Coming soon to The Project...

Brit Rock Film Tour 2019

We are very excited to announce that on Saturday 9th November we will be hosting a screening of the Brit Rock Film Tour 2019!

Brit Rock has all the best new climbing films from the UK’s top adventure filmmakers, featuring some of the country’s most popular climbers. The 2019 tour delivers a stunning line-up of compelling stories from the vertical world in its strongest program to date.

The Lookout Cafe will have the bar open and be serving pizza so you can enjoy a beverage and a bite to eat while you watch!


 

Details

Date & Time

Saturday 9th November 2019

6:30pm (doors open at 6pm)

 

Run Time

2.5 hours (including an interval)

 

Tickets

Non-Members £10

Monthly & Annual Members £5

U18s £5

The FILMS...

Little Flame 10 mins

produced and directed by Paul Diffley

Paige Henry is a young woman suffering from PTSD and depression. She finds relief through spending time outdoors; rock climbing, wild swimming and tree climbing. Paige sets her sights on climbing her hardest route to date at Pen Trwyn on the North Wales coast. This film will remind everyone of the joy to be had in the outdoors.

The Big Deal 15 mins

produced and directed by Alastair Lee

An action packed profile of one of the UK’s strongest female boulderers on rock; Frances Bensley. We follow Frances’ journey on some stunning and hard problems throughout the UK. Beautifully filmed this revealing short revels in Frances’ insightful and refreshing approach to bouldering all accompanied by her every enthusiastic and entertaining sister Alice.

 

Third short film to be confirmed.

Main Feature

Climbing Blind - the climbing film set for as big an impact as its story

Produced and directed by Alastair Lee

Jesse Dufton was born with 20% central vision. At four years of age Jesse was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa: a rare genetic disease that breaks down the retinas’ cells. At aged 20 Jesse could no longer read, by the time he was 30 his vision was reduced to just light perception with around 1 or 2 % field of view. As a life long climber, Jesse flies in the face of adversity training for world cup events and leading traditional rock climbs with his sight guide and fiancee Molly. As his sight degenerates his climbing continues to make remarkable progress. Despite his devastating condition Jesse only takes on bigger challenges by attempting to be the first blind person to make a ‘non-sight’ lead of the iconic Old Man of Hoy sea stack in Scotland.

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info@theprojectclimbingcentre.co.uk

Bookings:
bookings@theprojectclimbingcentre.co.uk

 

+44 (0) 1202 660153

Opening Times

Monday - Friday

12 noon - 10 pm

 

Saturday & Sunday

10 am - 8 pm

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