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78 FOR SCALING CINEMATIC MOUNTAINS

Jimmy Chin FILMMAKER, PHOTOGRAPHER, ADVENTURER

Jimmy Chin didn’t set out to make movie history. When he was dangling off Yosemite’s 3,200-foot El Capitan rock face, filming climber Alex Honnold’s attempt at the site’s first ropeless ascent for a

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