Bury Me in Redwood Country
|Bury Me in Redwood Country|
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|Directed by||Benjamin Greené and Benj Cameron|
|Music by||Johannes Ockeghem's Missa Caput performed by Grain de la Voix|
Bury Me in Redwood Country is a 2009 documentary film about the Redwood forest landscape. It is a meditative look at the tallest and largest trees on the planet, offering a reverential perspective that approaches the ecstatic. The film includes interviews with Redwoods experts, foresters, conservationists, native basketweavers, rangers and naturalists, including Steve Sillet and Michael Taylor. The project encapsulated a year of shooting in diverse locations in Redwood National and State Parks, Humboldt Redwoods State Park, Montgomery Woods State Reserve, Sequoia National Park, and others.
- Opening Night Film, Northwest Projections Film Festival, Bellingham, WA
- Feature, Local Sightings Film Festival, Seattle, WA
- Bainbridge Performing Arts, Bainbridge Island, WA
- Vashon Theatre, Vashon Island, WA
- Brown Bag Lunch, Redwood National Park, Orick, CA
- DOCTOBER, Pickford Film Center, Bellingham, WA
- Wild Rivers 101 Film Festival, Arcata, CA
- Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA
- Sequoia sempervirens
- Sequoiadendron giganteum
- Sequoia (genus)
- Redwood National and State Parks
- Sequoia National Park
- Kings Canyon National Park
- Yosemite National Park
- Calaveras Big Trees State Park
- An Island filmmaker captures the beauty of ancient trees. Vashon Beachcomber.
- Bainbridge filmmakers think big. Bainbridge Island Review.
- ‘Bury Me in Redwood Country’ a ‘meditative experience’. North Kitsap Herald.
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