TV Documentaries

In our TV documentaries we follow adventurers on their journeys, to the ground of the ocean, to the tops of the most isolated mountains, or crossing the sea just by the power of their bodies. Coming directly to TV, these stories will bound the audiences to the screen.

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Across the Ice – the Greenland Victory March

The Greenland Victory March follows a record-breaking forty-two-day expedition across the Greenland ice sheet on skis and kites. Led by explorer Sebastian Copeland with partner Eric McNair-Landry, the expedition spans 2300 kilometers of Greenland’s south to north axis. Expecting polar bears to be the most horrifying encounter along their route, the adventurers simply hadn’t taken a full-on blizzard into consideration. Raging for almost one week, it took the explorers to their limits.

•    Duration: 52 min
•    Language: English
•    Format: HD 16:9
•    Year of production: 2013
•    Status: available from January 2014

The Cave Connection

Deep underground in the wilderness of New Zealand, gigantic and widely unexplored cave systems entice adventurers and cavers from around the globe. Kieran McKay, one of the most accomplished cavers in the southern hemisphere, and his team of like-minded adventurers set out for the almost impossible: they try to find the “cave connection”. If they happen to track through the approximately 80 unmapped meters between the systems “Nettlebed” and “Stormy Pot”, they could claim credit for having found the largest cave in the southern hemisphere and one of the Top Five caves on the entire planet. But 80 meters can become a mind-boggling odyssey, threatened by tight squeezes, unexpected water inrush and complete lack of communication with the world outside…
In 2014, “The Cave Connection“ won awards at several film festivals: Best film of the category “Adventurous Sports & Lifestyles“ at the New Zealand Mountain Film Festival, winner of the category “Exploits and Adventures“ at the Festival du Film des Diablerets, winner of the category “Best Documentary“ at the Tyrolean Independent Film Festival, third place winner in the “International Documentary“ category at the Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival, as well as the winner of the Jury Award at the Torello Film Festival. The film was also one of the winners at the Trento Film Festival and was screened at the Banff Mountain Film Festival and the European Outdoor Film Tour.

•    Duration: 52 min
•    Language: English
•    Format: HD 16:9
•    Year of production: 2013
•    Status: available

Flying High – the Quest for Everest

Russian extreme BASE-jumper and wingsuit pilot Valery Rozov sets out to accomplish the highest BASE-jump and wingsuit flight in the history of mankind from the Himalaya mountain range. The adventure turns out to be a two-year slog of test jumps, measurements and frantically searching for the perfect wingsuit design for an altitude flight in thin air. A new record jump off the Matterhorn (4.478 m) and the first wingsuit flight from Mount Shivling (6543 m) in India turn into precursors for the final leap...
In 2014, “Flying High“ was nominated at the Mississippi International Film Festival and won the award for “Best Adventure Film“.

•    Duration: 52 min
•    Language: Russian with English voice-over
•    Format: HD 16:9
•    Year of production: 2013
•    Status: available from January 2014