Conquering Kilimanjaro is now available on DVD, in a special DELUXE edition, which includes a bonus episode of Growing Bolder TV, all about the making of our documentary!
This single-disc box includes the full-length documentary, and 20% from every DVD purchase will be donated to our partners at the LIVESTRONG Foundation.
Conquering Kilimanjaro is an inspiring film that follows the Survivor Summit team, a group of 16 cancer survivors and cancer community advocates, as they attempt to climb the world’s highest freestanding mountain in Tanzania, Africa.
The film celebrates the irrepressible nature of the human spirit, proving that life is worth fighting for. Led by renowned high altitude mountaineer Chris Warner, the climbers include Doug Ulman, a three-time cancer survivor and former CEO of the LIVESTRONG Foundation; two-time cancer survivor Wendy Chioji, a former major market television news anchor and Ironman triathlete; Bree Sandlin, a breast cancer survivor and Shell Oil executive; Jeremy Jungling, a colon cancer survivor and ultra marathoner; Dr. Robert Masson, a renowned neurosurgeon and leading expert on extreme recovery; and filmmaker Marc Middleton, CEO of Bolder Broadcasting and host of the nationally syndicated Growing Bolder television series.
Conquering Kilimanjaro is a must-see film for every family in America that has been touched by cancer.
The LIVESTRONG Foundation is a presenting sponsor of Conquering Kilimanjaro. The LIVESTRONG Foundation ﬁghts to improve the lives of people aﬀected by cancer now. For 18 years, the Foundation has been a voice for cancer survivors and has directly served more than three million people. LIVESTRONG answers survivors’ questions, tells their stories and helps them live their lives through direct service, advocacy and inventive partnership models. In 2014, the Foundation launched its boldest enterprise yet—the LIVESTRONG Cancer Institutes at the Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin. The Institutes will be a pioneering approach to patient-centered cancer care designed by survivors to deliver the best teaching practices and the greatest collaborative research to serve the cancer community.