"October 4th 2012, Flatanger, Norway. After incredible 3-month battle, Adam Ondra makes the first ascent of the new world´s hardest route. Adam names it Change and suggests the magic grade of 9b+. The limit of human´s possibilities has been shifted and the long adventurous trip of a few friends to the northern Europe slowly comes to the end..."
Detailed info: WWW.CHANGE-MOVIE.COM
But was this epic journey just about climbing? No, not at all. This won´t be a next typical climbing movie. So what it will be about? Here is a "small" 24 minutes long hint.
Filmed and directed by Petr Pavlicek
BD athlete Barbara Zangerl climbing Super Cirill (8a) near Ticino, Switzerland.
Esdrúxulo Luxo 8a+ at the Tijuca Forest/Rio de Janeiro from Ricardo Cosme of Granito Filmes
A Day On The Diamond from Chris Alstrin.
BD athlete Mason Earle making the first ascent of Real Talk (5.13+), Lower Mill Creek, UT.
American climber, Jonathan Siegrist, embarks on a journey to France to pay tribute to the roots of modern sport climbing. After teaming up with Swiss superstar, Nina Caprez, the two climb the hardest routes the Verdon Gorge has to offer. Shortly thereafter, they stumble upon the greater meaning of climbing when they were least looking for it.
3 Strings Productions
Directed by: Andy Mann & Keith Ladzinski
Edited by: Andy Mann & Scott Neel
Produced by: 3 Strings Productions
Located in the "Cirque of the "Unclimbables", the elegance of this six hundred meter arrow of sheer granite is equalled only by the beauty of the climbing on it. Arnaud Petit, Stephanie Bodet, Beth Rodden & Tommy Caldwell were there, filmed by Benoit Robert...
In June of 2009, Beth tore the labrum in her right shoulder while bouldering in Yosemite and subsequently reinjured the shoulder twice. For this elite climber, it was the most serious in a series of untimely and debilitating injuries including a broken ankle and a torn collateral ligament in both index fingers. In the end, Beth decided her best bet for a full recovery was surgery to repair the tear.