The climber Leo Houlding and the director Alastair Lee return with a new film of ...epic proportions! This time Leo and his fellow climbers Sean Leary and Jason Pickles make their way into the depths of the Amazon rainforest in Venezuela to attempt the first ascent of the east face of a tepui situated in the heart of the jungle: Cerro Autana. After having made their way into the forest by posing as tourists, the climbers launch themselves into a spectacular adventure, in an area infested by thousands of insects , where the air is almost suffocating due to the high level of humidity.
Alastair Charles Lee
He is a photographer, naturalist and climber who has spent the last ten years travelling and climbing all over the world. His passion for foreign cultures and wild places is best expressed through his photography and films. Known as one of the best climber-photographers in the United Kingdom, he has written and published numerous climbing and photography books. In 2011 The Asgard Project won the Gold Genzian of the Italian Alpine Club at the Trento Film Festival. In 2013 he took part with the film Autana.