Canadian Geographic covers our Mt. Edziza expedition

by Thomas Hall, Canadian Geographic “Mount Edziza (ED-z-eye-ZA) sits in the heart of the Tahltan First Nation, about a 19-hour drive north of Vancouver, British Columbia. Shaped by volcanic activity, the landscape is dotted with scree the colours of a well-stocked shelf of Indian spices, making it look more like Mars than Canada. But for […]

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Curtis Rattray on Roundhouse Radio

Tahltan leader, Curtis Rattray, on Sense of Place, Roundhouse Radio in Vancouver, sharing his views on the importance of indigenous leadership and our experiences traversing Spectrum Range and Mt. Edziza…”My belief system is that the land has a spirit. We are making a connection with that spirit and you need to learn how to respect that […]

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Colours of Edziza returns to Vancouver

Here’s to all Vancouverites! If you haven’t had a chance to see Colours of Edziza yet, here it is! Returning to Vancouver January 14th for the first time since making the round at film festivals worldwide. And the evening includes a powerful line up, including special guests Tzeporah Berman, Arek Saczuk, Thomas Beckman and more…get more info and […]

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Colours of Edziza screens at Kathmandu International Mountain Film Festival

KIMFF, the only festival of its kind east of Suez, brings to Kathmandu Valley some of the most recent and exciting films about mountains, mountain environment, mountain cultures and communities from various corners of the world. KIMFF screens films produced during the last three years and features discussion forums, on-demand screenings, as well as exhibitions […]

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We’re heading to Milan!

November in Milan anyone? We’re super stoked that Colours of Edziza is an official selection at International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema MILAN 2015, screening Nov 6. We’re even more excited that we got nominated in three categories: Best Editing of a Documentary, Best Director of a Short Documentary, Scientific and Educational Award!! Go team!

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Colours of Edziza screens at Pakistan International Mountain Film Festival

Pakistan is blessed with one of the most unique mountain ranges in the world. It has the highest mountains, longest glaciers, fantastic mountain valleys, cultures and communities that border on the mythical. But, what it didn’t have until this year is an international mountain film festival – a festival to showcase the grandeur and potential of the Pakistan mountains […]

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Colours of Edziza Wins Award in Best Shorts Film Competition

We’ve won our first international competition award! Colours of Edziza (CANADA 2015) won the Award of Merit for documentary film from the international Best Shorts Film Competition in California. This one’s for Matt Miles and Thomas Beckman for bringing the “notable artistic and technical productions” chops that got us this award!! The Best Shorts Competition recognizes film, television, videography and […]

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Northword: Curtis Rattray on Tahltan Outdoor Leadership Program

Excerpt from Northword.ca – Leadership Development on the Land It was more than a decade ago that I was backpacking in the remote and isolated Spatsizi in the heat of the day and the weight of the pack was taking its toll. My mind drifted off to another place and out of the corner of […]

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Colours of Edziza in the News

Vancity Buzz – Sons of Granville Musician Creates Score for Colours of Edziza  The Ubyssey – Alumnus and musician composes soundtrack for Colours of Edziza Vancity Buzz – Adventure Documentary “Colours of Edziza” shares message of respect Vancouver Courier – Trek Coloured by Northern Wilderness Huffington Post – Learning Respect in the Tahltan Lands of Northern […]

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Audience Address from Tamara Skubovius, Expedition Artist

I believe art (film included) creates change and can cause a paradigm shift for how society views culture and land politics. Along with needing to visit this spectacular landscape, living out this shift was my motivation to collaborate on Colours of Edziza and why I went on this journey with Mike, Chantal, Curtis, Bo, Matt […]

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