Summit of the Gods, The (2021): Directed and Co-Written by Patrick Imbert

George Mallory and his companion Andrew Irvine were the first men to scale Everest on June 8th, 1924. But is there hard evidence for that fact?
The little Vestpocket Kodak camera they took with them might reveal the truth.
The Summit of the Gods is based on the acclaimed manga series of the same name by Jirô Taniguchi based on the novel by Baku Yumemakura. 
In Kathmandu, 70 years later, young Japanese reporter  Fukamachi Makoto recognizes the camera in the hands of the mysterious Habu Jôji, an outcast climber believed missing for years.
Fukamachi enters the clique of world-obsessive mountaineers driven by impossible conquests on a journey that leads him, step by step, towards the summit of the gods.

Directed/Co-Written by Patrick Imbert (The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales), co-written and produced by Jean-Charles Ostorero, produced by Didier Brunner (The Triplets of Belleville), Damien Brunner (Wolfwalkers), Stephan Roelants (The Breadwinner) with an original score by Amine Bouhafa.
It is directed by Patrick Imbert (The Big Bad Fox and Other Tales)

Based on Jirô Taniguchi’s and Baku Yumemakura’s best-selling manga. 

Magali Pouzol, Patrick Imbert,
Jean-Charles Ostorero

Jean-Charles Ostorero, Didier Brunner (The
 Triplets of Belleville, Ernest & Celestine),
 Damien Brunner, Stéphan Roelants

Thibaut Ruby
Animated French with English subtitles
Running time: 94 minutes.