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    Expedition Everest Vod

    Expedition Everest

    Katie Bauer Murdock (2020)

    Expedition Everest follows an international coalition of biologists, geologists, glaciologists, meteorologists, and geographers as they study the effects of climate change in one of the most extreme environments on Earth. The National Geographic and Rolex Perpetual Planet Everest Expedition begins at 17,300 feet at Base Camp and ends above 27,000 feet, near the summit of Mt. Everest. The documentary shows the team as they collect ice cores, place the world’s highest weather station, and gather hundreds of samples along the way.

    USA / 45 min

    Expedition Everest

    Katie Bauer Murdock

    • 2020
    • USA
    • 45 min
    Expedition Everest follows an international coalition of biologists, geologists, glaciologists, meteorologists, and geographers as they study the effects of climate change in one of the most extreme environments on Earth. The National Geographic and Rolex Perpetual Planet Everest Expedition begins at 17,300 feet at Base Camp and ends above 27,000 feet, near the summit of Mt. Everest. The documentary shows the team as they collect ice cores, place the world’s highest weather station, and gather hundreds of samples along the way.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    20 mètres de corde pour 30 ans d’écart

    Sébastien Devrient (2004)

    20 m de corde pour 30 ans d’écart is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Gasherbrum Ii. It was directed by Sébastien Devrient in 2004 and produced by Troillet Aventure. It features Jean Troillet, Sébastien Gay and Sébastien Devrient.

    Switzerland / 27 min

    20 mètres de corde pour 30 ans d’écart

    Sébastien Devrient

    • 2004
    • Switzerland
    • 27 min
    20 m de corde pour 30 ans d’écart is a documentary about alpinism that takes place in Gasherbrum Ii. It was directed by Sébastien Devrient in 2004 and produced by Troillet Aventure. It features Jean Troillet, Sébastien Gay and Sébastien Devrient.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Living is victory

    Sébastien Devrient (2009)

    Living is victory is a documentary about mountaineering that takes place in Annapurna. It was directed by Sébastien Devrient in 2009 and produced by OnePixel Studio. It features Jean Troillet, Jean-Yves Fredriksen, Martial Dumas, Kobi Reichen and Sébastien Devrient.

    Switzerland / 27 min

    Living is victory

    Sébastien Devrient

    • 2009
    • Switzerland
    • 27 min
    Living is victory is a documentary about mountaineering that takes place in Annapurna. It was directed by Sébastien Devrient in 2009 and produced by OnePixel Studio. It features Jean Troillet, Jean-Yves Fredriksen, Martial Dumas, Kobi Reichen and Sébastien Devrient.

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  • Documentary / Expedition Journal

    Mount Everest 1952

    Mount Everest 1952

    Victor Borel (1952)

    Record of the swiss expeditions to climb Mount Everest in 1952. Led by Edouard Wyss-Dunant, the 1952 spring Swiss Mount Everest expedition saw Raymond Lambert and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay reach a height of about 8,595 metres (28,199 ft) on the southeast ridge, setting a new climbing altitude record, opening up a new route to Mount Everest and paving the way for further successes by other expeditions. The film also records a second Swiss expedition in the autumn of 1952, after the monsoon, the first serious attempt to climb Everest at that time of year. A party including Lambert, Tenzing and others made it to the South Col, but was forced back by extremely cold weather after reaching an altitude of 8,100 metres (26,575 ft).

    Switzerland / 67 min

    Mount Everest 1952

    Victor Borel, Heinrich Fueter

    • 1952
    • Switzerland
    • 67 min
    Record of the swiss expeditions to climb Mount Everest in 1952. Led by Edouard Wyss-Dunant, the 1952 spring Swiss Mount Everest expedition saw Raymond Lambert and Sherpa Tenzing Norgay reach a height of about 8,595 metres (28,199 ft) on the southeast ridge, setting a new climbing altitude record, opening up a new route to Mount Everest and paving the way for further successes by other expeditions. The film also records a second Swiss expedition in the autumn of 1952, after the monsoon, the first serious attempt to climb Everest at that time of year. A party including Lambert, Tenzing and others made it to the South Col, but was forced back by extremely cold weather after reaching an altitude of 8,100 metres (26,575 ft).

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