Sheffield DocFest 2013

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The Summit The Summit
The Summit and The Crash Reel
9.79* (Country: United Kingdom, Brazil; Year: 2012; Director: Daniel Gordon)
The story of athletes and drug taking at the Seoul Olympics, 1988.
Bradley Wiggins - A Year in Yellow (Country: United Kingdom; Year: 2012; Director: John Dower)
The man behind the cycling myth as he steps increasingly into the spotlight.
The Crash Reel (Country: US; Year: 2013; Director: Lucy Walker)
The jaw-dropping story of one unforgettable athlete, Kevin Pearce; one eye-popping sport, snow boarding; and one explosive issue, traumatic brain injury. An epic rivalry between Kevin and Shaun White culminates in a life-changing crash and a comeback story with a difference.
In the Blood (Country: United Kingdom; Year: 2013; Director: Brian Harrington)
The career Lucy Murphy, determined to find her own way into boxing despite her father's success at the sport.
No Ordinary Passenger (Country: United Kingdom; Year: 2013; Director: Cabell Hopkins)
Stan Dibben recalls his hair-raising, tarmac-skimming career as a world champion side-car passenger.
The Summit (Country: Ireland, UK, Switzerland, US; Year: 2012; Director: Nick Ryan; Writer: Mark Monroe; Stars: Christine Barnes, Hoselito Bite, Marco Confortola, Pat Falvey, Niall Foley, Stefan Grossniklaus, Pasang Lama, Tshering Lama, J.J. McDonnell, Christo Mitzkov, Johannes Moser, Lars Nessa, Damien O'Brien, Lochlainn O'Mearain, Garrett Philipps), Trailer
Documentary exploration of a deadly attempt to ascend K2.
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