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La Liste

Everything or Nothing
February 06, 2022

This event occurred as part of the 21/22 Hop Film season. This is an archived view.

Follow big mountain skiers Jérémie Heitz and Sam Anthamatten as they attempt the unthinkable: climbing and freeskiing a series of 6000-meter peaks around the world.

21/22 Hop Film

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Is it possible to translate fast and fluid skiing onto the most beautiful 6000m peaks on the planet? After almost two years of filming in some of the world's most unforgiving mountain ranges, that is the question freeskiers Jérémie Heitz and Sam Anthamatten have been trying to answer. In the process, they redefine the concepts of steep skiing and freeriding.

Made in partnership with award-winning Sherpas Cinema and featuring Jimmy Chin, Jeremy Jones and Sylvain Saudan, this new documentary travels from the awe-inspiring Peruvian Andes to Pakistan's majestic Karakoram. What goes up, must come down—and in their case, it does so at a frightening pace. In addition to the heart-stopping moments, La Liste vividly captures the natural beauty of the landscapes, the grace of skiing and the absolute limit of human possibility. D: Eric Crosland, US, 2021

I chose to direct this film because I wanted to show people outside of the ski community how incredibly dangerous and challenging high altitude ski mountaineering is. While watching this film, I would like the viewer to experience the intense feelings, emotions and decision-making of navigating, traveling and skiing the highest altitude mountain ranges in the world. Most ski films show just ski descent; I wanted to show everything behind the scenes that goes into getting to those skiing descents. The challenges of making this film were working in a high elevation with little oxygen and a frigid environment, with no electricity, with minimal crews, and in some of the most dangerous mountains in the world, during the most challenging time of year in these mountains for avalanche conditions. This film will always be special because I am so proud of Jérémie and the crew for the life-changing experiences they faced.

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