Citadel DVD

£19.99
Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey attempt the first ascent of the extraordinary 1200m long North-West Ridge of the Citadel, a stunning 3000m peak in one of the remaining untouched corners of the Great Alaskan Range

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Citadel DVD

Citadel DVD
£19.99
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Dubbed ‘The Mountain God’, the Citadel is a stunning 3000m peak in one of the remaining untouched corners of the Great Alaskan Range: The Neacola Mountains. Due to their typically poor conditions and remote location are largely unexplored. Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey are one the UK's most formidable partnerships in alpine climbing with many world class ascents to their names from the UK to the Alps and the greater ranges. Their objective is to make the first ascent of the extraordinary 1200m long North-West Ridge. 
 
Adventure film maker Alastair Lee embarked upon this project with the objective to push the boundaries and capture hard alpine climbing like never before. Employing the latest cineflex technology combined with an innovative vision the final results are truly incredible; the next dimension in mountain film. ‘Citadel’ is a stunning visual experience. To match its visual prowess ‘Citadel’ is laced with a strong sense of narrative. Like all good stories it is character driven and centres around one of the most unlikely yet successful partnerships in world alpinism. That of Matt Helliker and Jon Bracey. 
 
The stage is set for why two accomplished mountaineers must still seek out new lines in unchartered territory where the odds are stacked heavily against them. We take a front seat ride and are with Matt and Jon every step of the way through all the hardships and struggles, hopes and disappointments. What unfolds is a classic narrative arc where success is snatched from the jaws of defeat. 
 
Main Feature 50mins, Extras 30mins.
 
Released 2015.
 
Winner Cinematography Award, Danish Adventure Film Festival 2015.
 
Winner Best Documentary, Torello Mountain Film Festival 2015.
 
 
Riveting, pure and unbelievable,” Alpinist Magazine.
 
"Spectacular, a technical marvel," Andy Kirkpatrick.

 

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