1. Shit Climbers Say

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    from Louder Than Eleven Added 175K 652 52

    Written by Andrew Tower Starring Andrew Tower Taylor Fultz Jordan Shipman Video Jon Glassberg Jordan Shipman Edit Jon Glassberg Thanks to Boulder Rock Club Urban Climber Louder Than 11 - LT11.com

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    • The Fields - A Bouldering Film

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      from Clayton Arnall Added 29.3K 279 17

      Selected as a finalist in the 2014 Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival, "The Fields" is a short documentary film following the story of local climber Andy White. The Boulderfields, also known as "The Fields", is a potential world class bouldering area located south of Kelowna, BC, Canada . Although the area has been known as a sport rock climbing area for quite some time, it's only been in the last few years that people have been discovering the amazing bouldering the area has to offer. In that time hundreds of problems have been established, ranging from easy V0 lines, to hard double digit lines. At the forefront of development in the area are local climbers Andy White and Jason Duris. After a life threatening traditional climbing fall, Andy started bouldering in the Okanagan and hasn't looked back. The film also provides a primer as to what bouldering is for those new to the sport. Thanks for watching! For more info on bouldering in the Okanagan Valley, please visit Andy's blog at http://okbouldering.blogspot.ca/ A Film by Clayton Arnall CLIMBERS Andy White Jason Duris Staci White SPOTTERS / HELPERS Ryan Heywood Bennett Heywood Nikita Taylor Stephen O'Laughlin MUSIC First two songs by Clayton Arnall made for the film. Third Song: Beatles "Come Together" Hip Hop Remix by Clayton Arnall Camera: Black Magic Cinema Camera

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      • Hoy Boys

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        from Rab Added

        In the summer of 2013, Rab athletes Tom Randall and Calum Muskett set off to Scotland with little idea of where they were going. With the weather appalling across much of the country, the only dry place was the remote Orkney Isles off the north coast. Two ferries and two days of travel took them to the iconic Old Man of Hoy, the highest and most famous sea stack in Britain. But that was only the beginning of the adventure. As it turned out, there's much more to Hoy than one lonely Old Man… You can read more about the trip on the Rab blog here - http://blog.rab.uk.com/2013/07/31/rab-rock-trip-summer-2013/

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        • Everest Underdogs - Trailer

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          from Carl B. Richetti Added 5,491 66 22

          Follow an unlikely group of climbers up one of the world's most dangerous mountains. Shot during the 2008 Chinese torch run of Mount Everest, "Everest Underdogs" chronicles an international group of climbers along their adventures.

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          • Fontainebleau

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            from Tops Off 4POWER Added 3,279 44 2

            Some Irish punts on a short trip to Fontainebleau... Filmed + Edited by Chris Rooney and Ricky Bell Musik...Round Table Kinghts - Winter Mix 2010

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            • K2 and the Invisible Footmen: TRAILER (short)

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              from Cultures of Resistance Films Added 18.4K 44 3

              K2 AND THE INVISIBLE FOOTMEN Directed by Iara Lee Cinematography/Editing by Jawad Sharif Located on the border between Pakistan and China, K2 is the second-highest mountain on Earth. For many climbers, it is an even greater prize than Everest, with limited routes, a steeper ascent, and a harder push to its summit. Nicknamed the 'Savage Mountain,' K2's peak is so much higher than the rest of the surrounding range that it juts unprotected into the atmosphere, regularly exposing climbers to life-threatening weather conditions. In 2008, a tragic disaster on K2 claimed the lives of 11 mountaineers. Four of those who lost their lives in the disaster were porters hired to carry the equipment and provisions of foreign climbing expeditions. Despite being paid at rates far below those received by international expedition leaders, such porters – whether they provide critical supplies to expedition base camps or take on higher-altitude tasks in support of ascending climbers – take on difficult and dangerous work. These efforts make them worthy of recognition as the true heroes of mountaineering. In K2 AND THE INVISIBLE FOOTMEN, filmmaker Iara Lee and her team chronicle the lives of those who make possible ascents of the world's tallest mountains, including both Pakistani porters and Nepalese sherpas. The film also follows the first official all-Pakistani climbing team, made up of former porters. This team successfully summited in 2014, on the 60th anniversary of the first ascent of the mountain. Amid breathtaking scenery, the film depicts the everyday sacrifices of porters and the courage of those indigenous climbers who choose to return to scale K2 in spite of past tragedies. In their striving to perfect their craft, these mountaineers provide a fresh look into the cultures and national traditions of Pakistan, a country typically portrayed in the foreign media as merely a land of conflict and sectarian strife.

