SMALL FOOTPRINTS: CRAFTING AN ECO-LODGE IN WILD ALASKA Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from March 2021 ENVIRONMENTAL Film Festival
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Directed by James Daggett
In 2008, a sustainable development project began in the middle of the Kenai Fjords of Alaska, 3 hours by boat from the nearest port of civlization. Told from the points of view of crew members, project coordinators and the Native Alaskan corporation that owns the land itself, the film is both a celebration of and a blueprint for sustainable construction, as well as an exciting battle against time and the elements deep within wild Alaska.
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