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The BRIT ROCK FILM TOUR Coming to SA – March and April Another stunning line-up of the UK’s best climbing and adventure films. Brought to you by SA Mountain and Blue Mountain Adventures, partnered by The North Face and La SportivaFive exhilarating films capturing an array of hardcore action, pioneering spirit and some proper madness. VENUES: Montagu Odeon (15 March) Galileo Kirstenbosch (3 April) – book through Galileo City Rock Cpt (12 April) City Rock Pta (12 April) All ticket holders will receive a 30%-off shopping voucher for the new The North Face online shopping platform. TNF spot prizes on the night (not at Galileo) Click the link for more info on each movie, to watch the trailer and to book your ticket.

The BRIT ROCK FILM TOUR is back and coming to SA with another stunning line-up of the UK’s best climbing and adventure films. Brought to you by SA Mountain and Blue Mountain Adventures, partnered by The North Face and La Sportiva.  Five exhilarating films capturing an array of hardcore action, pioneering spirit and some proper madness.

Screening at:
Montagu (The Odeon) – 15 March 2024 (SA Premiere)
The Galileo (Kirstenbosch) – 3 April 2024 (Bookings to open soon through Galileo)
CityRock (CPT and PTA) – 12 April 2024

•⁠  ⁠All ticket holders get a 30% off discount voucher on TNF’s new online shopping platform – T&Cs apply.
(Vouchers will be emailed to you soon after the screening.)

•⁠  Lucky draw spot prizes sponsored by The North Face (at Montagu and City Rock screenings only)

•⁠  ⁠Complimentary beer or wine (Montagu screening only)


This film tells the story of rising trad star Freja Shannon. We join half-Swedish, half-Irish Freja in her ancestral homelands as she pursues her climbing goals for the season – ‘Sista Bossen’ E8 6c at the world-class granite climbing area of Bohuslan, Sweden and ‘Snell’s Law’ E7 6c at the Burren on the west coast of Ireland. Freja is as affable as she is committed once on the lead, resulting in captivating and gripping footage that will leave your jaw on the floor. The film also delves into Freja’s past, where we learn of her less-than-glamorous journey to becoming a professional climber – and how she overcame her inner doubts to break through as a leading female trad climber and alpinist. Whippers, sends and Nordic power screams all-inclusive in this spectacular and entertaining film.
‘Goddess of Craic’ 27mins

Climber Robbie Phillips chances upon a little-known mountain in the very far north of Scotland whilst driving from east coast to west. After some research, Robbie discovers the mountain is called Ben Loyal, and that climbing legend Simon Nadin has been developing a couple of lines at the crag. Simon tells him that there is something very special up there… What Robbie finds at Ben Loyal is off the scale: endless bouldering, highballs, countless quality granite tors and buttresses with untapped climbing potential. But all this pales into insignificance compared with the main face, which holds the future of trad climbing on what is surely one of Britain’s greatest cliffs. A truly stunning film of hard new routing by Robbie and Simon in an extraordinary setting.
‘Shining Stones’ 25mins

Emma Powell and Neil Gresham join the original pioneers of this unique ice climbing venue in British Columbia, Tim Emmett and Klemen ‘Klem’ Premrl once again push the boundaries of steep, sporty ice. After years of teasing, Tim finally invites his life-long friend Neil Gresham, along with top mixed climber Emma Powell to stoke up their pioneering spirit and develop some new lines at this surreal venue.
‘Helmcken Falls’ 15mins

Controversial and never far from the news; climber Matt Wright goes trailblazing across the UK, making wild first ascents, hard solos and bold new lines. Loveable rogue and working-class hero Matt puts his money where his mouth is in this tour-de-force of hard climbing. After weighing up his time-verses-routes equation, Matt abandons an attempt of the infamous Rhapsody (E11) and sets off on a quest to climb new inspiring lines. He does not disappoint, with his energetic journey culminating in the first ascent of ‘Magical Thinking’ E10 7a – a heart-stoppingly dangerous route at Pavey Ark, Lake District.
‘Hard Git’ 25mins

Filmmaker Alastair Lee turns the camera on himself in this deep introspective story of triumph through adversity. Perceived as a successful man with the perfect life, Al experiences unexpectedly dark times. Fearing he will lose everything, we watch a man on the brink claw his way from despair, using climbing and training to find peace and salvation. Having never been the greatest of climbers, Al demolishes his inner punter – attempting to fulfil his potential by setting his sights on routes he’s spent 30 years avoiding. Includes hard first ascents, calamitous trad leads and bold on sights. Carnage ensues almost every time Al sets off on a lead in this gripping, hilarious, emotional and ultimately inspiring story of a man in struggle as he seeks to reconnect with himself. Adding to the riotous flavour of this production, Al asks the climbers he’s working with to do the filming.
‘Headjam’ 35mins

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Keith James
Keith James
1 month ago

It all looks flipping compelling. Pity I live so far away…

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