Radek Jaroš la Alpin Film Festival

Radek Jaroš, primul ceh care a reușit să completeze Coroana din Himalaya, vine la Alpin Film Festival, să vorbească despre această experiență, după proiecția filmului documentar „Climbing Higher”.

Vineri, 27 ianuarie / 17:00 / Centrul Cultural “Aurel Stroe”, Bușteni

CLIMBING HIGHER // Regizor: David Čálek / 2015 / Republica Cehă, Slovacia / 99 min

Climbing Higher spune o poveste despre determinare și despre depășirea limitelor umane. Radek Jaroš este primul ceh și a 15-a persoană din lume care a completat Coroana din Himalaya, 14 cele mai înalte vârfuri din lume. Pe ultimul munte, cu altitudinea de 8000 de m, Radek a urcat cu o cameră și spectatorii pot vedea, pentru prima dată, experiența urcării pe K2, la prima mână.

1998 – Muntele Everest (8,848 m)
2002 – Kangchenjunga (8,586 m)
2003 – Broad Peak (8,051 m)
2004 – Cho Oyu (8,188 m)
2004 – Shishapangma (8,027 m)
2005 – Nanga Parbat (8,125 m)
2008 – Dhaulagiri I (8,167 m)
2008 – Makalu (8,485 m)
2009 – Manaslu (8,163 m)
2010 – Gasherbrum II (8,034 m)
2010 – Gasherbrum I (8,080 m)
2011 – Lhotse (8,516 m)
2012 – Annapurna (8,091m)
2014 – K2 (8,611 m)

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Radek Jaroš, the first Czech who completed the Crown of the Himalayas, is coming to Alpin Film Festival, for a discussion after the screening of the documentary „Climbing Higher”.

CLIMBING HIGHER // Dir.: David Čálek / 2015 / Czech Republic, Slovakia / 99 min

„Climbing Higher” tells a story of rugged determination and of overcoming human limits. Radek Jaroš is the first Czech and only the 15th person in the world to have completed the Crown of the Himalayas, the world’s 14 tallest peaks. Radek set out to climb his final 8000er with a camera in tow, and viewers will experience his K2 expedition firsthand. The most majestic mountains are suddenly within reach of all who admire their grandeur but would never attempt to conquer them. Audiences live through the climbers’ fears and triumphs as they happen and feel the burden – at such incredible elevations – of every arduous step and every labored breath. But there’s more: the awesome beauty everywhere to behold, for which many have paid the highest price. Climbing Higher is more than a record of a historic moment in Czech mountaineering, it also explores a person’s ability to overcome extreme obstacles, both physical and personal.

1998 – Mount Everest (8,848 meters; 29,035 feet)
2002 – Kangchenjunga (8,586; 28,169)
2003 – Broad Peak (8,051; 26,414)
2004 – Cho Oyu (8,188; 26,906)
2004 – Shishapangma (8,027; 26,335)
2005 – Nanga Parbat (8,125; 26,660)
2008 – Dhaulagiri I (8,167; 26,795)
2008 – Makalu (8,485; 27,838)
2009 – Manaslu (8,163; 26,781)
2010 – Gasherbrum II (8,034; 26,358)
2010 – Gasherbrum I (8,080; 26,444)
2011 – Lhotse (8,516, 27,940)
2012 – Annapurna (8,091; 26,545)
2014 – K2 (8,611; 28,251)

Event organised in collaboration with Alpin Film Festival.
Free entrance.

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