Director/Editor/Cinematography: Clay Haskell
Client: Wade Davis, National Geographic
About this project
The great wilderness of British Columbia is one of the few remaining of it's kind in the world, and it's for sale. The Canadian government is selling the sub surface rights to the highest bidder and Shell industries has targeted the region for its precious reserves. Business as usual except for one small problem. A native tribe stands in the way, claiming their rights to the sacred headwaters that shell aims to frack. The film was made in support of the local tribe's campaign and help deliver a message that ultimately evicted SHELL oil industries from turning the sacred headwaters of British columbia into an industrial wasteland. Live to fight another day.