I Remember Nelson 1982

Vice Adm. Horatio Nelson's remarkable naval career and troubled personal affairs are brought to life in this miniseries, which tells his famous story through the narratives of those who knew him best.

The Nutcracker 1967

On Christmas Eve, a little girl falls asleep after a party at her home and dreams herself (or does she?) into a fantastic world where toys become larger than life. Her beloved Nutcracker comes to life and defends her from the Mouse King, then is turned into a Prince after Marie saves his life.

The First Sword 1969

During a battle with Wu Qiong, the king of poison, Xie Wuyang, the chief of the Golden Dragon Clan is poisoned. His junior, Tong Wanling risks her life to save him and becomes poisoned herself. At his wit's end, Wuyang seeks Wanling's grandparents for help. Meanwhile, Yan Zongqi plots to overthrow Wuyang as the chief of the Golden Dragon Clan and schemes with Wu Qiong to obtain the secret manual of the Clan.

Best Forgotten Art 1996

Best Forgotten Art is Johnny Dawes' classic climbing film about the desperate art of climbing gritstone cracks. Featuring great climbing and bouldering on grit in the Peak District. Starring John Allen, Joe Brown, Johnny Woodward, Boone Speed, Chris Plant, Arthur Dolphin, Airlie Anderson, Ruth Jenkins, and Leo Houlding.

País de Roca 2001

In País de Roca , the guys from Avista Multimedia, Dani Salas, Aitor Bárez and Nacho Herranz, offer us a current panorama of the escalation of climbing in Spain, with internationally renowned climbers such as Iker Pou, Josune Bereciartu, Dani Andrada, Pedro Pons and José Manuel Velázquez-Gaztelu Cristo. They parade for more than an hour through some of the most emblematic Spanish sport climbs that have marked the evolution of the maximum difficulty in Spain - like La Rambla in Siurana, possible 9a, El Calvario del Sikario (8c), Exotic (8c / c +), Ondoloin (8c / c +), Honki Mix (8c +). The film has original music and is shot and edited in an innovative way, framing every last detail and every movement in close-up. Seven small films for seven great climbers,