an Alligator, 8B The Power of Goodbye, 8B Marmelade auf der Schulter, 8A

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                  • UNDERGROUND PARADISE


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                    Bouldering movie by Michaël Rouzeau FILMIC Production Underground Paradise (8B+/V14) 3rd ascent Location Fionnay Switzerland Climber Fred Moix September 2008 Special thank's to Yves Burri, Dave Graham, Romain Desgranges

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                    • Welcome to the Hood Official Trailer (www.27crags.com/films)


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                      Welcome to the Hood highlights the 2 month trip to Switzerland, Austria and France shared by climbers and friends Daniel Woods, Paul Robinson, Guntram Joerg, and Anthony Gullsten. Climbing in Ticino, Murgtal, Silvretta, and Fontainebleau, the crew accomplished some of their biggest climbing achievements to date. Witness Guntram and Anthony send their first 8B+/8C, Paul make the first ascent of an 8B+, and Daniel make the first 8B+/8C flash in the world. At around 40 minutes in length, Welcome to the Hood gives you an inside look at the psyche and motivation that goes hand in hand with living and climbing with elite athletes. Song: If I could feel again, Pretty Lights All music in the film will be produced by Pretty Lights Record Label! Welcome to the Hood will be available on the 2nd of April as an HD Download on www.27crags.com/films for $10.99 and the DVD just $19.95 with FREE shipping anywhere in the world at www.Bouldering.com!!!

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