The 12 times award winning film River Dog was called a 'Cult Movie' by 60 Minutes. One man and his team of working dogs take a stand against the oppressive farming methods of their neighbours.
As Grant tries to keep his land and the river clean and healthy, the farmers around him destroy the river.
This is the story of his struggle to make his voice heard in this lonely and isolated land.
Featuring music by two of New Zealand's best artists 'Little Bushman' and 'The Eastern'. This film is a poetic journey of life and landscape, love and care for the environment in which we live.
A visually stunning engagement with a land and a people in peril. As New Zealanders struggle to come to terms with the "Clean Green" image that is a facade of their identity.