The crew of the film on Ochoa de Olza is in the Himalayas.
Pamplona, Sept. 28 .- The crew of Audiovisual Communication and Txalap.art Arena is located in the Himalayas in the Annapurna base camp, shooting more footage for the film "Pura Vida", directed by Paul Migueltxo Iraburu and Molina, which recounts the rescue attempt of I?aki Ochoa de Olza.
In these days, reports producer in a statement, the team has traveled to Nepal, where they shot in Kathmandu and Pokhara,, buy eve isk, and is currently filming the last sequence in the Annapurna base camp, at 4,100 meters.
The production has enjoyed this time with the collaboration of the Sherpas who always traveled with Inaki, including Mingma, one of the protagonists of the film, which was for many expeditions his cook and friend.
The film recounts the, fallen earth power leveling, events of May 2008, on the south face of Annapurna, when it launched one of the largest attempts to rescue the history of the Himalayas.
For four days, a dozen men from Canada, USA, Kazakhstan, Russia, Poland, Romania, England, Switzerland and Nepal, including some of the world's best mountaineers, attempted to rescue Inaki Ochoa de Olza.
The crew of, ffxiv gil, the film is about the lives of the rescuers, to retell their experiences and remember those days. Through archival footage and filming in spectacular landscapes, the documentary film on the viewer's profile Himalayan Navarre died.
"Pura Vida" is a documentary film producer and Audiovisual Communication Navarre Arena San Sebastian Txalaparta producer, the same team as the award-winning film Noemadak Tx.
The movie has the EITB and TVE co-production and financing of the Institute of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Institute of Audiovisual Arts Navarro and film.
Among other contributions, has the creator of the original soundtrack, Mikel Salas, Goya Award nominee and director of photography director Raul de la Fuente Navarre.