Short film Bala Bala tells a story about Klemen’s contribution to Slovenian climbing scene through developing climbing area called Osp, especially its most famous crag, where the hardest rock climbing routes are found, called “Pajkova streha”, which means Spider’s roof.
The story follows Klemen’s achievments in developing and climbing the marvelous cave, full of limestone tufas; since the year of 2007, Klemen bolted 7 popular routes, including two of the hardest rock climbs in Slovenia, Halupca 1979 (9a) and Waterworld (9a), which Klemen sended few months ago. The period of bolting and climbing was ended with upgrade of all the rutes; in late march 2014, Klemen bolted a 180 m long, multi-pitch route, which he graded around 8b(?).
In the movie, you can also see the appearance of a young, talented Slovenian climber of the new generation Domen Škofic, who sended Klemen’s project Water World, and also one of the most legendary Slovenian female climbers in history, Martina Čufar Potard, a successful competion and rock climber. The film is not a classical documentary style film full of talking, but a movie full of action and climbing, trying to describe the true meaning of this area to Klemen and his achievements.