To the Limit (2007 film)

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Am Limit
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Directed by Pepe Danquart
Written byPepe Danquart
Produced by Kirsten Hager
Erich Lackner
Mirjam Quinte
Starring Alexander Huber
Thomas Huber
Dean Potter
Chongo
Cinematography Martin Hauslmayr
Franz Hinterbrandner
Max Reichel
Wolfgang Thaler
Edited byMona Bräuer
Music by Dorian Cheah
Christoph Israel
Production
company
Hager Moss Film
Distributed byFirst Run Features (United States)
Release date
  • 22 March 2007 (2007-03-22)(Germany)
Running time
95 minutes
CountriesGermany
Austria
LanguageGerman

To the Limit (German : Am Limit) is a 2007 German documentary film written and directed by German film director Pepe Danquart, about brothers Alexander Huber and Thomas Huber climbing the El Capitan rock formation in Yosemite National Park. [1]

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Cast

Head Riggers

Awards and nominations

Film Awards

YearFilm FestivalAwardCategory
2008 Bavarian Film Awards Bavarian Film Award Best Documentary Film

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References

  1. Catsoulis, J. Movie Review: To the Limit, The New York Times , June 13, 2008