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Filmography

Yukihide Tamura

    • Japan 
    • Color
    • 73 min 

    An NHK Crew set out to brign the spectacular vies of Mount Everest, the highest mountain in the world, to audience by making the first-ever televised ascent. Carrying a high-definition TV camera, they spent a month climbing from base camp to the summit with Sherpa guides. The crew shot awe-inspiring scenes in the harsh conditions of th death zone - the area above 8,000 metres, where there is only one third of the oxygen that exists at sea level. The HD pictures give viewers a chance to share the exhilaration of standing at the highest point on the planet.


    Mount Everest - Shooting the Highest Summit 2012 poster a.jpg

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