The Brit Rock film tour is the first home grown adventure tour to emerge from the vibrant UK film making industry.
After the success of its inaugural 2014 launch the tour is back with a bang for 2015. Brit Rock comes right from the heart of the UK adventure scene, with liberal splashes of the inimitable British spirit.
And Sheffield Live has 2 tickets available to win, courtesy of Sheffield Students’ Union & Heason Events.
Focused on mountains this year, the tour will feature three stunning films: Wild Atlantic (Craig Hiller), Operation Moffatt (Jen Randall) & Citadel (Alastair Lee), the world’s first mountaineering documentary filmed entirely in 4K.
Leading adventure film maker Alastair Lee is back with a brand new mountain film for 2015, Citadel, featuring UK alpinists Matt Helliker and Jon Bracy embarking on a first ascent in a stunning and remote corner of the Alaskan wilderness. The world’s first 4k mountain film, a truly amazing spectacle.
This feature is supported by the BMC TV production by Jen Randel and Claire Carter, Operation Moffat, an inspiring and charming archive account of Britain’s first female mountain guide, the amazing Gwen Moffat (now 92).
Adding to the program will be the superb short Wild Atlantic, a montage of all things climbing on the west coast of Ireland by climbing photographer Craig Hiller.
To enter the competition just email your name, daytime phone number and your answer to the following question to firstname.lastname@example.org by NOON on Monday 30th November:
What is the name of Britain’s first female mountain guide?
By entering you accept Sheffield Live’s standard competition terms and conditions. Over 18s only.
More about the Brit Rock film tour.