Critically Acclaimed Docs
These amazing documentary shorts have won awards at our three other 2014 Filmstock Events in New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. Enjoy them here, put together in one hour-and-a-half block that is sure to change your perspective on the world and take you on a journey that goes from your Backyard to a Story of a Revolution in Syria!
Wild New Brave
by Oakley Anderson-Moore
Teenage misfits create a world of risk and innocence, revolutionizing rock climbing in the 1970s.
by Nelson Carayannis
Ian Dory isn't your average pro climber. Between working on his family farm, coaching at a local gym, and going to school, it took him two years to prepare for his ascent of Paint It Black (V15) in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. This striking short film by Nelson Carayannis and Mind Frame Cinema follows the hard-working and down-to-earth Dory as he fails repeatedly in his pursuit to send one of the hardest problems in the West.
by Barry Stevenson
Why do "normal" people risk their lives to climb on frozen waterfalls each winter?! "Ice" examines the emotions and motivations of recreational ice climbers, and shows why one amazing location in Colorado has become the epicenter of the ice climbing world.
by Deia Schlosberg
Five very different people's stories of interactions with the oil & gas industry reveal troubling similarities.
Not Anymore: A Story of Revolution
by Matthew VanDyke
The story of the war in Syria told through the experiences of two young Syrians.