The short film tells the story of American climber and BASE jumper Steph Davis who discovered her love for climbing in the 90s and made the decision not to continue her education in order to follow her passion.
Davis lived in her car for years in order to spend all of her time and energy on climbing. Eventually, she became successful as the first woman to cross a 5.11 free solo track — that is, a climb without any safety equipment or ropes.
Davis has lost both her husband and an ex-husband due to their adventurous, thrill-seeking lifestyles, but despite that, Davis doesn’t plan to slow down anytime soon.
The programme of the EOFT, once finalised, will last around two hours and consist of 6 to 8 documentary films about the outdoors, sports, travelling and adventure.
More films will be announced soon, and the final programme will be unveiled in September. The films will be shown across Europe with a stop in Luxembourg for two evenings in October.
Two events will be held in as of yet to be announced locations in Esch-sur-Alzette at 4:30pm and 8pm.