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“The Hollow Tree” DVD

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A group of specialists bands together to come up with a solution to a bizarre problem: how do you keep a thousand-year-old red cedar standing for another thousand years? This one-hour documentary premiered at the DOXA Film Festival in 2011. It won Best Documentary at the Yosemite Film Festival. It then went on to be broadcast on CBC’s Documentary Channel across Canada and on Knowledge Network in BC. This was Daniel J. Pierce’s and Ramshackle Pictures’ first long-form documentary and was funded with assistance from the Hollow Tree Conservation Society, the Vancouver Heritage Society and the National Film Board of Canada.

NOTE: This DVD is for personal use only. If you wish to license this film for your classroom or library, please visit Moving Images Distribution.

All taxes and shipping fees are included in the list price (shipping only available within Canada and the United States).

Length: 55 minutes

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A group of specialists bands together to come up with a solution to a bizarre problem: how do you keep a thousand-year-old red cedar standing for another thousand years? This one-hour documentary premiered at the DOXA Film Festival in 2011. It won Best Documentary at the Yosemite Film Festival. It then went on to be broadcast on CBC’s Documentary Channel across Canada and on Knowledge Network in BC. This was Daniel J. Pierce’s and Ramshackle Pictures’ first long-form documentary and was funded with assistance from the Hollow Tree Conservation Society, the Vancouver Heritage Society and the National Film Board of Canada.

NOTE: This DVD is for personal use only. If you wish to license this film for your classroom or library, please visit Moving Images Distribution.

All taxes and shipping fees are included in the list price (shipping only available within Canada and the United States).

Length: 55 minutes

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