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Three heart-stopping new world-premiere rock climbing films presented by Spire Climbing Center at the Emerson Theater March 31st. Doors open at 6 pm and movies start at 7 pm.
Don't miss three heart-stopping new films featuring the year’s most significant climbing & adventure stories: a wild expedition on Nameless Tower in Pakistan; a new cutting-edge route in a massive limestone cave in France; and a journey to Palestine’s West Bank to explore the power of climbing to change lives. Presented by The North Face and supported by Black Diamond & Yeti.
The Emerson Theater
111 S Grand Ave, Bozeman, MT 59715
Friday - March 31st
$25 Day of
All tickets are will call! We'll check you in at the door!
Reel Rock 17
Reel Rock 17 features 3 short films. See below for descriptions
Featuring: Seb Bouin
Location: Verdon Gorge, France
29-year-old French sport climber Seb Bouin has been quietly working his way through the elite grades, culminating in his attempt to establish a long pitch out an overhanging cave in the Verdon Gorge of France. His proposed line is so futuristic, the moves so improbable, that if Seb can put it all together it may be the most difficult route ever climbed.
Featuring: Andrew Bisharat
In the strife-torn hills of Palestine, a diverse crew of Bedouins, dirtbags, and urban professionals embraces climbing as a much-needed respite from the burdens of the Israeli occupation. American writer & climber Andrew Bisharat visits the West Bank to explore his own roots and the power of climbing to transform lives.
Burning the Flame
Featuring: Barbara Zangerl and Jacopo Larcher
Locations: Nameless Tower, Pakistan
Big wall free climbing masters Babsi and Jacopo seek their greatest challenge yet: a free ascent of Eternal Flame, an elusive 3,000-ft. route up the legendary Nameless Tower in Pakistan’s Karakoram range. Facing extreme conditions and 5.13 trad climbing at high altitude, a two-year quest comes down to one short weather window. Captured with drones and on-mountain cameras in one of the most stunning places on earth, Burning the Flame transports viewers to a place normally off-limits to all but the world’s best climbers.