Filmography

Mark Inglis

5 films

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  • Documentary / Historical

    Bear Grylls - Man vs Everest Vod

    Bear Grylls - Man vs Everest

    Sam Barcroft (2014)

    The show hosted and narrated by Bear Grylls features stories of the greatest Everest attempts and achievements over the years by climbers from all over the globe. Grylls speaks to climbers and support crews, Sherpas, journalist and experts. The show uses new archive footage and user-generated footage along with CGI.

    UK / 44 min

    Bear Grylls - Man vs Everest

    Sam Barcroft, Liz Brach, Julian Thomas

    • 2014
    • UK
    • 44 min
    The show hosted and narrated by Bear Grylls features stories of the greatest Everest attempts and achievements over the years by climbers from all over the globe. Grylls speaks to climbers and support crews, Sherpas, journalist and experts. The show uses new archive footage and user-generated footage along with CGI.

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    Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Portrait

    No mean feat

    Chas Toogood (2002)

    A documentary of the impressive life of New Zealand mountaineer Mark Inglis, who overcame the loss of both his legs below the knee to frostbite, became a research scientist in leukemia research, a winemaker, and an athlete with a disability ready to summit the peak that cost him his legs.

    New Zealand / 67 min

    No mean feat

    Chas Toogood

    • 2002
    • New Zealand
    • 67 min
    A documentary of the impressive life of New Zealand mountaineer Mark Inglis, who overcame the loss of both his legs below the knee to frostbite, became a research scientist in leukemia research, a winemaker, and an athlete with a disability ready to summit the peak that cost him his legs.

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    Watch Free Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Everest - Beyond the limit - Season 1

    Barny Revill (2006)

    Everest - Beyond the limit - Season 1 is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest. It was directed by Edmund Wardle in 2006 and produced by Tigress productions. It is a part of the series Everest - Beyond the limit. It features Russell Brice, Max Chaya, Tim Medvetz, Terry O'Connor, Mark Inglis, Mogens Jensen and others.

    USA / 270 min

    Everest - Beyond the limit - Season 1

    Barny Revill, Edmund Wardle, Martin Palthorpe

    • 2006
    • USA
    • 270 min
    Everest - Beyond the limit - Season 1 is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest. It was directed by Edmund Wardle in 2006 and produced by Tigress productions. It is a part of the series Everest - Beyond the limit. It features Russell Brice, Max Chaya, Tim Medvetz, Terry O'Connor, Mark Inglis, Mogens Jensen and others.

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    Watch Free DVD / BLU-RAY Video on Demand
  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Everest - After the climb DVD

    Everest - After the climb

    Matthew Bennett (2007)

    Everest - After the climb is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest. It was directed by Matthew Bennett in 2007 and produced by Discovery Channel. It features Pete Athans, Mark Inglis, Monica Piris, Veikka Gustafsson, Betsy Huelskamp, Ken Kamler and others.

    USA / 200 min

    Everest - After the climb

    Matthew Bennett

    • 2007
    • USA
    • 200 min
    Everest - After the climb is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Everest. It was directed by Matthew Bennett in 2007 and produced by Discovery Channel. It features Pete Athans, Mark Inglis, Monica Piris, Veikka Gustafsson, Betsy Huelskamp, Ken Kamler and others.

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    DVD / BLU-RAY
  • Documentary / Chronicle

    Dying for Everest

    Richard Dennison (2007)

    On May 15, 2006, double amputee Mark Inglis reached the summit of Mt. Everest. It was a remarkable achievement, and Inglis was feted by the press and public alike. But only a few days later he was plunged into a storm of controversy when it was learned that he and his teammates had passed an incapacitated climber, Englishman David Sharp, leaving him to a lonely death high in the Death Zone. In 'Dying for Everest', we hear their stories and witness the strange effect Everest has on the rules of survival. And at the end, we are able to judge for ourselves the morality of climbing in the Death Zone.

    New Zealand / 52 min

    Dying for Everest

    Richard Dennison

    • 2007
    • New Zealand
    • 52 min
    On May 15, 2006, double amputee Mark Inglis reached the summit of Mt. Everest. It was a remarkable achievement, and Inglis was feted by the press and public alike. But only a few days later he was plunged into a storm of controversy when it was learned that he and his teammates had passed an incapacitated climber, Englishman David Sharp, leaving him to a lonely death high in the Death Zone. In 'Dying for Everest', we hear their stories and witness the strange effect Everest has on the rules of survival. And at the end, we are able to judge for ourselves the morality of climbing in the Death Zone.

    Climbing locations

    Availability

    Watch Free DVD / BLU-RAY Video on Demand

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