The Summit is a 2012 documentary film about the 2008 K2 disaster directed by Nick Ryan. It combines documentary footage with dramatized recreations of the events of the 2008 K2 disaster. On the way to and from the summit, eleven climbers died during a short time span creating one of the worst catastophes in climbing history. Much of the documentary footage was captured by Swedish mountaineer Fredrik Sträng. Sträng was planning to do a Documentary which was aborted due to the fact that he did not reach the summit. The footage was still valuable to help solving what really did happen since all the climbers had different stories about what happened.
At a Latin American Presidents’ Summit in Chile where the region’s alliances and geopolitical strategies are shaped, Hernán Blanco, the president of Argentina, lives a political and family drama. Through his son in law, he’s implicated in a corruption case. On her father’s call, Marina Blanco, attends the Summit to find protection, to earn time and to negotiate a way out. That past once calm and domestic, becomes a menacing element, almost fantastic, seen from the top of public life, seen from the Summit.
Georgian and foreign alpinists make an effort to ascend a high mountain. The weather is inclement making their effort extremely perilous. Every step on the snow-covered trail is precarious. Professionalism, firmness and compassion have far more value than the physical ability.
The Captain's Summit documents the first time in Star Trek history that four stars who at some point have played Captains in Star Trek (William Shatner, Patrick Stewart, Leonard Nimoy, Jonathan Frakes) have been brought together for a 70-minute rare and unprecedented round table event. Whoopi Goldberg, star of Star Trek: The Next Generation, hosts the event.
Cold War on Ice, produced by 51-time Emmy Award-winner Ross Greenburg, chronicles the historic 27-day Summit Series in September of 1972 between a team of NHL All-Stars from Canada and the Soviet National Team during the height of the Cold War.
Recorded live during the sold out Love Gun tour this show at Houston's Summit has it all... The complete Love Gun stage set ... The complete Love Gun set list ... And amazing show KISS put up at the height of their popularity in the USA with all special effects you expect to find in a KISS show ...
In 1907, a group of men climb an unconquered peak in the last unmapped region of Japan.
The Wrestling Revolver is teaming up with AAW Pro and the UK’s Fight Club: Pro over the WrestleMania weekend to present Pancakes & Piledrivers II: The Indy Summit.
Inspired by the 1993 Grammy-winning album, this historic meeting of superpowers stars the King of the Blues performing duets with a pantheon of fellow legends: Ruth Brown, Albert Collins, Robert Cray, Buddy Guy, Koko Taylor, Irma Thomas and Joe Louis Walker. Interspersed with exclusive interviews, it's an inspired and unprecedented gathering of blues greats that may never be equaled. The performances include B.B.'s signature song, "The Thrill Is Gone," and "Playin' With My Friends," which was penned by Robert Cray just for The Blues Summit. Best of all, with this home video, you sit right on stage where you don't miss a beat.
Pablo was a priest. He knew he was going to die young. He gave his life to God ... and God accepted the offer. Now they say he's alive. Pablo was known and loved by countless people, that have gone on record about it after his death.
Five friends take off for a ski trip, but when they end up at the wrong location they soon realize they're in for much more than a snow-filled weekend in the mountains.
Makoto Fukamachi (Junichi Okada) is a Japanese cameraman. He finds an old camera on a backstreet of Nepal. The camera might possibly solve the mystery of whether George Mallory became the first person to successfully climb Mount Everest on June 8, 1924 or not. Pursuing the old camera's past, Makoto Fukamachi meets legendary Alpinist Joji Habu (Hiroshi Abe). Joji Habu is isolated from other people because of his reckless and thoughtless personality.
When heads of state gather at the G8 summit in Japan, Guilala -- the intergalactic monster that had been banished from the earth in The X from Outer Space -- returns to ravage the Japanese countryside and threaten the world leaders. Military strikes prove futile against the beast, but a reporter learns that one rural community possesses a strange ritual that might influence the creature. Minoru Kawasaki directs this campy satire.
Indonesian horror movie.
The global clean water crisis brings Kenna, Jessica Biel, Emile Hirsch, Lupe Fiasco and more to face the ominous Mount Kilimanjaro.
On August 13, 1976 a white-hot KISS came to Houston concert venue The Summit for just their third show in the area. The band at this point was blowing up after releasing the hit LP “Destroyer” and brought a pyrotechnic-heavy rock show with them to thrill fans. Opening with “Detroit Rock City” and closing with “Black Diamond.”
Non-Summit (aka Abnormal Summit) is a television program on JTBC in South Korea. The show features a panel of eleven non-Korean men, living in Korea, who debate on various topics and "Korean culture, through the eyes of a foreigner," in a talk show format, in the Korean language.
Set on the eve of the next G8 Summit, this miniseries follows a mother's desperate struggle to bring justice to her murdered son, fallen victim to a corrupt pharmaceutical company.
Created by Black Entertainment Television Chief Operating Officer Sheila Johnson and Originating Producer, Tony Regusters, Teen Summit is an American talk show/ youth show that aired on Black Entertainment Television. It dealt with the everyday issues teenagers dealt with and attempted to bring them into a positive, uplifting light, while motivate the teen viewers. Following original program host Lisa Johnson, various hosts have appeared on the show throughout the years, including Ananda Lewis. The show premiered on September 16, 1989 and ended on August 31, 2002. On June 21, 2007, BET aired an episode of Teen Summit called Teen Summit: Backstage Pass.
The Great Summits introduces ten of the world' s most famed mountains such as Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn in the European Alps and Mt. McKinley in Alaska. Guided by expert climbers, viewers can experience what it feels like to climb these mountains. Feel the same fear and excitement through the lens of a Steadicam.