Sean Penn + Jon Krakauer

Season 3, Episode 1

The third season's opening episode unites actor Sean Penn and best-selling author Jon Krakauer (Into Thin Air; Under the Banner of Heaven). Penn recently adapted and directed a film starring Emile Hirsch based on Krakauer's Into the Wild, the true story of a young man who disappeared in the Alaskan wilderness.

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Season 3, Episode 1

Sean Penn + Jon Krakauer Introduction

Walking on Ice

Sean Penn and Jon Krakauer discuss the importance of staying true to yourself.

A Sense of Eternity

Jon Krakauer talks about the importance of sharing one's passions.

Nature Changes You

Sean Penn discusses the impact that Alaska can have on an individual.

What is an Iconoclast?_x000D_

Sean Penn explains what it means to be an Iconoclast._x000D_

What is an Iconoclast?_x000D_

Jon Krakauer explains what it means to be an Iconoclast.

Sean Penn

Filmmaker

Academy Award winner Sean Penn has become an American film icon in a career spanning nearly three decades. He has been nominated four times for the Academy Award as Best Actor in DEAD MAN WALKING, SWEET AND LOWDOWN, and I AM SAM. Most recently, he won the Oscar in 2003 for his searing performance in Clint Eastwood's MYSTIC RIVER. READ MORE 

Sean Penn

Filmmaker

Academy Award winner Sean Penn has become an American film icon in a career spanning nearly three decades. He has been nominated four times for the Academy Award as Best Actor in DEAD MAN WALKING, SWEET AND LOWDOWN, and I AM SAM. Most recently, he won the Oscar in 2003 for his searing performance in Clint Eastwood's MYSTIC RIVER. READ MORE 

Sean Penn

Filmmaker

Academy Award winner Sean Penn has become an American film icon in a career spanning nearly three decades. He has been nominated four times for the Academy Award as Best Actor in DEAD MAN WALKING, SWEET AND LOWDOWN, and I AM SAM. Most recently, he won the Oscar in 2003 for his searing performance in Clint Eastwood's MYSTIC RIVER. READ MORE 

Jon Krakauer

Author

Born in 1954, Jon Krakauer grew up in Corvallis, Oregon, where his father introduced him to mountaineering as an 8-year-old. After graduating from Hampshire College in 1976, Krakauer divided his time between Colorado, Alaska, and the Pacific Northwest, supporting himself primarily as a carpenter and commercial salmon fisherman. For the next two decades, however, his life revolved around climbing mountains. In 1977 he traveled alone to Alaska's Stikine Icecap, went three weeks without encountering another person, and ascended a previously unclimbed route on a huge, intimidating peak called The Devils Thumb. In 1992 he journeyed to Patagonia and climbed an ice-encrusted, mile-high spike of granite called Cerro Torre—once considered the most difficult mountain on earth, and still regarded as one of the loveliest. READ MORE 

Jon Krakauer

Author

Born in 1954, Jon Krakauer grew up in Corvallis, Oregon, where his father introduced him to mountaineering as an 8-year-old. After graduating from Hampshire College in 1976, Krakauer divided his time between Colorado, Alaska, and the Pacific Northwest, supporting himself primarily as a carpenter and commercial salmon fisherman. For the next two decades, however, his life revolved around climbing mountains. In 1977 he traveled alone to Alaska's Stikine Icecap, went three weeks without encountering another person, and ascended a previously unclimbed route on a huge, intimidating peak called The Devils Thumb. In 1992 he journeyed to Patagonia and climbed an ice-encrusted, mile-high spike of granite called Cerro Torre—once considered the most difficult mountain on earth, and still regarded as one of the loveliest. READ MORE 

Jon Krakauer

Author

Born in 1954, Jon Krakauer grew up in Corvallis, Oregon, where his father introduced him to mountaineering as an 8-year-old. After graduating from Hampshire College in 1976, Krakauer divided his time between Colorado, Alaska, and the Pacific Northwest, supporting himself primarily as a carpenter and commercial salmon fisherman. For the next two decades, however, his life revolved around climbing mountains. In 1977 he traveled alone to Alaska's Stikine Icecap, went three weeks without encountering another person, and ascended a previously unclimbed route on a huge, intimidating peak called The Devils Thumb. In 1992 he journeyed to Patagonia and climbed an ice-encrusted, mile-high spike of granite called Cerro Torre—once considered the most difficult mountain on earth, and still regarded as one of the loveliest. READ MORE 

Jon Krakauer

Author

Born in 1954, Jon Krakauer grew up in Corvallis, Oregon, where his father introduced him to mountaineering as an 8-year-old. After graduating from Hampshire College in 1976, Krakauer divided his time between Colorado, Alaska, and the Pacific Northwest, supporting himself primarily as a carpenter and commercial salmon fisherman. For the next two decades, however, his life revolved around climbing mountains. In 1977 he traveled alone to Alaska's Stikine Icecap, went three weeks without encountering another person, and ascended a previously unclimbed route on a huge, intimidating peak called The Devils Thumb. In 1992 he journeyed to Patagonia and climbed an ice-encrusted, mile-high spike of granite called Cerro Torre—once considered the most difficult mountain on earth, and still regarded as one of the loveliest. READ MORE 

Jon Krakauer

Author

Born in 1954, Jon Krakauer grew up in Corvallis, Oregon, where his father introduced him to mountaineering as an 8-year-old. After graduating from Hampshire College in 1976, Krakauer divided his time between Colorado, Alaska, and the Pacific Northwest, supporting himself primarily as a carpenter and commercial salmon fisherman. For the next two decades, however, his life revolved around climbing mountains. In 1977 he traveled alone to Alaska's Stikine Icecap, went three weeks without encountering another person, and ascended a previously unclimbed route on a huge, intimidating peak called The Devils Thumb. In 1992 he journeyed to Patagonia and climbed an ice-encrusted, mile-high spike of granite called Cerro Torre—once considered the most difficult mountain on earth, and still regarded as one of the loveliest. READ MORE 

Jon Krakauer

Author

Born in 1954, Jon Krakauer grew up in Corvallis, Oregon, where his father introduced him to mountaineering as an 8-year-old. After graduating from Hampshire College in 1976, Krakauer divided his time between Colorado, Alaska, and the Pacific Northwest, supporting himself primarily as a carpenter and commercial salmon fisherman. For the next two decades, however, his life revolved around climbing mountains. In 1977 he traveled alone to Alaska's Stikine Icecap, went three weeks without encountering another person, and ascended a previously unclimbed route on a huge, intimidating peak called The Devils Thumb. In 1992 he journeyed to Patagonia and climbed an ice-encrusted, mile-high spike of granite called Cerro Torre—once considered the most difficult mountain on earth, and still regarded as one of the loveliest. READ MORE 

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