Award-winning climbing film producer Paul Diffley is planning a new route he hopes will propel his latest film 'Odyssey' to the top of the climbing film charts. Diffley has teamed up with global climbing apparel giant The North Face to attempt a daring alternative to the usual festival launch route.
The film is being premiered at the world's biggest bouldering wall, The Climbing Works, Sheffield, on 10th November and at the same time will be available to view on free stream via the Hot Aches website for 10 days. During this time the film will also be available to buy on DVD or via download at a reduced price.
We have two clips to show so you can see what this film has on offer. The first is a short interview with James Pearson made during the filming where he talks about his approach to trad climbing, what makes it good, what makes it dangerous and how he psyches himself up for a big trad route.
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