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6000 Miles, 100 Interviews, 50 Places…To Make a Film

Posted on: June 17th, 2010 by Erik Lambert


We’d love to point you over to a film project in the works by Oakley Anderson-Moore, “The Last Wild Mountain: Portrait of the American Climber.” Oakley and her team have spent the last three years traveling around the country interviewing climbers– young, old, big name and everyday– to gather the stories of the climbing life, what drives the pursuit and what (or maybe more who) has shaped the sport. The AAC has been supporting the project and many of our members are in the film: Jim Donini, Lynn Hill, Robb Pizem, Jim McCarthy, and others.

Last week, Oakley was kind enough to send the above clip our way as “thanks” to the Club. To return the favor, check out more about the project at the film’s website: http://www.rockadventuremovie.com/home.html. You’ll find a sweet trailer and tons more info on the project, as well as links to follow their progress via Facebook and many other ways. Can’t wait to see the film when it’s done!