With just 2 months to go before its long awaited premiere we've been fortunate enough to get our hands on a full copy of the final two hour edit of Terry Abraham's latest Lakeland masterpiece, Life of a Mountain: Blencathra.
Wednesday, 17 February 2016 12:07

Catherine Destivelle: Rock Queen reviewed

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Originally published in Paris with the title "Ascensions", Rock Queen is the English translation of the autobiography of one of climbing's most iconic figures of the last half a century.
Tuesday, 08 December 2015 23:10

Warren Miller: Chasing Shadows Film

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I love adventure films, it can be of any outdoor discipline I don’t mind. Admittedly as anything there can be varying qualities. Film Festivals are great for them, like that the Banff Mountain Film Festival, variety and quality of equal measures. I have to admit I was not aware of Warren Millers films, how I have no idea as it is the 66th film he has put out on an annual basis. I have had a look through the back…
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 08:43

Posing Productions Citadel reviewed

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Two years ago The Last Great Climb completed the trilogy of Alastair Lee's Holywood style blockbuster films with Leo Houlding and team and the death of Sean "Stanley" Leary shortly afterwards brought to an end the most successful partnership in adventure film making. Despite, or perhaps because of, the 1st BritRock Tour there were serious questions as to whether another TLGC was the final big impact, headline, film that would emerge from the Lancashire studios of Posing Productions.
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