Évasion | 28 mars
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Un grand bol d'air pur – par procuration
Acrobates basejumpers, skieurs de l'Himalaya, et kayakeurs de l'extrême au programme du Chamonix Adventure Festival cette semaine.

I believe I can fly © Sébastien Montaz Rosset
I believe I can fly © Sébastien Montaz Rosset
Aiguille du midi © Shaun Hutson
Le Chamonix Adventure Festival rassemble des aventuriers, des explorateurs, des athlètes et des amateurs du monde entier, qui viennent partager leurs exploits et leurs inspirations, à travers films, photographies, art et installations. L'occasion de découvrir l'univers des cinéastes de l'aventure.
Chamonix Adventure Festival, du 25 au 28 mars 2015.

La sélection de Pluris

Flying Frenchies - Back to the Fjords
The Flying Frenchies are back, with more fantastical stunts and enthralling experiments in a whirlwind adventure to the fjords of Norway. Twenty or more of the most colourful characters you could ever imagine, each with a different skill or talent, working together to create an outdoor extravaganza the likes of which have never been seen before!
Acrobats, musicians, engineers, cooks, clowns, athletes, highliners... travelling for hours and days, through countries and over borders, over treacherous mountains and across savage waters. All to be part of a unique and special project, that is sure to make your hair stand on end!

 Un film de Sébastien Montaz-Rosset, déjà interviewé par Pluris.
Dream Line
Dream Line tells the story of professional skier Ptor Spricenieks’ life as a skier and adventurer, follows an astonishing spiritual and physical journey, and shows that dreams can come reality. The film revolves around a recent expedition to Pakistan where some of the world's best big-mountain skiers together climb and ski the Gashot Peak, a magnificent adventure in a mind-blowing environment.

 Directed by Bjarne Sahlen.
Delta Dawn
The Colorado River hasn't kissed the sea in almost two decades -- until the spring of 2014 when an experimental pulse of water was released into this forgotten delta. A team of river runners followed the water to witness this unprecedented restoration effort, and attempted to be the only, and potentially the last to float the Colorado River to the sea by paddle board. With unpredictable adventure as the backdrop, filmmaker Pete McBride tells the story of Western water, a challenged Colorado River and the uplifting potential for environmental restoration via collaboration, all through his repeated experiences chasing a river to the sea.

 Directed by Pete McBride.
Shooting en montagne © Shaun Hutson
Crédits photo : Sébastien Montaz Rosset, Shaun Hutson
Article paru dans le numéro #59 BOL D'AIR PUR
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