Based on beautiful wildlife footage shot over a period of more than a year, this video brings the life of the graceful white-tailed deer onto the screen. In the process, it encourages viewers to think about the complex relationship between people, deer, and the natural habitat.

Franziska Von Rosen
City, Province
Lanark, ON

Producer and director, Pinegrove Productions. As a videographer, Franziska's particular interest has been for creating social and environmental documentaries, including, among others, "Jipuktewik Sipu" (1991, AMTEC award), "River of Fire: Celebration of Life" (1994) - screened at the Atlantic Film Festival (1995) and at the VITAS Film Festival at UCLA, Los Angeles (1995), "Deer at the Northern Limit" (1999) a two-part educational series, "The Return of the Wild Turkey" (in progress), and an experimental music video "Mi'kmwesu" (2000); screened at the One World Film Festival, Ottawa, 2000. Her latest challenge has been as story editor for "Getting Away with Murder" (2000), a documentary on the displaced peoples of Colombia, screened at the One World Film Festival, Ottawa, 2000.

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