When Elephants Were Young
86-minute documentary feature
Narrated by William Shatner, a young man and his young elephant street beg in gritty Bangkok amid the controversial elephant business that threatens their survival, until the opportunity comes to release the elephant to the wild.
For more information, visit whenelephantswereyoung.com
Return to the Forest
Return to the Forest is the heartfelt story of the Elephant Reintroduction Foundation and its mission to return captive Asian elephants back to the wild in Thailand, saving them from abuse, exploitation and extinction. Narrated by William Shatner.
For more information, visit worldelephantday.org/about/return-to-the-forest
15 x 30-minute television documentary series
DocJam is about two remote northern British Columbia communities and the people who call them home. DocJam was produced for Astral Media/Bell Media between 2010 & 2012 for the northern British Columbia CFTK & CJDC television markets.
Voices of the Chichinautzin
Produced for the United Nations University, this film follows the events related to the infamous Golf War of 1995, when the inhabitants of Chichinautzin joined forces to prevent the construction of a golf course that threatened the sustainability of the region’s natural resources. In June 2007, with the unfortunate violent death of Aldo Zamora, a member of the Tlahuican community, the problem of illegal logging was brought to light.
For more information, visit voices.unu.edu/en/home
Beluga Speaking Across Time
Produced as a Canadian-Finland treaty co-production for CBC's "The Nature of Things", YLE, and ARTE, Beluga Speaking Across Time reveals the elusive underwater world of the white beluga whale. On a spectacular journey through the remote regions of the Eastern Canadian Arctic, the White Sea, and Northwest Russia, the story follows Russian scientists and Inuit hunters to explore the beluga’s enigmatic behaviour and its unique relationship with Arctic people across time.
Maya Pedal Power
Produced for TV Asahi's famous Spaceship Earth environmental series and broadcast nationally in Japan, this documentary tells the story of a dedicated Mayan community in Guatemala that finds a unique way to create sustainable energy, by creating pedal power from old recycled bicycles sent from Canada.
HD series of shorts
A series of short, HD motion-control time-lapse vignettes of spectacular wilderness, captured with innovative solar-powered camera systems.
For the Love of Dolphins
50-minute television documentary
A retrospective, multi-award winning documentary produced by Patricia Sims for CityTV, CBC, about the issues of dolphin and orca captivity, featuring famed dolphin rights activist Ric O'Barry ("The Cove"), the late neuroscientist Dr. John C. Lilly, and hosted by the late Greenpeace founder Robert Hunter.