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              • Why We Climb Trailer

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                from Viper Studios, Inc. Added 9,698 40 3

                This is the Trailer to the upcoming short documentary Why We Climb. Directed by Jason Nower The Song is 'WHIRRING' by THE JOY FORMIDABLE For updates on the progress of the film add us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Why-We-Climb/188470301206308?sk=wall

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                • Canopy Climbers "Far"

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                  from Danny Brown Added 2,362 39 2

                  "Far" is a music video shot on 16mm film combining the cityscapes of Los Angeles double exposed with silhouettes of classically trained dancers. In an age where digital is the main medium, this music video shows that film still has a purpose in achieving a certain look that digital cannot.

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                  • HIGHSTEP | Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera on Filmpower Nebula 4000 Lite Stabilizer

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                    from H. Paul Moon Added 8,109 38 19

                    HIGHSTEP is an encounter on the beach with rock climbers honing their craft and hanging out with friends. I was home for the holidays in Orange County, off to the tidal basin at Corona del Mar with my nephew to try out the new Filmpower Nebula 4000 Lite 3-axis brushless motorized gimbal stabilizer. Always on the lookout for character subjects, I ran into these climbers, and their friendly enthusiasm was the real thing. This video owes completely to their casual kindness: it was serendipitous to meet them, and to come up with this unplanned film within an hour on December 22, 2014. No less, I caught some beautiful light flares from the setting sun that you just can't stage. And I thought the stabilizer brought a revolutionary new capability to this sort of simplified backpack shoot, for total elegance of movement equivalent to large-scale productions that require hours of setup time with dolly tracks and jibs. That's the essence of this small camera revolution: it's been only a year since we got 10-bit 4:2:2 RAW capture in a film log color space at such a tiny profile in the Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera (BMPCC). It's the perfect match for the Nebula 4000: flying past online nerd fights (you wouldn't believe) over firmware tuning and PID settings, it's buttery smooth right out of the flight case after just a few minutes of physical balancing. I could have pushed the weight limits, mounting a Panasonic GH4, but then would have needed to hook up a heavy Atomos Shogun for capturing video quality equivalent to the BMPCC, defeating the purpose of the Nebula 4000's miniature freedom of movement. I am grateful to Moby for permission to use his cerebral tune "Look Back In," while Silent Partner rounds things out with their aggressive "Armadillo." Thanks to my nephew Aaron Richter for assisting on camera and pulling together the music. Thanks also to Filmpower for creating the Nebula 4000 (at http://focuspull.in/n4000). And mostly, thanks to the climbers in this film for their inspiration. Filmed and edited by H. Paul Moon | Zen Violence Films | http://zenviolence.com Assistant camera and music supervision by Aaron Richter

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                    • ESCALADORAS

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                      from ALUA media Added 8,219 34 6

                      Un proyecto personal de fotografía en blanco y negro, sobretodo de retratos, de chicas escaladoras en España. Aunque muchos piensan que la mujer lleva toda la vida haciendo deporte no es ni mucho menos así, y menos aún en los deportes en la naturaleza. Pero los tiempos cambian, la sociedad cambia, y estas fotos son una prueba de ello ;-) -------------------- A personal black & white photography project about women climbers in Spain. ---------------------------------- Music: www.jessicaallossery.com. Song: Change the world You can buy her music here: http://www.amazon.com/Learn/dp/B0047FONNO/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=dmusic&qid=1289355506&sr=8-3

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