I stumbled on this short film commemorates legendary ice climber Guy Lacelle: La vie de Guy Lacelle Alstrin Films2010This film commemorates the life of Guy Lacelle, who was regarded as one of the world’s leading ice climbers. In 2009, at the age of 54, Lacelle was killed by an avalanche during a climbing competition in Bozeman, Montana. A pioneer in the ice climbing world, Lacelle was the first to show what can be done on vertical ice and established some of the most difficult ice climbs in the world.Chris AlstrinOracle Film Group; Alias Cinema; AlstrinGuy Lacellehttp://alstrinfilms.com/store/guy-lacelle/. There appears to be some films of similar length available in Yotube and few other places, not sure whether this is the same film or not. Anyway, HD download is pretty cheap on Alstrin Films site.
- Guy Lacelle Killed in Avalanche. By Dougald MacDonald at Climbing Magazine on 2009-12-10.
- Video: Guy Lacelle, Legend. Earlier this month, Guy Lacelle (54) died in an avalanche in Hyalite Canyon, Montana. The Canadian climber and silviculturist, who dedicated his life to these crafts, had scaled more ice than anyone in ice-climbing history. Every year he traveled the globe, searching walls, canyons and corners for the finest, wildest ice on earth. By Erik Lambert at Alpinist on 2009-12-23.
- Solo, Part III: Guy Lacelle. Soloing is often described as the most pure and dangerous form of climbing. For all of us, testing the limit of what's comfortable, whether that is scrambling up 5.3 terrain or spending fifty days on a big wall alone, is an unparalleled mental and physical exploration. By Guy Lacelle at Alpinist on 2008-07-09.
- New Slawinski route tribute to Guy Lacelle. Raphael Slawinski and Eamonn Walsh have made the first ascent of a specular line, Lacelle Qui Reste (WI6, 40 meters), on Mt. Wilson in the Canadian Rockies, on December 30. By Duane Raleigh at Rock & Ice on 2013-01-18.