The White-Throated Sparrow Project, produced and directed by Tiffany Deater is an official selection to the 2018 WCFF.
SYNOPSIS: For the past 30 years a team of researchers led by the late Dr. Elaina Tuttle and her partner Dr. Rusty Gonser have studied the lives and behaviors of white-throated sparrows at a remote biology station located in the Cranberry Lake region of the Adirondacks. Their research has provided insight into the otherwise hidden lives of one of North America’s favorite migratory song birds. This documentary follows the evolution of The White-Throated Sparrow Project from its early stages in 1988 to the current research being conducted by PhD Student from Indiana State University.
WCFF mission is to inform, engage and inspire wildlife conservation through the power of film. Join us for our eight year anniversary October 18-28, 2018. Ten days with over 100 documentary films screened, many World and North America premieres. Panel discussions, receptions, field trips, networking, virtual reality/360 and more. All Access Film Festival passes are available now for purchase: wcff.org/nyc-festival-2018/
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