Vertical South Film Fest – Montagu


Brand new adventure films at South Africa’s own big mountain film fest!

Come and behold the wildest parts of your backyard like you’ve never seen them before.

Making a change from the imported stories we normally get ourselves psyched on, this time it’s ALL LOCAL, with an evening of outrageous home-grown adventure films showcasing some serious mountain rampaging in the hills we call home. So put your money where your heart is, and come and support the blood, sweat and tears it took to get these adventures to the screen.

R15 of each ticket will go towards the Climb4Hope foundation. Free glass of wine for ticketed adults!

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THE 6 FILMS

WOODS N PEAKS
Kakking off in the footsteps of a legend!

20 years ago Bobby Woods pulled off a dramatic feat of endurance – climbing 3 of the Western Cape’s sheerest peaks within 24 hours, without equipment, and alone. The unearthing of a film made about the undertaking inspires 2 of today’s local mountain hot-shots to step up and investigate modern speed-climbing techniques to see if the 20 year-old challenge is really as monumental as it sounds.

by Garrreth Bird 28 mins

A PRIVATE FREEFALL
You might be able to string a rope right across the massive Slanghoek Amphitheatre, but why would you possibly want to jump off it? This film is guaranteed to make your palms bead with sweat!

by Roberto Colombo 12 mins

KING LINE
Cary Small and Andy Court set out to break the record for the highest and longest big line in Africa. Catch a glimpse of two fascinating characters who choose to spend their lives on the line.

by Zander Botha 4 mins

GOSIA SENDS SIMBAMBA NGAZIBINI
Gosia Lipinska sets out to balance climbing hard, motherhood and work life.

By Lise Wessels 4 mins

CRABTREE JAMBOREE
At what age should one stop climbing hard? “NEVER EVER STOP!” says Colin Crabtree, and it seems to be working for him!

by Garrreth Bird 4 mins

LIFE’S A BARGAIN
Choose your line: the story of a man and his somewhat obsessive relationship with a specific line up his favorite mountain.

By Nick Good and Robert Breyer

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