Filmography

Glenn Singleman

6 films

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    The search for freedom Vod

    The search for freedom

    Jon Long (2014)

    The story of a cultural revolution fueled by the human desire to live in the moment and do what makes you feel the most alive. We discover how an electrifying new world came about through pure energy and imagination and the infinite possibilities of self-expression available to anyone willing to drop in. This documentary is a visceral, visual experience told through the eyes some of the brightest pioneers, legends, visionaries and champions of surfing, mountain climbing, snowboarding, skiing, skateboarding, mountain biking and more.

    Canada / 92 min

    The search for freedom

    Jon Long

    • 2014
    • Canada
    • 92 min
    The story of a cultural revolution fueled by the human desire to live in the moment and do what makes you feel the most alive. We discover how an electrifying new world came about through pure energy and imagination and the infinite possibilities of self-expression available to anyone willing to drop in. This documentary is a visceral, visual experience told through the eyes some of the brightest pioneers, legends, visionaries and champions of surfing, mountain climbing, snowboarding, skiing, skateboarding, mountain biking and more.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    No ceiling - The baseclimb 3 story Vod

    No ceiling - The baseclimb 3 story

    Glenn Singleman (2010)

    The physical, mental and emotional story of the husband and wife team who set the world record for high altitude BASEjumping. Heather Swan and her husband Dr Glenn Singleman spent 6 years training in rockclimbing, mountaineering, skydiving, BASEjumping, wingsuit skydiving and wingsuit BASEjumping in order to make a first ascent of the west face of Mt. Meru (6672m) and fly off the top.

    Australia / 56 min

    No ceiling - The baseclimb 3 story

    Glenn Singleman

    • 2010
    • Australia
    • 56 min
    The physical, mental and emotional story of the husband and wife team who set the world record for high altitude BASEjumping. Heather Swan and her husband Dr Glenn Singleman spent 6 years training in rockclimbing, mountaineering, skydiving, BASEjumping, wingsuit skydiving and wingsuit BASEjumping in order to make a first ascent of the west face of Mt. Meru (6672m) and fly off the top.

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  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Baseclimb 2 - Defying gravity

    Baseclimb 2 - Defying gravity

    Glenn Singleman (2002)

    In 1992, Glenn Singleman set a world record for altitude BASEjumping when he jumped from the Great Trango Tower in Pakistan. When Glenn discovered a higher cliff, his wife Heather challenged his belief and her fear and asked him to train her to climb and BASEjump the highest cliff in the world, on Ama Dablam.

    Australia / 55 min

    Baseclimb 2 - Defying gravity

    Baseclimb 2 - Defying gravity

    Glenn Singleman

    • 2002
    • Australia
    • 55 min
    In 1992, Glenn Singleman set a world record for altitude BASEjumping when he jumped from the Great Trango Tower in Pakistan. When Glenn discovered a higher cliff, his wife Heather challenged his belief and her fear and asked him to train her to climb and BASEjump the highest cliff in the world, on Ama Dablam.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Baseclimb

    Glenn Singleman (1993)

    The incredible story of a climber and a base jumper who join forces to make a world record BASEjump from the highest big wall cliff in the world: 6258 metre Great Trango Tower in Pakistan. 1993 winner of People's Choice Award and Best Film on Mountain Sports.

    Australia / 51 min

    Baseclimb

    Glenn Singleman

    • 1993
    • Australia
    • 51 min
    The incredible story of a climber and a base jumper who join forces to make a world record BASEjump from the highest big wall cliff in the world: 6258 metre Great Trango Tower in Pakistan. 1993 winner of People's Choice Award and Best Film on Mountain Sports.

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  • Documentary / Portrait

    A spire

    Chris Hilton (1988)

    An Australian documentary by Glenn Singleman and Chris Hilton following Hilton's ascent of the Centerpoint Tower, Sydney's tallest building at the time. Hilton later became CEO of the film production company Essential Media, and the film that immortalizes his illegal climb in 1987, was his first filmed creative endeavour. Glenn Singleman is widely known for his base jumping and wingsuit adventures and for BaseClimb, the epic film in which he base jumps from The Great Trango Towers in Pakistan.

    Australia / 29 min

    A spire

    Chris Hilton, Glenn Singleman

    • 1988
    • Australia
    • 29 min
    An Australian documentary by Glenn Singleman and Chris Hilton following Hilton's ascent of the Centerpoint Tower, Sydney's tallest building at the time. Hilton later became CEO of the film production company Essential Media, and the film that immortalizes his illegal climb in 1987, was his first filmed creative endeavour. Glenn Singleman is widely known for his base jumping and wingsuit adventures and for BaseClimb, the epic film in which he base jumps from The Great Trango Towers in Pakistan.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    The loneliest mountain Vod

    The loneliest mountain

    Glenn Singleman (1988)

    Few mountains on earth remain unclimbed today. However, in 1988 a party of 6 Australian mountaineers set sail for Mt Minto, the tallest mountain in the Admiralty Range, 150 km deep in the Antarctic interior. This is the dramatic account of their adventure. The expedition encountered huge swells, dangerous icebergs, the loss of a snowmobile and a 120 km haul across heavily crevassed terrain to reach the summit. The climbers were Greg Mortimer, Lyle Closs, Glenn Singleman, Chris Hilton, Lincoln Hall, and Jonathan Chester.

    Australia / 49 min

    The loneliest mountain

    Glenn Singleman, Chris Hilton

    • 1988
    • Australia
    • 49 min
    Few mountains on earth remain unclimbed today. However, in 1988 a party of 6 Australian mountaineers set sail for Mt Minto, the tallest mountain in the Admiralty Range, 150 km deep in the Antarctic interior. This is the dramatic account of their adventure. The expedition encountered huge swells, dangerous icebergs, the loss of a snowmobile and a 120 km haul across heavily crevassed terrain to reach the summit. The climbers were Greg Mortimer, Lyle Closs, Glenn Singleman, Chris Hilton, Lincoln Hall, and Jonathan Chester.

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    DVD / BLU-RAY Video on Demand

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