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Autana: First Ascent In The Lost World

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A brand new film about a close knit team of climbers who set out to make a first ascent on Cerro Autana (the 'Tree of Life') one of the Amazon's most remote and sacred mountains. Join British climber and and adventurer Leo Houlding and his team as they take on this complex and ambitious  journey, recorded by multi award-winning filmmaker Alastair Lee (who has twice won the Grand Prize and Best Climbing Film awards at the Kendal Mountain Film Festival). The film reveals the challenges the climbers face on the expedition, as well as some of the exotic wildlife they meet on the way - all filmed against the stunning backdrop of the Amazon rainforest.

This screening is present by Berghaus in association with the Newcastle Climbing Centre.

Director(s): Alastair Lee   Country of Origin: Venezuela  Year: 2012  
BBFC Advice: 15 No children under 15 may watch this film.  

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Pierre Peres-Labourdette said...

Great movie, both in climbing and adventure term.

4 years ago

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