This weekend, National Geographic will premiere a brand new documentary film, “Fly,” at the Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto, Canada.

The new documentary follows the adventures of some BASE jumpers who stand on a mountain precipice, staring out at a drop of hundreds of metres, before taking the plunge. BASE jumping has become an enthralling spectacle with a worldwide fan base, but the psyche of its devotees has never been filmed like this. Shot over seven years in some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes, Fly is an intimate, adrenaline-fuelled portrait of three couples who live life to the hilt while participating in one of the world’s most dangerous sports and navigating personal demons that pushes them to their limits. Fly is an exhilarating look into human questions that reveal the deeper truth that, to do what we love, we must be willing to lose everything—which could mean the love of our life, or the life we love.

Check out this clip from “Fly” below:


The documentary will premiere at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema in Toronto on Sunday, 28th April 2024, at 6pm.  The screening will be attended by the film’s co-directors, Shaul Schwarz and Christina Clusiau, also with BASE Jumper Amber Forte, who will talk about the new documentary.

“Fly” will premiere on the National Geographic linear channel and on Hulu and Disney+ later this year.

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Roger Palmer

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