This video is a teaser trailer for a new documentary entitled Colours of Edziza. The film follows a diverse team of friends and adventurers as they trek through a remote mountain range in the Tahitian First Nation region of British Columbia in Canada. This part of the world remains largely untouched by outside influences, and the team discovered a land that is as rugged, as it is beautiful. Along the way, they also discovered how to work together to overcome the challenges they faced on their traverse of two different mountain ranges.
The filmmakers for this amazing looking documentary are hoping to complete their project, and have launched an Indegogo campaign to raise the funds they need to finish the film. As I write this, they have raised about $10,000 CAD for the project, and are looking to get to $25,000 CAD. I think after watching the trailer, you’ll see that this is an interesting adventure doc that deserves to be seen. If you agree, perhaps you can help out a bit with their goal.
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2 thoughts on “Video: New Documentary to Take Viewers on Epic Traverse of Remote Canadian Mountain Range”
It;s just too bad the website http://www.coloursofadzizacampaign.com they show at the wend of the clip "cannot be found", so I cannot help then financially.
Try the links to the fund raiser campaign that I included in the post. They go straight to Indegogo, where you can help fund the project.
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