Peter Mortimer

Peter Mortimer

Peter Mortimer, a Colorado native who began climbing when he was 14, started Sender Films in 1999 as a DIY climbing video production project. He was joined by his college buddy Nick Rosen in 2004, and over the last decade, the two have grown Sender into a global adventure film company, thanks to a prolific output of work that ranges from feature-length documentaries to television series and climbing shorts. With world-class athletes, fast-paced storytelling, humor, authentic characters and high-flying adventures, Sender’s films have garnered many accolades, including a Sports Emmy.

Related Films

FilmYearCountryDurationFestival Years
Man vs. Eiger2009USA25mins2010Details »
Brother's Wild2009USA25mins2010Details »
Point of No Return2009USA25mins2010Details »
Swiss Machine2010USA25mins2011Details »
Down and Out and Under2010USA25mins2011Details »
Sketchy Andy2011USA21mins2012Details »
Race for the Nose2011USA21mins2012Details »
Valley Uprising (Work in Progress)2012USA90mins2012Details »
Honnold 3.0 2012USA32mins2013Details »
The Sensei 2013USA28mins2013Details »

Peter Mortimer / 2014

2014 Festival Involvement:

Participating as a: Film Director

Peter Mortimer / 2013

2013 Festival Involvement:

Participating as a: Film Director

Peter Mortimer / 2011

2011 Festival Involvement:

Participating as a: Film Director