Butterfly (2000 film)
|Directed by||Doug Wolens|
|Produced by||Doug Wolens|
|Starring||Julia Butterfly Hill
|Edited by||Zack Bennett
Butterfly, which first aired on public television in 2000, is a documentary film directed by Doug Wolens about the environmental heroine and tree sitter Julia Butterfly Hill who gained the attention of the world for her two-year vigil 180 feet atop Luna, an ancient redwood tree preventing it from being clear-cut.
- Julia Hill acts as herself
- The Legacy of Luna, Hill's memoir, and its film adaptation
- Salter, Stephanie (December 3, 2000). "Attack on Luna Another Test for Julia Butterfly Hill". San Francisco Chronicle. Archived from the original on 2013-06-18.
- "POV - Butterfly film description". PBS. June 30, 2000.
- Cutler, Jacqueline (June 16, 2000). "P.O.V. chronicles woman's crusade to save a tree". The Union Democrat.
- Williams, Wendy J. (June 20, 2000). "Television; `Tree Girl' branches out in `Butterfly'". Boston Herald.
- Petrakis, John (April 6, 2001). "'Butterfly' Documentary". Chicago Tribune.
- Official website
- Butterfly at the Internet Movie Database
- P.O.V. Butterfly - PBS's site dedicated to the film
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