Jump London is a documentary first broadcast by Channel 4 about parkour and free running in September 2003, directed by Mike Christie and produced by Optomen Television. It later spawned a sequel, Jump Britain that first aired in January 2005. Both feature documentaries were directed by Mike Christie. Not to be confused with the similar phenomenon 'Jumpers' by street artist Nicholas 'Darky' Dymond.
Jump London followed three French traceurs, Sébastien Foucan, Jérôme Ben Aoues, and Johann Vigroux, as they run around many of London's most famous landmarks, including Royal Albert Hall, Shakespeare's Globe Theater, HMS Belfast, and many others.
The music used in the film for each location was as follows:
- "Ordinary Day" by Bent (from The Everlasting Blink) - Somerset House
- "Jump Main Theme" by Ian Masterson - The Mall, Royal Albert Hall
- "Jumping" by Ian Masterson - HMS Belfast, Redjacket
- "Noctuary" by Bonobo (from Dial 'M' for Monkey) - City of London School, Globe
- "London" by Pet Shop Boys / Felix da Housecat (from Disco 3) - Globe, Big Ben shots
- "Break My Head" by Thomas Beach - Old County Hall, Saatchi & Saatchi, Soho
- "What Your Soul Sings" by Massive Attack (from 100th Window) - National Theatre, Tate Modern
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