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Fontainebleau (100m)
Paris Basin

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    • UK 
    • Color
    • 35 min 

    This anarchic comedy parodies the hard-core rock-jock mountaineering scene. Finally, a climbing film without any climbing or narrative, in this hysterical analysis of the modern climbing ethic. The onslaught of comedic sketches mirrors the achievements of our heroes. Features a battle scene, superheroes, villains, insane caricatures, short animations, and film parodies. Visually stunning, very funny and slightly risqué -- an experimental climbing comedy falling off the edge. (It is possible for the film to be edited into shorter sections or for sections to be shown individually, particularly the opening parody of Touching the Void.) ("Touching Myself").


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    Drama

    • France 
    • B/W sound
    • 20 min 

    La République nous appelle is a documentary about rock climbing that takes place in Aiguille De La République and Fontainebleau. It was directed by René Vernadet in 1954 and produced by Société Française de Cinématographie. It features Jacques Fromentin and Michel Bastien.


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    Documentary

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