From Indigenous led conservation efforts to global organizations, from planting a single tree in India to planting billions around the world, from rescuing Koalas in fire ravaged Australia to the rewilding of Scotland, from restoring watersheds to cleaning a beach and everything in between. We seek out those who encourage us to rethink how we live, how we eat, what we buy and how we move. From across the globe there are incredible people making a difference. We all need to see this, share it and let it inspire us as individuals, communities and organizations.
Despite the terrible tragedy of a global pandemic we are seeing what is possible - social distancing is a collaborative effort by everyone that truly benefits... everyone.
With climate change we are seeing almost daily news of superstorms, extreme wildfires and melting icecaps, the issues we face can be overwhelming.
Perhaps, through it all covid19 has better prepared us to work as one and finally eliminate the global threat of climate change. We can fix this!
Restoration is a three year global journey across 6 continents launching summer 2020. A key part of this project will be the production of a 4K feature documentary. We have a proven track record of producing feature length, story driven documentary films. Importantly our partners will gain access to professionally produced sharable content in the form of mini docs, vlogs, blogs, live updates, photos, video clips and special behind the scenes moments.
Our expertise is in filmmaking and we know that in some cases it will be best for us to stay out of the way and let the experts do their work while we simply roll the cameras and share their stories. Wherever and whenever possible we want to roll up our sleeves and get to work! We will help with any and all aspects of environmental restoration including wildlife rehabilitation and re-wilding efforts, planting trees, collecting seeds, preparing and cultivating land, cleaning beaches and harbours, teaching children, working, learning and sharing with local indigenous communities, restoring watersheds and ecosystems, transporting supplies, setting up camps and working with local conservation efforts. There are an almost infinite number of ways for us to help.
Restoration Planet will, through the use of our feature and short films, mini docs, video clips, photographs and blogs help to change or influence public opinions and attitudes. Ultimately this can lead to behavioural or policy change with respect to climate change and ecological restoration. Through our work we will increase and unite the number of voices working to stop climate change and restore the planet.
Deep in the Great Bear Rainforest, against the backdrop of British Columbia’s breathtaking wilderness, a former hunter comes to terms with his past and looks with hope towards the future. Way of the Hunter tells the compelling story of Robert Moberg, a hunter who’s traded his gun for a camera.
Written and directed by Robert Moberg, produced by Selwyn Jacob and executive produced by Shirley Vercruysse for the NFB’s BC and Yukon Studio.
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