Trailer for - Way of the Hunter - written and directed by Robert E Moberg. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.
Deep in the Great Bear Rainforest, against the backdrop of British Columbia’s breathtaking wilderness, a former hunter comes to terms with his past and looks with hope towards the future. Exploring one man’s evolving relationship with the natural world, Way of the Hunter tells the compelling story of Robert Moberg, a hunter who’s traded his gun for a camera.
Turning away from the hunting lifestyle he’d always known, Robert had taken to trolling trophy hunters on social media. But as the toxicity of his actions began to catch up with him, Robert reached out to eco-wilderness guide Mike Willie of the Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw First Nation—who’d made national news in 2015 for convincing a sportsman to call off a grizzly hunt. These two men from different cultures gradually develop a friendship, and on a wildlife-viewing trip deep into the rainforest, they discuss their love of the land and their hopes for a peaceful coexistence with all who live on it.
Way of the Hunter is produced by Selwyn Jacob and executive produced by Shirley Vercruysse for the NFB’s BC and Yukon Studio.
Rick Hansen weaves the incredible 150 year lifespan of an individual Sturgeon into a timeline that marks key milestones in our 150 year history as a nation. We follow Rick’s inspiring conservation efforts as he captains his boat up the mighty Fraser River in search of the legendary fish. On the scenic waters of this iconic river Rick shares very personal, life changing moments from his childhood and adult life. The film highlights the astonishing changes in our world during the lifespan of an individual Sturgeon — a creature of legend, hidden in the murky depths of the Fraser river. A ghost in the water… a giant among us.
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