Joe Beaumont finally reached the summit of Ben Nevis on his lowest to highest journey earlier this year, with it came the end of a film project by Dom Bush who's documentary followed his progress as part of a long route of reflection and recovery. Starting out as a month long journey, it took over a year to overcome the final hurdle of Ben Nevis.Joe's recovery still continues...
SoIn The Frame was complete and the full film premiered at Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2014.As part of the weekend and a celebration of the films completion, Joe's journey and for all those that gave their time towards it, we went all Fringe with a wrap party in Ruskins café bar. There was a brilliant, vibrant turn out to watch a screening of the film, enjoy some drinks, donate a little to Mountain Rescue and enjoy some great music courtesy of Handbrake Shirley. So thank you to all that came.
Total collected in the charity tins during our Premiere Party at Ruskins bar. Including two plectrums...
Joe. "I've just had the most incredible weekend, thank you so much for your support through these tough times, and with that support we have manged to produce such a lovely film of which I'm so proud of.Dom Bush is so gifted.
The full In The Frame film can be downloaded from Steep Edgewith percentage of your pounds going straight toMountain Rescue England and Walesand BMC Access and Conservation
Myself and Dom are taking absolutly nothing from this film, only joy.So please share the link, buy or rent a copy and helpWasdale Mountain Rescue Team
Thank you Family, Friends, Kickstarters, Alpkit, Lyon eq, The BMC"
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