La Liste: Everything or Nothing
Malcolm Sangster / Florian Moser
Mammut, Scott, Mica Heli skiing, Reusch, Pomoca & GoPro.
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Our Judges say:
Big mountain skiing at the next level.
Entertaining, sharply observed and engaging mountaineering film. Top notch photography, lovely history and utterly knicker-gripping high drama. Incredible soundtrack with some really intense musical moments. A very good film that justifies its running time.
Paul Hodgson Music Judge
A real adventure because things don't go to plan. Fabulous shots - look forward to seeing the majestic panoramas on the big screen. Empathy with all the characters. Music strongly enhanced.
Where is the limit, how much do you push your self your sport?
Ed Birch Director of Salt-Street productions
Back in 2016, free-skier Jérémie Heitz compiled a list of some of the most daunting and iconic peaks in The Alps’, to then freeride down them at record speeds. Having developed a taste for adrenaline, the Swiss skier, known amongst his peers as the fastest free-skier in the world, collaborates with his close friend Sam Anthamatten to set off on an ambitious new endeavour, that will take them across the world. The plan is simple, but by no means safe, as the duo write up a new shortlist, this time of some of the most awe-inspiring, intimidating mountain ranges on Earth, finding high-altitude peaks that surpass 6000m, taking the notion of steep-skiing to a whole new level, and redefining what it means to be a free-rider. On this journey, which takes them from the Andes mountain range in Peru, to the Karakoram in Pakistan, Jérémie and Sam set off on the trip of a lifetime. Though what goes up, must come down – and in their case, it does so at a frightening pace. This documentary joins them on their mission, as they strive to show off the natural beauty of the landscapes, the grace of the skiing, but conversely, the dangers that come with it – as they test the boundaries of human possibility. For these two men the scenario really is simple: it’s everything or nothing, and it seems like there’s rather little in between.