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Limestone has been the lifeblood of Texada Island (population 800) for generations, But shifting forces in the global supply chain are causing everything in this tiny community to change. In this immersive portrait of canada's only industrialized Gulf Island, a remote community confronts its uncertain future.


SELECTION OF RESEARCH FOOTAGE STILLS

(originalS ARE FILMED in 360˚ 3D at 6k)


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SELECTION OF RESEARCH STILL PHOTOGRAPHS


 

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ABOUT THE MAKERS


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 JOSEPHINE ANDERSON  |  CO-CREATOR  JOSEPHINE ANDERSON is a documentary filmmaker and interactive director based in Vancouver whose work explores subjectivity and time. Josephine is an alumna of Berlinale Talent Campus and the Canadian Film Centre, where she was a resident with the prestigious NFB/CFC Creative Doc Lab. She has been awarded multiple prizes for her work, including Capilano University’s One to Watch award, honouring alumni who have distinguished themselves early in their careers. Josephine’s interactive documentary, The Sticking Place, was recognized as an official Webby Award Honoree, won two Pixel Awards, and was nominated for a Digi Award. Her short documentary, The Third Movement, premiered at DOXA Documentary Film Festival and was awarded the Prize for Best Short Documentary at CineMuskoka World Film Festival. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of British Columbia, and graduated from Capilano University’s Documentary Film program. Josephine currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Documentary Organization of Canada.

JOSEPHINE ANDERSON  |  CO-CREATOR

JOSEPHINE ANDERSON is a documentary filmmaker and interactive director based in Vancouver whose work explores subjectivity and time. Josephine is an alumna of Berlinale Talent Campus and the Canadian Film Centre, where she was a resident with the prestigious NFB/CFC Creative Doc Lab. She has been awarded multiple prizes for her work, including Capilano University’s One to Watch award, honouring alumni who have distinguished themselves early in their careers. Josephine’s interactive documentary, The Sticking Place, was recognized as an official Webby Award Honoree, won two Pixel Awards, and was nominated for a Digi Award. Her short documentary, The Third Movement, premiered at DOXA Documentary Film Festival and was awarded the Prize for Best Short Documentary at CineMuskoka World Film Festival. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of British Columbia, and graduated from Capilano University’s Documentary Film program. Josephine currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Documentary Organization of Canada.

 CLAIRE SANFORD  |  CO-CREATOR  CLAIRE SANFORD is a documentary filmmaker and cinematographer who focusses on visually stunning, human-centred stories exploring environmental themes and audio experimentation. Originally from Texada Island on the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada, Claire grew up immersed in nature and became versed in the quiet art of observation. She earned her BFA in Film Production from the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. In 2016, she was selected for the prestigious Redford Centre Award for her forthcoming documentary,  Hwangsa . In 2014, Claire was selected as a fellow of the prestigious Hot Docs Accelerator mentorship program. She is currently based in Montreal where she works as a cinematographer, producer and director on projects across North America, Europe and Asia.

CLAIRE SANFORD  |  CO-CREATOR

CLAIRE SANFORD is a documentary filmmaker and cinematographer who focusses on visually stunning, human-centred stories exploring environmental themes and audio experimentation. Originally from Texada Island on the West Coast of British Columbia, Canada, Claire grew up immersed in nature and became versed in the quiet art of observation. She earned her BFA in Film Production from the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver. In 2016, she was selected for the prestigious Redford Centre Award for her forthcoming documentary, Hwangsa. In 2014, Claire was selected as a fellow of the prestigious Hot Docs Accelerator mentorship program. She is currently based in Montreal where she works as a cinematographer, producer and director on projects across North America, Europe and Asia.