Poster of a raccoon on the shore of a river serves as a link to the Living River film page

Living River

Synopsis

This marvellous short documentary was directed by the late Dick Harvey and narrated by the renowned naturalist Roderick Haig-Brown. This was one of the first attempts to make an environmental film in British Columbia and it follows the interconnections of animals, plants, birds, and fish that depend on a wild British Columbia river. This film has historical significance and was digitally remastered by Juggernaut Pictures in 2014.

The Filmmakers

QUALICUM FILMS and JUGGERNAUT PICTURES presents a DICK HARVEY documentary "LIVING RIVER" directed, produced, cinematography, and edited by DICK HARVEY executive produced (2014 remastering) by SCOTT RENYARD, CRAIG BERGOLD, and TERESA MARSHALL music composed by DOUG PARKER narrated by RODERICK HAIG-BROWN