Three locally-produced documentaries being screened at online film festival

Ed Homer's work featured in “Culture Unplugged”

Three documentaries produced by local filmmaker Edward Homer are currently screening to a global audience at the online film Festival “Culture Unplugged.”

Saving the Tsolum River, Coal Fever Vancouver Island and Living and Working in the Forest were selected for the festival. You will find links to the festival at Homer’s web sitecomoxvalleyartsandlife.com

Also the 29-part series Vancouver Island Chronicles that aired on CHEK TV is now available commercial free on YouTube.  You will find links at the website.  If you haven’t seen the series many of the episodes feature people making a positive contribution on Vancouver Island, including Adaptive Snow Sports on Mount Washington, MusicFest volunteers and the Salmon Festival in Campbell River.

 

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