BRAVE NEW WILD is an offbeat chronicle of America’s Golden Age of rock climbing before and after the controversial ascent of the Dawn Wall in 1970. Some forty years later, Oakley Anderson-Moore, the daughter of a pioneering climber, stumbles upon her father's old hi8 tapes, and sets out to answer the question: why climb when there's nothing to gain -- and everything to lose? Wry humor and an eclectic original soundtrack punctuate the delinquent antics of the Vulgarians in the ‘Gunks, the larger-than-life rivalry of Yosemite’s rock gods, and the fruit tramping, freight train hopping hobodom of her dad’s climbing life. This film is quintessential viewing for those who long for adventure.
Get an HD download of the feature length documentary BRAVE NEW WILD, PLUS:
-- WILD NEW BRAVE: HOW TO BE A 1970s-ERA CLIMBING DIRTBAG
The award-winning 28-minute companion film featuring John Bachar, Lynn Hill, Henry Barber, Ed Webster and more.
-- BRAVE NEW WILD E-BOOK - COMING SOON AVAILABLE NOV. 2016
Comprised of extended interview transcripts and a treasure trove of photographs, this exclusive book covers topics such as setting up a hanging bivvy and what to do when your muffler falls off.