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Peter Mortimer (filmmaker)

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Residence  Colorado, U.S.
Awards  Sports Emmy
Nationality  American
Name  Peter Mortimer
Citizenship  United States
Role  Filmmaker
Occupation  Filmmaker

Peter Mortimer (filmmaker)

Born  January 28, 1974 (age 41) (1974-01-28) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Alma mater  University of Southern California
Movies  Valley Uprising, Reel Rock 7: Honnold 3.0, King Lines, First Ascent, Return 2 Sender, The Sensei
Education  Colorado College, University of Southern California
Nominations  Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Camera Work
Similar People  Nick Rosen, Chris Sharma, Lisa Rands, Don Hewitt

Peter Mortimer (born January 28, 1974) is an American filmmaker from Colorado. He has produced and directed multiple films related to rock climbing, mountaineering, and outdoor adventure under the production group Sender Films.


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Mortimer was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He attended Colorado College graduating with honors in geology. He later attended the University of Southern California School of Cinema and Television, receiving his MFA in film.

His productions have won numerous film festival awards, a Sports Emmy, and a nomination for News and Documentary Emmy: Outstanding Graphic Design & Art Direction. Peter is also co-founder, along with Josh Lowell of Big UP Productions, of the REEL ROCK Film Tour, coming up on in its 10th year and showing in over 415 locations across the world.


  • Front Range Freaks (2003)
  • Return2Sender (2005)
  • First Ascent (2006)
  • King Lines (2007)
  • The Sharp End (2008)
  • First Ascent: The Series (2010)
  • Reel Rock Film Tour (2010)
  • Reel Rock 6 (2011)
  • Reel Rock 7 (2012)
  • Reel Rock 8 (2013)
  • Valley Uprising (2014)
  • Reel Rock 10 (2015)
  • Reel Rock 11 (2016)
  • Awards and honors


    King Lines (2007)

  • Sports Emmy: Outstanding Camera Work
  • First Ascent (2011)

  • Sports Emmy: Outstanding Camera Work[17]
  • Nominations

    Valley Uprising (2014)

  • News and Documentary Emmy: Outstanding Graphic Design & Art Direction
  • References

    Peter Mortimer (filmmaker) Wikipedia