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    Monkey See Monkey Do

    A collection of four films featuring world class climbing from the UK, Canada and Madagascar.

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    Monkey See Monkey Do

    Directed by Paul Diffley 2009 60 min
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    Monkey See Monkey Do

    Uploaded Jun 5, 2014
    This collection of four films features world class climbing from the UK, Canada and Madagascar.

    “A collection of fantastic climbing tales… every shot is saturated with the emotion of the climber” – Stone Country
    Slate Monkeys

    Matt Segal, Hazel Findlay and Johnny Dawes take it in turn to crimp, palm, squirm and wriggle their way up the esoteric route, Gin Palace. But whose technique will prove successful?
    Single-Handed

    Kevin Shields is known as the 'one handed climber'. Despite being born with most of his left hand missing Kevin has shocked the climbing world with some daring and inspirational ascents.
    Little Big-Walling in Madagascar

    The West Face of Karimbony in the Tsaranoro Massif is home to one of the world's hardest big-wall free climbs, “Tough Enough?”. James McHaffie and a team of top UK climbers head to Madagascar to find out if this route is indeed tough enough.
    Hey Presto

    World class climber Sonnie Trotter teams up with world class belayer Cory Richards to take on the Squamish classic, 'Presto'.”If a climbing film is judged by what it inspires, then this one lights the flame within.” – Stone Country

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    Monkey See Monkey Do

    This collection of four films features world class climbing from the UK, Canada and Madagascar.

    “A collection of fantastic climbing tales… every shot is saturated with the emotion of the climber” – Stone Country
    Slate Monkeys

    Matt Segal, Hazel Findlay and Johnny Dawes take it in turn to crimp, palm, squirm and wriggle their way up the esoteric route, Gin Palace. But whose technique will prove successful?
    Single-Handed

    Kevin Shields is known as the 'one handed climber'. Despite being born with most of his left hand missing Kevin has shocked the climbing world with some daring and inspirational ascents.
    Little Big-Walling in Madagascar

    The West Face of Karimbony in the Tsaranoro Massif is home to one of the world's hardest big-wall free climbs, “Tough Enough?”. James McHaffie and a team of top UK climbers head to Madagascar to find out if this route is indeed tough enough.
    Hey Presto

    World class climber Sonnie Trotter teams up with world class belayer Cory Richards to take on the Squamish classic, 'Presto'.”If a climbing film is judged by what it inspires, then this one lights the flame within.” – Stone Country

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