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Doc Filmmaking in the Mountains with Eric Becker
Episode 13129th May 2020 • The Documentary Life • The Documentary Life
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Eric Becker has been taking on extreme challenges since he can remember. If it's not racing bikes it's climbing mountains. If it's not climbing mountains, it's making doc films about people climbing mountains.

Tune into this week's episode where we celebrate International Everest Day by welcoming doc filmmaker and mountaineer, Eric Becker on to TDL!

In our first segment, Chris G. Parkhurst, gives us Reasons for Working on Multiple Documentary Projects at the same time!

Topics Discussed

  • Reasons to work on multiple doc projects at the same time
  • How doc filmmaker Eric Beckergot hooked into documentary as a way to travel the world
  • Logistics of filming an actual mountaineering expedition
  • How to get brand support for your doc films
  • How to work with an otherwise reticent doc subject


Additional Resources

Teaser for Return to Mt. Kennedy


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