Always though with the same goal, to kill Steve. Rather than showing kill after kill after kill, this film instead focuses on one man and one deer. The hunt for Steve is a story worth telling, and lucky for us, it was told by a damn good story telling crew. What many films gloss over is the animal, their behavior and habits while focusing solely on the hunter. On the expedition into the remote wilds, in the land where seemingly nothing lives, he finds a wilderness that is all his own. They are amazing, beautiful creatures that are seemingly always moving just out of range or making stalks difficult. Subscribe to the newsletter to receive updates about The River's Divide.
In the film Donnie is on the hunt for a very unique subspecies of Caribou, the Woodland Caribou that thrive on the island. For more information about the film visit:. I came across a number of months ago and have been following his films closely. He does an amazing job writing beautiful music that perfectly accompanies the narrative and scenery. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the North Dakota Badlands, an amazing story unfolds as Donnie experiences the highs and lows of chasing a single animal in the middle of the vast wilderness. Epic scenery, gorgeous camera work and music that seems to draw you into the wild with Donnie makes for a film that is completely engaging. Could someone make an argument that one of these advantages or others in fact make them a more ethical hunter? As hunters we are always trying to find more thoughtful and effective ways to articulate what we do, why we do it, and maybe most importantly, what it means to us.
Brought to you by the producers of the award winning documentary, The River's Divide, Terra Nova: Three Days on the Island is the second film in the new adventure series featuring Donnie Vincent. Because to him, this is all a story. His work took him to Bangladesh and Nepal, where he studied Bengal Tigers. When research projects would come to an end, he'd fly to the Arctic Circle and chase Caribou with his bow. Where To See it If you want to see this film for yourself, you have a couple options. This film was excellent… and then some fool goes and shoots a lion over bait… or, as in Idaho, hunters thinking of themselves and not the overall ecosystem vote to cull wolves mainly because hunters want to take more elk—and then in circular logic pat themselves on the back for controlling the elk population. The premier example of explorer, biologist, conservationist and sportsman, Donnie takes a wider view of the topics he tackles while in the field.
He's kept pretty busy chasing wild creatures in extraordinarily wild places. Steve was a whitetail deer, living in the Badlands of North Dakota, who sported a a giant, ivory rack. Production As important as a relatable and exciting story is, the production and execution of a creative plan is key to producing a film that captivates an audience. And night after night, his eyes would flit over the pages of Jack O'Connor's stories, burning into his impressionable memory the images of horse pack trains and hunters taping out ram horns by lantern light. The crew at Sicmanta delivers another beautifully told story. .
Walk alongside Donnie on the island of Newfoundland as he navigates through forests and across bogs in search of a woodland caribou. Donnie and his team are ever striving to produce ground-breaking imagery and hunt stories that swell the heart and flood the arteries. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the North Dakota Badlands, an amazing story unfolds as Donnie experiences the highs and lows of chasing a single animal in the middle of the vast wilderness. Donnie poignantly explains to viewers the simultaneous simplicity and profundity in hunting. When I was a kid, it was literally all I ever thought about. As you can guess from the trailer the scenery and cinematography are amazing.
For example, people might tell me that a fancy sight on my bow is an unfair advantage. All you have to do is get to Las Vegas on April 11th. He posted a picture with Eli Tomac at the Washougal Outdoor National in Washington. As many of you know, I have begun to immerse myself more deeply in the world of hunting. What I love about this film is how much camera time the caribou get. This is a man who has truly immersed himself in the connection with nature and is one of the leading voices and champions of sustainable and ethical hunting.
We should have learned by now the dangers in dismissing the role of predators on the landscape whether wolves, cougars, bears, etc. So it was only natural he'd stake his own claim to a life of adventure. That being said, the highlight of this film really is the story itself. Today, Donnie announces an all-new website with more options for purchasing and watching his adventure films and. I say that it allows me to dial that sight to the exact yardage that I find an animal from me, thus ensuring that my shot is placed as perfectly as possible, an important ethical principle of mine.
The best way to do that was with a Wildlife Biology degree. Tonight, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Marjorie and getting the chance to watch this full length feature film on a sneak preview. And as one door closes another one is bound to open. This one does a wonderful job of showing the depth with which hunters think about and experience in the natural world and our place in it. Discover related celebrities and other trending stories below. You can head to to learn more, watch a film from our last event, and get registered.