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The main focus of the documentary is on all the processes behind climbing, some of its characters as well as what it takes to create a viable climbing spot.

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Filmmaker Hannes Kutza writes, “It’s a celebration of climbing, our community and hopefully it also sheds a little light to all those who often work behind the scenes.

“During two bolting-expeditions to Northern Ontario last year, I collected video material of the new and huge ‘Eyeball’ crag with Gus Alexandropoulos. The main focus of the documentary is on all the processes behind climbing, some of its characters as well as what it takes to create a viable climbing spot.”

To learn more about the area, visit www.ontarioclimbing.com. To see more of Hannes Kutza’s work, visit www.twoseconds.de.


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