Reel Rock
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Sundown Cinema Series

Reel Rock 15

co-presented by the Hop and Student Life
August 06

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

The beloved annual climbing film tour delivers four epic climbs from around the world, but not from the usual suspects.

21/22 Hop Film

Capturing the greatest stories and ascents from the year in climbing, the four new films of Reel Rock 15 deliver a joyful dose of inspiration, heart and humor. Witness an unimaginable triumph of determination, an epic journey of self-discovery, a magical adventure across the world and a bond-building expedition that forever changes lives. Interestingly, this year's lineup does not include any big names (Sharma, Honnold, Ondra, etc), focusing rather on climbers with more diverse backgrounds. The standout film, Black Ice, is a great example of how climbing can be vital, and why it is so important that more people get to do it. These stories remind us that a more diverse climbing culture isn't just important, it's also more surprising and interesting than the status quo. Runtime 1h45

co-sponsored by the Dartmouth Outing Club

REEL ROCK 15 Official Trailer


The Sundown Cinema Series is funded in part by the Jack & Dorothy Byrne Foundation.

DEEP ROOTS 
Lonnie Kauk's personal journey to honor his indigenous Yosemite roots, and to connect with his legendary father by repeating his iconic climbs. (25m)
 
ACTION DIRECTE 
French powerhouse Melissa Le Nevé spends seven years battling insane moves, inner doubt and the burden of history to climb the most revered sport route on earth.(20m)

FIRST ASCENT / LAST ASCENT
Best friends Hazel Findlay and Maddie Cope journey to the rocky outer reaches of Mongolia, on a quixotic search for new trad routes. (25m)

BLACK ICE 
A crew of aspiring ice climbers from the Memphis Rox gym travels to the frozen wilds of Montana, where mentors Manoah Ainuu, Conrad Anker and Fred Campbell share their love of winter adventure in the mountains. (35m)

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