Journal Of Mountain Hunting / Monashee MediaReleased 2021 Throughout North America, a hunter’s first buck often represents a right of passage — for many, it is a modern coming of age story. The passing of knowledge from generation to generation, securing food for the...
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The Wind & The Wolves – Trailer
The Wind & The Wolves – Trailer
Featured Project: Transmission
It’s hard for us to imagine the majesty of the Canadian west without conjuring the image of wild sheep on a lonely mountainside. But today, in British Columbia, the last of our wild sheep are slipping away. Although habitat loss has changed the face of wildlife around the world, Canadian wild sheep are dying – whole herds at a time – from a disease.
It’s called MOVI, and there is no cure. No vaccine. But there are a handful of dedicated individuals doing all they can to ‘flatten the curve’, and save our wild sheep – one of this country’s most important indicator species.
So far, the common method of dealing with MOVI is to capture, test, and cull – on the spot – all positive wild animals. This film begins out in the field on one such capture and cull operation. It’s difficult work – both physically and emotionally – and that’s precisely what’s driving team leader and top wildlife vet, Helen Schantje to consider a revolutionary approach to saving these sheep.
This is a story from the front lines of conservation. Disturbingly similar to the on-going human pandemic, this is a film about hard choices, sacrifices, scientific breakthroughs, heartbreak, and above all, hope – not just for wild sheep, but for the future of all our wild places.
Fishing BCMultiple Releases 2017 through current Since 2017 we've been working with Fishing BC to tell the stories of what makes British Columbia such a unique, rich, and diverse fishing destination. Fishing BC is a marketing initiative launched under a partnership...
Wild OriginsReleased 2020 Paul Moran is known mostly for his work as a chef, having worked at some of the world's most celebrated restaurants, and being named Top Chef Canada in 2019. We had gotten to know Paul (and his insanely delicious food) during his time as...
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