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05.28.13 : It's been quite a ride since our big premiere for Out of the Mist in early Dec, 2012 when we had to open a second venue that night to accommodate everyone who attended. We continue to draw standing room only crowds at our screenings, and DVD sales are going really well, too. We feel both humbled and very grateful that so many people are still digging our latest film. Thanks to everyone!

5.27.13 : After a full house at the historic Rose Theatre in Port Townsend on April 28, and having to turn some people away, the organizers asked if we could come back for an encore. We thought hmmm, not sure we can fill that place again...but yeah we'd give it a try. As of today, only 45 advance tickets are left. The encore show is Jun 22. Find the details here. We recently had a full house at Meaningful Movies in Seattle, too.

05.27.13 : Robert will be presenting a workshop about shooting video in the backcountry...in particular, filming our most recent feature Out of the Mist...at the upcoming Gearup Expo in Everett on Sat, Jun 1 at noon. He'll be bringing along his cameras, plus his glidetrack and steadycam to talk about the challenges of using these in the field; plus, how to travel in the wilderness with minimal impact and capturing wildlife encounters on video.

05.24.13 : Meaningful Movies is sponsoring a special program from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM at the Keystone Congregational United Church of Christ, 5019 Keystone Place N, in the Wallingford District. Admission is free and open to the public. The screening will be followed by an open and meaningful discussion about WOC and other current environmental issues on the Olympic Peninsula. We hope to be there, too.

02.10.13 : We've been screening Mist to standing room only crowds ever since the premiere in Dec.DVD sales are brisk too. We want to thank everyone who has supported us over the past few months by sponsoring our screenings, and esp our inspiring storytellers...Dave, Harvest, Dane and Tim...without whom there wouldn't be an Out of the Mist. We love you guys! Our next big screenings are in April. The venues rock and both are benefits for two worthy causes...the Olympic Mountain Rescue at the Admiral Theatre in Bremerton, and the Wild Olympics Campaign at the historic Rose Theatre in Port Townsend. Details in the News & Events page.

02.07.13 : Robert and Annastasia, our talented composer, were interviewed on KBTC's Northwest Now tonight about the making of Out of the Mist. Thanks so much to Tom Layson for having us! If you missed...no worries...you can still watch the interview and see a few clips here

Out of the Mist

Out of the Mist ~ Olympic Wilderness Stories

Witness the magic of the wild Olympics through their eyes!

A film chronicling the life experiences of four individuals who share their deep love and respect for the Olympics. The scenery is stunning…their stories are inspiring. Filmed over several years of hiking and backpacking in some of the most unique and remote wilderness areas of the Olympics.

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The Irate Birdwatcher

The Irate Birdwatcher

Preservation of wilderness is not a simple matter...

It's all about wilderness preservation … told in the inspiring words of Harvey Manning – the irate birdwatcher. Follow the legendary Northwest writer and conservationist as he discovers the beauty of Washington’s wildest places, and the need to stand up and fight for their very survival.

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Below the Clouds / Rainier Impressions

Four years of filming brings this extraordinary vision of Mount Rainier to life.

This film is a personal journey to discover Rainier,"The Mountain." It is an intimate portrait of a unique mountain painted with stunning imagery and an inspiring original score by Northwest talent Annastasia Workman.

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See Kyle Miller Live HIs Dream

I've actually been a ski bum now for 10 years...yeah don't ask how that happened...I just fell in love with it and I found the means.
– Splitboard Mountaineer Kyle Miller | website

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