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The Nature of Maps to launch in spring 2017

Our short film The Nature of Maps, exploring the role of maps in wilderness conservation, is premiering at the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital in Spring of 2017! We had so much fun working in Patagonia with Marty Schnure and Ross Donihue of Maps for Good, as well as Kris Tompkins who spearheaded the creation…

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Guided premieres at Camden International Film Festival

We’re proud to finally see Guided up on the big screen after years of dedicated work on this project. Guided celebrates the wise and gentle spirit of Ray Reitze, a Maine wilderness guide who I have spent many years working with in the north Maine woods. Guided is now screening at film festivals nationwide. Click here…

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Growing Local: Seen Far and Wide

It’s hard to believe how well received this film has been in Maine and beyond. We have steady requests from people all over the country like this one: “What are the procedures to arrange a film screening of Growing Local in Memphis, TN? We are facing some tough pressure from local leaders and want to…

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Around the world with Middlebury changemakers

We’ve had Middlebury as an ongoing commercial client for a number of years, during which time we’ve produced online video content for lots of their different programs, from Bread Loaf School of English to the Language Schools and the new School of the Environment. In 2014, we were be commissioned to create a 15-minute short…

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Filming the Nature of Maps in Patagonia Park

Whilst shooting in Patagonia for Middlebury College, we spent extra time in Patagonia Park to build out the story of Midd alumnus Marty Schnure and Ross Donihue, National Geographic Young Explorers and the cartographers behind Maps for Good, a start up that creates maps and media to help organizations illustrate their conservation work. Being a…

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Growing Local short film series premieres at Camden International Film Festival

GROWING LOCAL PREMIERES September 28, 2014 5PM at the STRAND THEATRE with POST-SHOW PANEL DISCUSSION The locavore movement is old news. Growing Local takes the conversation to the next level. These three poignant vignettes make clear that small farms and access to locally produced food is not a sure thing. In Growing Local, we meet…

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Interview with Bridget featured on the Visual Story Lab blog

An interview with Bridget was recently featured on the Visual Story Lab blog, where she discusses how photographers can develop meaningful, effective relationships with nonprofits to help tell their stories. Read the interview below or check it out on the blog here. From the Vizcom blog at the Visual Story Lab Bridget Besaw has found…

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Seedlight takes on Banff Mountain Film Fest 2013

Powder-dusted peaks, knife edge ridges, arrestingly crisp mountain air – I’m not sure you could imagine a more inspiring setting for a film festival. I was lucky enough to fly the flag for Seedlight at this year’s Banff Mountain Film Festival last week in Banff as our film, El Campo es Vida, was selected as a finalist in the Mountain Culture category. We were so proud to bring Javier’s story all the way from a little valley in Patagonia to North American audiences and, judging by a full house of captivated viewers, we touched a heart or two in the process.

El Campo es Vida (The Country is Life) goes to Banff

We are excited to be invited to present our film at this year’s Banff Mountain Film Festival. Javier Vera is a unique young man living in Chilean Patagonia as an eco-tourism guide and gaucho. After a few weeks of work on the Patagonia Sur Valle California preserve in 2012, Dani and I realized Javier’s personal story might make an interesting piece.

A wander in the woods: the wild spirit project begins

Last week we headed off into the Northwoods of Maine with our fully expanded Seedlight production crew. Our intention was to document the wise and gentle spirit of wilderness guide Ray Reitze in his element amidst the whispering pines, singing crickets and croaking frogs.

Half the crew departed on Sunday afternoon with canoes and kayaks in tow for the seven hour drive to darn near the Canadian boarder. The other half of us skidded onto Round Pond by float plane with enough film and photo cameras and audio gear to nearly sink the plane. Once reunited we strapped all onto our backs for a short portage and then a long paddle with the wind against us through a string of remote streams that eventually connected us to our final destination: Poland Pond.

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