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To the Ends of the Earth: Filmmaker One-on-One

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PostedJuly 3, 2015 by in International
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David Lavallee talks with fellow filmmaker and Common Sense Canadian publisher Damien Gillis about the former’s project, “To the Ends of the Earth”, which connects the dots between society’s hunger for energy and the new wave of extreme fossil fuel projects wreaking havoc around the world. The two discuss the challenges of making a film in remote locations and running a crowdfunder, which Lavallee is currently in the midst of doing to help him finish his film.

From battling the elements to being confronted by CSIS after filming with a drone at Kinder Morgan’s North Burnaby terminal, Lavallee – director of the acclaimed film “White Water, Black Gold” – describes the hurdles he’s had to surmount to bring his film to life.

To contribute to the crowdfunding campaign for “To the Ends of the Earth”, go to: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/to-the-ends-of-the-earth–3#/story

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  1.  
    Don F.

    Thanks Damien, very interesting and informative.





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