This film explores the visual beauty of the Boreal forest landscape, but also delves into Ray Mears’ reflections on nature and his mastered skillset in bushcraft. Follow Ray Mears as he journeys into the heart of Wabakimi Provincial Park in Northern Ontario, Canada. _ _ _ _ _
WINNER - Best Canoeing Film, Reel Paddling Film Festival 2015
WINNER - Best Canoeing Film, Waterwalker Film Festival 2015 _ _ _ _ _ Director/DP: Goh Iromoto Original Music: Michael Hyer Sound Recordist: Kaydi Pyette Editor/colour: Goh Iromoto Assistant editor: Jason Kraus Motion designer: Jason Smith @ Upstate Post Re-recording mixer & sound editor: Joe Barrucco @ Timeline Audio
Logistical Coordinator: Steve Bruno
Location & Guide Support: Wabakimi Canoe Outfitters Bruce Hyer Margaret Wanlin Michael Hyer Brenda Zwicker Bert Zwicker Becky Mason
Special Thanks: Paul Pepe City of Thunder Bay Northwest Ontario Ontario Parks Rapid Media Scott MacGregor
This film was produced by Northwest Ontario & Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation.
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