Craig DeMartino gets wounded in his spine during mountain climbing and has to amputate his right leg below the knee. Would he be able to continue mountaineering? When he meets Kai Lin, an industrial designer who lives in Brooklyn, he sees hope. As a man of inborn curiosity and compassion who likes to think in other people’s shoes, Kai happens to see a video clip on Youtube where mountain goats climb stiff rock cliffs with swift and agile movements. What if that distinctive talent is adapted to humans? This is where his prosthetic leg project begins, and with the passionate support of Craig, the two men walk together to achieve one goal. (JANG Bo-young)
[Screening Information]-UMFF On Air (Online Screening) / 10.23 ~ 11.01 (10 days) / World-wide Open
Jordan Manley is a North Vancouver based outdoor culture photographer and filmmaker, focused on the connection between sport and nature. His films are an effort to explore the human relationship with nature. He produced and directed four seasons of the award winning A Skier's Journey, a film series that examined the ties between landscape, culture, and skiing.