2004 FESTIVAL 22 min. A stunning documentary of the natural and cultural history of the Olympic Mountains narrated by Native American actor Graham Greene.
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Entries by American Conservation Film Festival
2004 FESTIVAL 45 min. Join in a 5,000 mile mountain journey lead by Nick Baker (Bioblitz) along with bison, caribou, wolves, wolverines, grizzly bears, moose and more
2004 FESTIVAL 62 min. Explores the past fortunes and future hopes of the people of Newfoundland and Labrador and their intimate relationship with the sea.
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2004 FESTIVAL 11 min.
2004 FESTIVAL 52 min. The history of Appalachia is told by historians, writers, poets and musicians like Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Vince Gill, Allison Krauss and more.
2004 FESTIVAL 30 min. Academy Award winner for animation.
2004 FESTIVAL 31 min. 1938 Pulitzer Prize nominated documentary on the Mississippi River by West Virginia filmmaker, Pare Lorentz.
2004 FESTIVAL 93 min. In this Academy Award nominated film for Best Documentary, a family of herders in Mongolia’s Gobi desert faces a crisis when a mother camel unexpectedly rejects her newborn calf.
2004 FESTIVAL 62 min. Addresses the privatization of water on three continents.