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  • No Place on Earth OFFICIAL Trailer from Magnolia Pictures

    No Place on Earth OFFICIAL Trailer from Magnolia Pictures

    NO PLACE ON EARTH brings to light the untold story of thirty-eight Ukrainian Jews who survived World War II by living in caves for eighteen months, the longest-recorded sustained underground survival. Built upon interviews with former cave inhabitants, as well as Chris Nicola, the caving enthusiast who unearthed the story, NO PLACE ON EARTH is an extraordinary testament to ingenuity, willpower and endurance against all odds NoPlaceOnEarth Release date: 21/2/2013 MagnoliaPictures

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  • Wowo Le Film Original

    Wowo Le Film Original

    Speleological French-Swiss expedition Cave-diving in Papua-New-Guinea at the beguining of the year 2012. Exploration in the aera of the Nakanaï massif on New-Britain Island. Expédition franco-suisse de spéléologique / plongée-spéléo en Papouasie Nouvelle Guinée au début de l’année 2012. Exploration dans le secteur du massif des Nakanaï sur l’île de Nouvelle-Bretagne. By: Christophe Meyer Team members : 13 spéléo franco-suisse Original title : Wowo Le Film Originial Language : French Release date : 19/07/2012 Caving News: 2012 Wowo Expedition: The […]

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  • Supramonte


    Supramonte is a limestone plateau in central-eastern Sardinia, wild and unspoiled heritage is a Site of Community Importance (SCI). Aerial sequences show a beautiful landscape , so the viewer gradually discovers the wonders of nature and the value of the land: the major sites of speleological and karst (underground shooting); types of landscape in different seasons of the year, the human presence and the activities for sustainable development. Main actors in the film are primarily “people” in the area, the […]

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  • Grotta del Vento, un anno tra scoperta ed esplorazione

    Grotta del Vento, un anno tra scoperta ed esplorazione

    Video report on the exploration of Grotta del Vento (Wind Cave), cavity discovered in August 2010 by the Gruppo Speleologico Martinese in Alburni massif, inside the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano (Salerno, southern Italy). This video was premiered at the XVI Regional Meeting of Speleology “Spelaion” in Castellana Grotte from 9 to 11 December 2011. The video is part of a large collaboration project within the mountain massif associations AIRES (Speleological Intergroups Association for Research and Exploration […]

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  • Caving in the Gouffre Berger – “Immersion” – In the footsteps of Fernand Petzl

    Caving in the Gouffre Berger – “Immersion” – In the footsteps of Fernand Petzl

    Team Petzl retraces the steps of the first explorers (Joe Berger, Fernand Petzl, Jean Lavigne, Georges Garby, Pierre Chevalier…). Thanks to extraordinary images from the film “Siphon-1122” (directed by Georges Marry in 1962 and produced by Jack Lesage) relive the intensity of the first descent in this now well-known, must see cave. For more informations about the Berger Cave project, go to : petzl.com/en/outdoor/news/events-0/2011/12/22/video-caving-gouffre-berger?utm_source=Youtube&utm_medium=petzl-news&utm_campaign=gouffre-berger&utm_content=en

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  • National Geographic – The world’s biggest cave 2010

    National Geographic – The world’s biggest cave 2010

    Hang Son Doong – Son Trach in Bo Trach district, Quang Binh province, is the largest natural caves in the world. The cave is located in Vietnam, Phong Nha-Ke Bang near the border of Laos. Limestone mountains of the Vietnam-Laos border have many caves, such as the Phong Nha that has been known for long. Son Doong cave was discovered in 1991 when a local called Ho Khanh, stumbled up on it when trying to avoid the rain. In the […]

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