“Telling the story of an adventure is never an easy task… Films are most often produced far removed from the experience and athletes. As such, the story told becomes a third party interpretation. The intensity of the journey is easily diluted and lost…”
Sending dispatches at 17,000 feet high in the Himalayas, editing and shooting while dehydrated and wasted from tough pitches… Along with fellow climber Cory Richards, Renan Ozturk set out to tell their story real time through a camera, two solar-powered laptops and broadcasted via social networks. It’s not often that you get to follow along on an adventure “As It Happens”. But that’s exactly what Renan and Cory make happen in this raw and inspired film. Check it out.
hot on elephant
Elephant Journal’s Holiday Gift Guide 636 shares A letter to the Anger that refuses to Leave Me. 552 shares Waylon’s favorite Ethical Gifts. 10 shares Join: Elephant’s Winter 2017 Academy. 28 shares Trevor Noah just won my Respect. 2,557 shares Year of the Fire Rooster 2017: What to Expect. 851 shares December Forecast: Letting Go of 2016 & Leaning into 2017 with Love. 6,640 shares These Tweets (and Retweets) actually Happened. 1,384 share How to Say Goodbye to that almost-great Love. 1,557 share For the Women who are Trying to Do & Be Everything to Everyone. 3,171 shares