Roman army officer Horatius: "Brute force without wisdom will collapse under its own weight." Image from Porebski's movie about Kukuzcka, which he says is rather ideological. Image by activelifedvd.pl, courtesy Jerzy Porebski, http://activelifedvd.pl
The future of adventure film and television: Jerzy Porebski, the Polish outlook
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(Tina Sjogren) He fancies his dog, travel, film, and music. He eats Italian and his favorite movie is Cabaret. Polish climbers stood out in early Himalaya for their simple and exposed style. Bon vivant Jerzy Porebski has devoted much of his time to them. From his home base in Warsaw he uses various means to bring back to life big adventures: he'll write books, shoot movies, script cartoons, crowd source and utilize flip book technology on the web. As for the future of adventure film and television he says it brilliantly in one simple phrase: "The time has come to make money on that which does not exist." Here goes.ExplorersWeb: You did an award winning film about Kukuczka - what other...