Lhotse

Lhotse

23 minutes, Director: Dutch Simpson, USA.

It’s not always what we achieve that defines us, rather it is why we achieve such things that creates clarity in our existence. Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison completed the first ski descent of the 8,516m Mt Lhotse, the fourth-highest mountain in the world.

Breathtaking: K2 – The World’s Most Dangerous Mountain

Breathtaking: K2 – The World’s Most Dangerous Mountain

Breathtaking: K2 – The World’s Most Dangerous Mountain, 47 min, Director:Adrian Ballinger

K2 is known as a savage mountain that tries to kill you. But Adrian Ballinger and Carla Perez aim to summit the 8611m peak without the use of supplemental oxygen. Every step of the way the team faces hazardous conditions, terrifying setbacks, and crushing misfortunes.

The KFC

The KFC

29 minutes, Director: Richard Sidey, NZ.

Join five local pilots on a paragliding adventure in Tanzania, with the ultimate aim to fly from the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro. No training, no sponsors, no worries!

Wetterstein Ridge

Wetterstein Ridge

20 minutes, Director: Jakob Schweighofer, Austria.

A professional mountaineer from Germany has set the bar high. He wants to cross the entire Wetterstein Ridge non-stop without a break. 70 kilometers and 7000 meters altitude difference of exposed and brittle ridge climbing lie before him. In addition to strength and endurance, mental stamina and concentration are especially important in order to be able to move through this demanding alpine terrain over such a long period of time. Mistakes are not allowed. Subtitles

Allein

Allein

11 minutes, Director: Franz Walter, Germany.

Follow a climber out to Greenland for a solo expedition. He leaves the small village of Kulusuk with his sea kayak. After twelve days of paddling and carrying heavy loads he reaches his basecamp at the foot of Molar Spire. Calmly, concentrated and all by himself he begins the ascent of this 500m rock face, solo.

The River’s Call

The River’s Call

8 minutes, Director: Hugo Clouzeau, France.

Follow seven kayakers through the deep canyons and challenging whitewater of the Rio Apurimac the farthest source of the Amazon in the heart of the Andes.