Film Reviews

 

"Michael Brown's mastery of story and cinematic technique make this the finest Everest film I've seen."

-Glen Denny, Jury member, Taos Mountain Film Festival


Jury Member and filmmaker Leo Dickinson comments, "Just when we thought

 we'd seen every angle on Everest, Michael Brown did it better."

 

The award was granted to the filmmaker who best described a moving life story or adventure.

 The award was based on quality, originality and inspirational and compelling story content.

-Whistler Film Festival

 

Filmed with almost preposterous clarity, from inventive, changing angles, and using moody time-lapses and little narration,

 the 75-minute film takes us into the experience of a man climbing this endless mountain without being able to see a single step.

-Alison Osius Rock and Ice Magazine (Read entire Review)

 

One of the "The 20 Best Adventure DVD's of All Time"  -Men's Journal Magazine, December 2005

 

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