Summer Film Nights



We'll be screening a selection of films each Monday evening from 7pm, and better still – they will be completely FREE!

No need to book, just show up and enjoy! 

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Detailed schedule: 

Monday 29th July – Wideboyz by Hot Aches Productions

“The world of offwidth crack climbing is a strange sub-culture rumoured to be dominated by knuckle-dragging, bar-brawling dirt-bags! … Two climbers from England, Pete Whittaker and Tom Randall, set out to explore this world and climb the world’s hardest offwidths. … The tour culminates in the first ascent of the ultimate offwidth test piece, Century Crack, the world’s hardest offwidth.”

We have a special discount code with Hot Aches Productions, quote 'Spider' and get £5 off any product on their website! 

 

Monday 5th August- Life on Hold by Outcrop Films

“Two years in the making, “Life on Hold” follows Britain's top climbers … as they tackle some of the hardest problems around the UK. From the tough, mentally challenging highballs on the gritstone edges, to the short, powerful, esoteric teat pieces of the limestone and everything in between. This is a film showcasing the new emerging scene of strong boulders’ and their tour around Britain's finest.”

 

Monday 12th August- E11 by Hot Aches Productions

“E11 tells the story behind the first ascent of Rhapsody, a route considered to be the hardest traditional rock climb in the world. Told in an offbeat dramadoc style the film attempts to understand what it takes to climb a route of this standard. E11 strives to get inside the head of its first ascentionist, the understated yet quite remarkable Dave MacLeod.Oh yeah, it’s also packed full of ankle smashing, gear ripping, monster falls!”

We have a special discount code with Hot Aches Productions, quote 'Spider' and get £5 off any product on their website! 

 

Monday 19th August- Crossing the Ice

“Australian adventurers, James Castrission and Justin Jones, dare to tackle the perilous journey across Antarctica to the South Pole and back again, completely unassisted — just two men dragging their food and shelter across 1140 kilometres of barren ice. Many have tried;, all have failed. After much planning and preparation, Cas and Jonesy arrive to tackle one of the last great Antarctic odysseys, but discover an eerie similarity to Captain Scott’s race to the South Pole: there’s a Norwegian on the ice. He’s more experienced, he’s tackling the same record, and he has a head start.”

From: http://www.banffcentre.ca/mountainfestival/competitions/film/2012/

 

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