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The River's Divide is an award winning documentary following Donnie Vincent on his two year bowhunting quest for a single whitetail buck notoriously nicknamed 'Steve'. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the North Dakota Badlands, an amazing story unfolds as Donnie experiences the highs and lows of chasing a single animal in the middle of the vast wilderness.
”It’s a film with a soul, something largely missing from TV/video/film coverage of blood sport.” - Field & Stream
“Mind-blowing. Mesmerizing. The production quality, story-telling style and cinematography is the best I’ve seen, anywhere.” - Patrick Meitin
”However, like all rivers it seems to ebb and flow; much like Donnie’s journey for ‘Steve’, much like life. Do yourself a favor, set aside some time, be patient, and watch The River’s Divide... it's worth every moment.” - Bowhunting.com
The River's Divide was named the Judge's Choice for "Best in Festival" at the 2013 Maine Outdoor Film Festival, selected to The River's Edge Film Festival in Kentucky, nominated for "Best Cinematography" at the Fargo International Film Festival and won best Dakota documentary at The South Dakota Film Festival. The film will also be airing on national television in the near future & is now available for purchase on DVD.
In an increasingly complex world where people struggle to identify with their passions, Jim Guffey of Perry, Kansas is the exception. As a conservationist, an ecologist, a traditionalist, a father, and of course a duck hunter, Jim has refined his love for the outdoors into a simple two part formula: Smoke & Feathers.
A story about nature, nurture, and the value of the moment, Jim's love for ducks and life inspired us at Rockhouse to tell his story in this film. A winner of the Excellence in Outdoor Cinematography Award at the South Dakota Film Festival, this piece hopefully transcends the outdoor space and serves as a reminder to us all the power we have to leave a positive legacy for ourselves, our family, and the world around us.