Spirits in the Wilderness raw: #12 Salmon Original

Raw footage for a documentary commissioned for the opening of the Shedd Aquarium's Oceanarium. Producer, director, and editor Judy Hoffman documents an aboriginal fisherman, Roy Cranmer, fighting to preserve the 'Namgis band's historic fishing grounds and land of origin while protecting the vibrant ecosystems and salmon populations that have sustained the Pacific Northwest Coast region for centuries. Also known by the anglicized name Nimpkish, the 'Namgis are part of the Kwakwaka'wakw (initially named the Kwakiut'l by Franz Boas) First Nation and have their homeland in what is now British Columbia, on the northern end of Vancouver Island. Hoffman has maintained a long relationship with the ‘Namgis band, having been adopted into the Cranmer family at the Cranmer potlatch in November 2017.

00:23Copy video clip URL Cleaning and repairing the Kitgora’s fishing nets.

01:48Copy video clip URL Another fishing crew cleans its net.

04:12Copy video clip URL Children swim at a nearby beach.

04:50Copy video clip URL Fishing boats rest at dock. B-roll footage of the Kitgora at dock.

10:47Copy video clip URL At the lake shore. Scenes of the water with the mountains in the background. Camera crew talks in the background.

15:56Copy video clip URL More B-roll footage of the lake and sighting of a crab. The documentary’s boom mic operator walks nearby.

17:43Copy video clip URL View of the Nimpkish river and the surrounding mountainous area. A cruise ship passes in the background.

24:59Copy video clip URL Fishing boats docked on the Nimpkish River.

26:46Copy video clip URL A forested wetland area, wild berries, a bumblebee, a dragonfly, dead trees whose limbs tower above.

29:19Copy video clip URL Color bars.

 

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