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|Corax||Some more films|
|Good idea for an album.|
Here are some more films.
The Eiger Sanction
|Posted Sep 29, 2006 7:42 pm|
|turistoalpinista||Re: Some more films|
|Thank you very much.I will attach them in a moment!|
|Posted Sep 29, 2006 7:46 pm|
|Good list! How about Grass, by Merian C. Cooper, http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0015873/ Filmed in 1925, it follows the annual migration of a large tribe of Iranian nomads (the Bakhtiari) across the Karun River and over Zard Kuh in the Zagros Mountains. There's also an updated 1976 documentary (which I haven't seen) about the Bakhtiari migration called People of the Wind: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0075052/|
|Posted Sep 29, 2006 9:35 pm|
|Thanks a lot,I will attach that films!|
|Posted Sep 29, 2006 9:49 pm|
|"Five Days One Summer" 1982 with Sean Connery by Fred Zinnemann & Giuseppe Rotunno|
|Posted Sep 29, 2006 10:08 pm|
|Thank you very much!I will attach it!|
|Posted Sep 29, 2006 10:09 pm|
|In case you might be interested, Cliff Hanger took place in Colorado on the movie, but was really filmed in the Dolmites in Italy.|
|Posted Oct 2, 2006 5:24 am|
|turistoalpinista||Re: Cliff Hanger|
|Thank you very much!I will fix that.|
|Posted Oct 3, 2006 1:08 pm|
|Sebastian Hamm||EIGER NORDWAND LIVE|
|NICE IDEA. NICE LIST!|
"EIGER NORDWAND LIVE"
9+10 Sept. 1999 - 33h Live-Ascent of SF-DRS and SWR. Video 225min BestOf.
Evelyne Binsack, Ralf Dujmovits, Hansruedi Gertsch and Stephan Siegrist
CORRECTION: ELEVATION OFF EIGER IS ONLY 3.970m !
|Posted Oct 3, 2006 6:19 pm|
|turistoalpinista||Re: EIGER NORDWAND LIVE|
|Thank you very much!!!I'll attach it.And I'll fix the elevation of Eiger...|
|Posted Oct 6, 2006 1:45 pm|
|Sebastian Hamm||Die weisse Hölle vom Piz Palü|
|Die weisse Hölle vom Piz Palü (The white hell of Pitz Palu)|
133min - 1929 silent-movie ; 1935 sound-version
Gustav Diessl, Leni Riefenstahl, Ernst Petersen, Ernst Udet, Mizzi Götzel
|Posted Oct 3, 2006 6:27 pm|
|I can suggest a film to add to your list:|
"Cerro Torre - Scream of stone"
(Original german title "Schrei aus Stein")
Runtime: 105 min.
The movie was directed by Werner Herzog in the year 1991.
The story was written by Reinhold Messner!
Should be a movie with terrific scenes on Cerro Torre in Patagonia.
I discovered it by reading a book from the famous german climber Stefan Glowacz. He even plays a major role in the film.
And you can see Hans Kammerlander as a supporting act!
There are as well some famous actors in the film, like Donald Sutherland.
I ordered the film a few days ago on DVD - I will give you some feedback, when I saw the film...
|Posted Oct 4, 2006 1:53 pm|
|Thank you very much for your commnet,I attached the film...|
|Posted Oct 8, 2006 11:58 am|
|Corax||Farther Than the Eye Can See|
|Farther Than the Eye Can See|
|Posted Oct 17, 2006 9:28 am|
|turistoalpinista||Re: Farther Than the Eye Can See|
|Thank you very much for your message,I attached the film...looks very interesting...|
|Posted Oct 20, 2006 1:26 pm|
|I saw a film called "The Descent" last night. It's basically a horror movie, but there are some climbing and a lot of caving. Almost the whole film is under ground in caves.|
I'm not sure if this one will fit on the "Mountains in films" page. Maybe. You decide.
|Posted Nov 8, 2006 4:49 pm|
|Thank you for another recommendation! I don't really know, if I can attach it... I will see it and I'll decide. |
|Posted Nov 10, 2006 3:15 pm|
|Good idea. Y|
ou better watch it first. It's not really a mountain film, but some climbing in it for sure and cave climbers may think it's a pretty cool film, at least until it becomes too much of a horror movie.
|Posted Nov 10, 2006 5:01 pm|
|jck||Masters of Stone?|
|Is that good title for that list?Well known, five episodes.|
There was a polish film called Wariant R, about the climb of the hardest route on Mnich(The Monk) in Tatras. The director was Sergiusz Sprudin.
There was also a film about first ascent of Nanga Parbat: I don't remember well but it was called Alpinist or just Nanga Parbat...check this out, IMO a very good movie.
Another film that I've watched recently was Gran Paradiso- pretty dumb, but about the mountains...
K2 was shot on Mount Waddington.
Besides few scenes Vertical Limit was shot in Aoraki/Cook area.
Anyway: good idea.
|Posted Mar 10, 2007 9:53 pm|
|dmiki||Some of the links are broken|
|A matter of doubt|
Eiger North Face
|Posted Feb 21, 2010 2:06 pm|