Aftershock Everest and the Nepal Earthquake

Aftershock Everest and the Nepal Earthquake – Netflix historical documentary series about the 2015 AD massive earthquake in Nepal, director Oliver Lambert presents the story of survival from the top of the world to the mashed city of Kathmandu

Overview

The Netflix historical documentary series Aftershock: Everest and the Nepal Earthquake shows a different story of the massive 2015 A-D earthquake of 7.8 magnitude in Nepal. This earthquake killed about 9,000 people and injured about 3 million. lost their houses. Aftershock Everest and the Nepal Earthquake (3 episodes, 2022) The documentary series is directed by talented director Olly Lambert, who has also done his other famous projects, Syria: Across the Lines (2013), Master of Darkness (2014), and Cutting Edge (1990). Natasha Zinni and Liesel Evans are the producers and executive producers of the series. The documentary shows three different stories from different parts of Nepal.

1. Everest expatiation: mountaineer, guide.

2. Langtang Valley: trekkers, village people, guides, and porters survive the story of an avalanche after the earthquake.

3. The Kathmandu Valley’s survivable and rescue operation story of the Gangabu bus park area

Aftershock Everest Episode 3 is divided into three parts, each with a different theme and different names. In the first part, he named it “Wrong Place, Wrong Time.” In the second part, he named it “No Way Out,” and the third part is “Escape.”

1. Everest: Dave Mckinley (mountain guide, Everest Summit: 2), Dave Hahn (expedition leader, Everest Summits: 15), and Sara (1st Everest attempt), foreigners who were in the Everest area during the 2015 Nepal earthquake, tell their stories about the survivable avalanches due to the earthquake when they were in the Everest area. Also, the story covers the Nepali survivor Gopal Shrestha (1st Everest attempt), who is the first man to climb Mount Everest and is HIV positive. Gopal was in Everest base camp and doing preparation for his Everest expedition at the time of the earthquake.

2. Langtang Valley: The documentary covers the story of three trekkers from Israel and the locals of Langtang, who were in Langtang Valley at the time of the earthquake. After the competition for their Annapurna trek, they have more than 5 days in Nepal; they don’t want to lose 5 days doing anything, and they had heard about the Langtang Trek. Also, the documentary covers the stories of two other people from Langtang who were in Langtang at the time of the earthquake.

3. Director Oliver Lambert also covers the story of Kathmandu. Arjun, a guest house owner from Bus Park in Kathmandu, whose guest house has been totally damaged and who lost his wife in that earthquake, and two of his staff members have been rescued by the Nepal Armed Police Force. The director covers all the details of that incident, which makes the documentary very interesting and beautiful.

Project Information

Aftershock: Everest and the Nepal Earthquake is a Netflix documentary. Raw Factual TV U.K. is the documentary’s production company. Mr. Bhuwan Bharati Our founder and Ms. Carolyn Syangbo (Durbar Associate) are the main fixtures for Nepal shooting; besides this, Ms. Pooja Pant (a freelance videographer and a women’s rights activist), Bishnu Kailpit (a cinematographer, director, and editor), and Jyoti Lal Rana (an audio engineer) are other people who work for this documentary.

We had a difficult time finding a large, soundproof studio in Kathmandu. Some studios in the Nepali film industry have soundproofing, but they are all quite small for them, so they require a large room for interview shooting. We suggest they hire some hotels events room. They decide to rent an Aloft hotel event space and soundproof it, which takes our team two days to complete.

The room was not fully soundproof; sometimes noise from the outside, like construction or party music, disturbs, but we were successful in stopping the noise from the outside at the time of the shooting. For Nepal, we worked as a fixture for Aftershock Everest and the Nepal Earthquake Shooting, and we became the successful team for ground handling and managing all the permits, locations, transportation, and logistical arrangements for the crew.