Vancouver's infamous Stanley Park Hollow Tree is an ancient Red Cedar that has become a photographic icon of the city. When the Parks Board deems the old snag a safety hazard and votes to cut it down, a team of specialists unite to save the Hollow Tree from gravity, decay, and the chainsaws of bureaucracy. This one-hour documentary premiered at the DOXA Film Festival (2011) and was broadcast on CBC's Documentary Channel and Knowledge.
a Ramshackle Picture.
produced with assistance from
The Stanley Park Hollow Tree Conservation Society
The Heritage Vancouver Society
The National Film Board of Canada
executive producer Raymond Massey
co-producer David Sanderson
a film by Daniel J. Pierce
director . producer . editor