IWFF 40

It has been 4 years since the idea for this documentary (The Forgotten Salmon) came to light, and we could not be happier to have the International Wildlife Film Festival be our final festival showing (for now).   In their 40th year we are honoured to be represented in the festival along side some other incredible filmmakers and legends like David Attenborough.

Our film will screen along side several other shorts at 4pm (MTZ) on Friday April 21st, 2017.

Two Nominations at Vancouver Web Fest 2017 for “The Forgotten Salmon”

We are extremely proud to announce that our film “The Forgotten Salmon” has been selected to screen at the 2017 Vancouver Web Fest and is up for two awards, Best Documentary and Best Screenplay.

We will post more information about screening times once we get them.

Congratulations to all the other nominees!  We look forward to seeing your great work and meeting some of you at the festival in March.

 

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CRUDE GOLD on VOD

 

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After a round of festivals in Latin America and Spain, Crude Gold by director Monica Gutierrez has now been picked up by Cinema Politica’s Video on Demand service. Launched in April 2016, the VOD features critically acclaimed and lesser-known hard-hitting political documentaries from around the world. We are really proud to be listed amongst amazing films, and encourage you to watch Crude Gold and many other inspiring films on this new service.

 

Check out Crude Gold: Gran Colombia Gold on the new releases list for Cinema Politica’s VOD page.

 

Great new series by Director Monica Gutierrez

Monica has been working on this series for the past year, making connections, partnerships and capturing a vitally important story along the way.  I am proud to be editor on the project and as always it was a pleasure working with someone so passionate about their work.

Take some time to watch the 5 part documentary series, Crude Gold, and learn about human rights violations surrounding resource extraction in Colombia.

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