Reel Rock 12

REEL ROCK 12 World Premiere

Get ready for climbing’s greatest stories, stars, and sends. REEL ROCK 12’s five new films will blow minds and buckle knees, delivering heart-thumping action, big laughs, and pure inspiration. Catch REEL ROCK 12 at CityROCK Johannesburg and Cape Town on Friday 17 November! Climbing ends at 6PM and film starts at 7PM at both gyms, so get there early for drinks and snacks. Tickets cost just R60 and available at front desk on arrival. Food and drinks will be on sale!

To add to the excitement, every ticket purchased will go into the lucky draw to win a The North Face Shadow backpack valued at R3300!

Film Line Up


BREAK ON THROUGH

In high-end modern rock climbing, 5.15 is the top of the difficulty scale, a grade achieved by only a few men and never by a woman. Margo Hayes, a little known 19-year-old from Boulder, Colorado, is determined to change that. To be closer to the world’s hardest routes, she has moved to Europe, where she trains and climbs with the goal of succeeding on two of the most iconic 5.15s in France and Spain. But pushing her body and mind to the absolute limit, she risks injury and failure in her quest to be the first.

 

ABOVE THE SEA

Chris Sharma remains the world’s greatest practitioner of deep water soloing — climbing ropeless above the sea. Ten years after his generation-defining ascent of a majestic arch, Chris returns to the Mediterranean island of Mallorca where he discovers a beautiful, sweeping wall with small holds running up its face. If he can link the moves, and endure the numerous heart-stopping plunges into the sea, he will establish what may be the world’s hardest deep water solo climb.

 

 SAFETY THIRD

For most climbers, it’s safety first. But Brad Gobright is definitely not most climbers. Fueled by day-old donuts and unhindered by a fear of falling, this young talent is pushing the limits of scary trad and free solo ropeless climbing. Having survived a few big scares, Brad is determined to make his boldest ascent yet — a first-ever free solo of a heart-stoppingly exposed and difficult route.

 

 

STUMPED

“I don’t want to be known as just a one-armed climber,” says Maureen Beck, “I just want to be a good climber.” Maureen Beck may have been born missing her lower left arm, but that hasn’t stopped her from going hard. She takes whippers on 5.12 and crushes overhanging boulders, while shot-gunning beers. But she is not here to be your inspiration. “People say, ‘Look, a one-armed climber, now I have no excuses.’ I’m like, dude, you never had any excuses in the first place.” Maureen is here to crush the gnar — with one bloody stump helping her get to the top.

 

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