DVD on Amazon ‘Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike’

I’m pleased to inform folks that my latest film ‘Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike’ is now available to buy on Amazon HERE

The DVD is ‘region free’ too, meaning it doesn’t matter where in the world you are, the feature will play on whichever DVD enabled device you choose to use.

“From the opening summit daybreak sequence it’s clear that you’re in for a visual spectacle…The Scafell massif is one of the most impressive chunks of upland scenery in Britain, and I’ve never seen it looking so majestic on film.” Dan Bailey on UKHillwalking.com.

“A true labour of love…breath taking…any lover of the mountains won’t fail to be seduced.” Adventure sports writer and endurance athlete Nik Cook, Outdoors Magic.

“That Abraham should produce such a seminal piece of work in only his second full length film is little short of astonishing…Where Wainwright has had his books tweaked over the years to reflect change they still remain the hill walkers’ bible despite imitation and in the same way Life of a Mountain will become the Wainwright of the 21st Century.” Dave Mycroft, MyOutdoors.

“We need filmmakers like Terry Abraham. Life of a Mountain – Scafell Pike will surely serve to enhance his reputation…Abraham captures the grandeur of the mountain and its surroundings in exquisitely composed sequences. Some of the most satisfying shots juxtapose the grandeur of the mountain with the slight figures of some of the people for whom Scafell Pike is either workplace or playground, and who, more than the mountain itself, are the real subject of the film.” Tony O’Donnell, The Outdoor Times 

“An absolute treat for the senses”, Jane Watson, National Trust.

“Mountain film a smash hit. Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike has been a hit with audiences at Rheged, with sell-out screenings.” Cumbria Live.

“Like Cairngorms, this film is clearly a labour of love and I am in awe of some of these slow, immersive scenes. I think the timelapse sections shot at night affected me the most, but there’s beauty in every section.” Mountain fiction writer, Alex Roddie.


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