October 2, 2013
- Time 7:30 p.m.
- Location Washington, D.C.
- Price Starting at $24
Join award-winning National Geographic Channel filmmaker Bryan Smith as he shares gripping moments from his assignments documenting extreme sports in the world’s most challenging environments. For Smith, extreme is “whatever is scary for you,” and he has repeatedly tested the limits while producing films like The Man Who Could Fly, about free climber and BASE jumper Dean Potter, and Alaska Wing Men, following Alaskan bush pilots on remote and critical missions. Experience amazing stories and jaw-dropping footage shot in stunning locations, and find out why Smith says that “the suffering co-efficient is my key to success.”
Watch a video of Bryan Smith talking about his work:
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