The National Parks Project, a collaborative, multimedia artwork involving 42 filmmakers and musicians, marks 100 years of Parks Canada
With stunning footage of rain-saturated, red-clay beaches in P.E.I., decaying totem poles in the Pacific rainforest and snow-etched limestone cliffs in Nunavut, these 13 short works are a constant reminder of how vast and beautiful our country is.
It's a happy coincidence that this collection premieres at Winnipeg's Cinematheque on Canada Day.)
But these aren't straight-up nature films.
Views of Kildonan Settlers bridge, Main Street and North Kildonan
Views of Route 90 and Portage Ave.
Views of Osborne, Confusion Corner, the Legislature and the Osborne Street bridge