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The Pristine Coast trace’s salmon farming’s trail of broken promises, environmental threats. (via

Talking salmon and sustainability with The Pristine Coast’s Scott Renyard. (via

Pristine Coast doc Reveals surprising, untold history of salmon farms. (via

VIFF: The Pristine Coast examines the history of BC fish farms. (via

Alexandra Morton surveys Sockeye die off in the film The Pristine Coast. (via

VIFF: Sockeye slime convinces fisherman to turn the camera on fish farms. (via

Pristine Coast and Men who would befoul. (via

Six Doc’s vie for VIFF’s first IMPACT Award. (via

The Vancouver International Film Festival makes The Pristine Coast an Official Selection. (via

The Pristine Coast to Premiere at the Vancouver International Film Festival September 27, 2014.

The Pristine Coast is nominated for the VIFF Impact Award.

Juggernaut Pictures completes remastering of Dick Harvey’s “Living River” and “Indian Food Fishing on the Fraser River”.

The Pristine Coast part of the VIFF BC spotlight. – (10.04.09)

Canadian Short Keeps Racking Up Honours

CanWest News Service – (07.05.08)

From fringe to green phenomenon: The bloom of the enviro film

Vancouver Sun – (01.12.07)

Whistler hosts ‘the next Sundance’ film festival

Vancouver Courier – (03.10.07)

Extramarital affairs, baffled loggers, jazz junkies, global economics

Vancouver Sun – (07.10.07)

BC filmmaker explores the big tree picture

The Georgia Straight – (13.09.07)

Cool green flickers on-screen