Submitted by Max
A teaser for a proposed documentary about rock climbing and its history on Table Mountain, recently declared a ‘Natural Wonder of the World’, in Cape Town, South Africa.
Submitted by brad
Roll up! Roll up! Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the Frenchie’s Flying Circus is about to begin!
Film site: petit-bus-rouge.com.
Documentary feature 78 mn.
Hold onto your hats and get your tickets ready to join our crazy crew for a spectacular ride packed full of thrills and spills as we head off on a new adventure. All aboard the Petit Bus Rouge – we’re about to depart!
With plenty of new tricks planned, and inspired ideas that will test the realms of possibility, talent and teamwork will be needed in abundance.
Highliners, clowns, musicians, acrobats, climbers – there’s space for everyone onboard the Little Red Bus.
We don’t know where the road will take us or who we’re going to meet along the way but it’s sure to be eventful and a laugh a minute. From the sublime to the ridiculous is only a step, and the laws of gravity are there to be broken.
Hit the road and join our merry band travelling from Spain to Scotland, Brussels to Brévent, by air, land and sea… tumbling, flying, gliding and sliding, on a trip from the avant-garde to the extreme and all stops in between. There’s never a dull moment on the Petit Bus Rouge.
For years Beth Rodden was one of the world’s best crack climbers. Until a series of injuries shut her down. Now she’s climbing back. Presented by Outdoor Research, with music by Abel Okugawa, James And Blackburn, Yosemite, Uncle Rafa, and Zach Winters.
“Part of what makes a climb appealing to me is its personality, its beauty and its story. This long Steve Hong route out in the remote zone of Mineral Canyon is a quintessential desert crack climb, forgotten, and with a little something for everyone.”
- Steph Davis