In the remote New Zealand countryside the underbelly of a farming community continues to pollute the water and destroy the last remaining natural values of the
Pahaoa River. Yet, not all is lost.
One farmer and his team of dogs challenge the status quo, battling against all odds to keep the river clean, protect the wildlife and to simply survive in this isolated and lawless land.
Best Film (Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2011) - Best Documentary (Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2011) - Best Direction (Telenatura Film Festival 2011) - Best Amateur Film (Telenatura Film Festival 2011) - Best New Zealand Film (Reel Earth Film Festival 2011) - Best Emerging Talent (Reel Earth Film Festival 2011) - Peoples Choice Award (Reel Earth Film Festival 2011) - Best New Zealand Emerging Filmmaker (Documentary Edge Festival 2012) - Honourable Mention: Best New Zealand Film (Documentary Edge Festival 2012) - Best Documentary (Good Dog Film Festival 2012)
There are 2 versions of the film one with an extended 'Epilogue'
The majority of the film was made in 2010.
James Muir continued work on the film through 2011 and completed the film for festival release in March 2011.
Documentary Film : 25' , HD - Available in EN / FR (other upon request)
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