Winner of the Best Climbing Film award at the 2017 BANFF Mountain Film Festival and Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival 2018
Psycho Vertical is an award winning film based on the bestselling autobiography of the complex life and motivations of writer, funny-man and Britain’s unlikeliest hero – acclaimed mountaineer Andy Kirkpatrick. A raw and emotive study of Andy, the film is woven into his 18 day solo ascent of El Capitan, Yosemite
Light Shed Pictures is Jen Randall and Alex Gorham.
A production company specialising in creative documentary film, adventure, lifestyle photography and commercial campaigns. They make work about identity and landscape with an honesty, humour and curiosity that comes from the heart to create engaging, accessible films, photographs,articles and campaigns which celebrate the human spirit – whilst posing some of life’s biggest questions.
Psycho Vertical has been embraced by UK cinemas and is playing in over 30 UK sites between March and June 2018. Despite the release having a very limited budget the film has been well-received by UK cinemas and is taking mountaineering into the mainstream.
It has been reviewed in the film magazines Total Film (four stars) and Sight & Sound and continues to receive bookings on a daily basis.
Winner of the Best Climbing Film award at the 2017 BANFF Mountain Film Festival and Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival 2018.
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