This environmental dance film takes you on a spiritual journey
into the majestic Headwaters Forest of Northern California.
Shot on location in old growth redwood forests, this multimedia
film combines dance, nature photography and original soundtrack
with interviews from leading forest activists compelling us
to reevaluate our relationship with nature.
David Brower Founder
of Earth Island Institute; former President of the Sierra
Club; lecturer and activist; author of Let the Mountains Talk,
Let the Rivers Run among countless other publications.
Fritjof Capra, Ph.D. Founding
Director of the Center for Ecoliteracy; physicist & systems
theorist; author of several international bestsellers, The
Tao of Physics, The Turning Point, Uncommon Wisdom and The
Web of Life, among others.
David Harris Writer,
activist and author of The Last Stand a novel based
on events surrounding the take-over of Pacific Lumber Company
by Maxxam Corporation and Charles Hurwitz.
Julia Butterfly Hill Focus
of more than a years worth of media coverage for her
uninterrupted tree-sit in an old growth redwood named Luna
located on Pacific Lumber Company land.
Agnes Patak Native American
activist and radio announcer in Humboldt County in Northern
feminist and peace activist; works with The Reclaiming Collective
which offers workshops and classes on public rituals in the
Goddess tradition. Author of The Spiral Dance: A Rebirth of
the Ancient Religion of the Great Goddess.
Tara L. Mueller Director
of The Biodiversity Legal Program, Environmental Law Foundation.
She has testified as an advocate for the Endangered Species
Act and has been published in legal magazine, The Recorder.