Wednesday, November 09, 2011


“This movie is not one to miss.”
Kyle Empringham for World Wildlife Fund Canada Blog

Guided by passion and a determination to honor reality, Richard Boyce travels to the most remote corner of Vancouver Island, through some of the most intensive logging on the planet, into a wilderness that is on the brink of extinction. Massive trees, ranging in age between 1,200 years old and seedlings, thrive along the banks of an ancient river floodplain, which provides for diverse life forms in the temperate rainforest. This film is an evocative journey, contrasting forestry as practiced for ten thousand years by First Nation’s people with modern logging.

After a successful premier at the Vancouver International Film Festival this film will screen at the Montreal Documentary Film Festival, Whistler Film Festival, and at Errington Hall November 27, 2011.

For detailed information, upcoming events, and trailer visit: WWW.RAINFORESTMOVIE.CA

“Rainforest is a sumptuously filmed documentary of the ancient forest… I’m guessing you’ll enjoy this film immensely. It mixes gorgeous imagery with stories of the recent past that will horrify and excite you.”
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