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    In the Frame: Little Chamonix

    'In the Frame - Little Chamonix' follows Joe Beaumont, a survivor of a 40m climbing fall, as he takes his first steps back on rock.

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    In the Frame: Little Chamonix

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    Winner - Osprey Short Film Awards 2014
    Winner - Fort William Mountain Festival (Rest of the world category)

    In March 2011 Joe, an experienced climber, mountain biker and sky diver fell 40 metres from a rock face in the Lake District. Though his injuries were incredibly severe his resilience and determination kept him alive and he began a very long and painful recovery whilst undergoing multiple operations on different parts of his body. Just over two years later Joe is learning to walk again, learning to live with his disabilities and formulating big plans! 'In the Frame - Little Chamonix' follows Joe as he takes his first steps back on rock.

    Little Chamonix is just a tiny part of our big project to raise money for Mountain Rescue. Follow 'In the Frame' and Joe's story here- joebeaumont.com
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    In the Frame: Little Chamonix

    Winner - Osprey Short Film Awards 2014
    Winner - Fort William Mountain Festival (Rest of the world category)

    In March 2011 Joe, an experienced climber, mountain biker and sky diver fell 40 metres from a rock face in the Lake District. Though his injuries were incredibly severe his resilience and determination kept him alive and he began a very long and painful recovery whilst undergoing multiple operations on different parts of his body. Just over two years later Joe is learning to walk again, learning to live with his disabilities and formulating big plans! 'In the Frame - Little Chamonix' follows Joe as he takes his first steps back on rock.

    Little Chamonix is just a tiny part of our big project to raise money for Mountain Rescue. Follow 'In the Frame' and Joe's story here- joebeaumont.com

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