Goatfest! Goatfest! Goatfest!
On 9/04/2012 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>~>strap a wombat onya!
I'll second that.
Supporting native wildlife and being kind of kinky at the same time.
For those interested in seeing Wendy Eden contort herself on The Ogive, here's a link to another of the entries to Goatfest.
I tried to embed an image but my technical abilities are lacking.
It was a great crop of films, and everyone seemed to have a good time. Post here or email me (email@example.com) any reflections or suggestions to improve the event.
Thanks to all the many volunteers who helped make it happen, and the filmakers for the films!
Here's another one:
"Triad" http://vimeo.com/23400710 by Steve Kelly
Awesome set of films & a great night, well done guys. my personal favourite being Steve Kelly's solo of Triad, again showing just how committed & talented Col Reece was in putting that one up.
the flavours in the lentil / veg curry were superb, but have to say the general consensus among our group of punters was that the servings were pretty light-on, leaving all of our bellies grumbling for round two or even three. Maybe chuck in some short-grain brown rice action next year & a little more of the curry & bob's yer uncle. Yumbo. I also woulda inhaled at least a coupla desserts had there been a vegan option.
& I must admit to feeling a tad sheepishly starstruck by the presence of Mayan Gobat-Smith's doppelganger...
Thanks all, for posting the extra links.
I can see why 'Dead Heat' won both awards. Watching that I felt an intense reminiscence for some problems I've thrown myself at repeatedly. No way to aid or french free past that move!
Dead Heat won because it's fun to laugh at boulderers. I'm still giggling thinking about it.
For those that are wondering where Dead Heat is posted, most of the films are linked in Wendy's news story above.
On 12/04/2012 shortman wrote:
>Dead Heat won because it's fun to laugh at boulderers. I'm still giggling
>thinking about it.
If you could climb V11+, you'd be laughing at the silly pumpers stacking a bunch of V3 moves and calling it fun. He climbs grade 30 as well, of course :P
But here's the thing - if that move was on a 32, you'd be saying it was a totally rad route. So don't be a hypocrite!
When will Bernard the cat get his own gig? It must be so frustrating just being a cute prop in somebody else's film.
For those too lazy to look...
On 12/04/2012 superstu wrote:
>When will Bernard the cat get his own gig? It must be so frustrating just
>being a cute prop in somebody else's film.
Well, i do have a grand plan for him, but generally, he refuses to cooperate. I'll work on it. It will of course be deadly serious, deep and meaningful filmmaking.
On 12/04/2012 Wendy wrote:
>On 12/04/2012 superstu wrote:
>>When will Bernard the cat get his own gig? It must be so frustrating
>>being a cute prop in somebody else's film.
>Well, i do have a grand plan for him, but generally, he refuses to cooperate.
> I'll work on it. It will of course be deadly serious, deep and meaningful
Likely title? "Bernard the cafe-owning cat"
Thanks for the feedback on the food Nayda, will bear it in mind for next year.
Anyone else think the food was light on?
On 12/04/2012 duglash wrote:
>Thanks for the feedback on the food Nayda, will bear it in mind for next
>Anyone else think the food was light on?
On 12/04/2012 Davidn wrote:
>But here's the thing - if that move was on a 32, you'd be saying it was
>a totally rad route. So don't be a hypocrite!
Wow, you live in a funny reality!
So what happened to the Straddy film?
On 12/04/2012 One Day Hero wrote:
>So what happened to the Straddy film?
You starred. It was too long for the comp is my understanding, so they showed it at the end. It was pretty good, but I might be biased.
Simon said he would get us all a copy when he got around to puttin it on dvd's.