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One of the more interesting stories of Northwest environmental activism is coming to the Northwest Film Forum in Seattle on February 27/28.
John Vaillant’s gripping 2006 book The Golden Spruce, which documents Canadian logger Grand Hadwin’s transformation from timber cruiser at industry giant MacMillan Bloedel to radical environmental activist fighting the deforestation of B.C., has been made into a film by Sasha Snow. Hadwin’s Judgement has already racked up a shelf of awards since premiering at Banff in November.
The film is part of a mini Logger’s Delight series at Northwest Film Forum.
Watch the trailer
Film web site