Nature Entwined is a visual love letter to womanhood and how it's intimately intertwined with the Squamish landscape.
The two cannot be considered separately.
CANADA | 2020
NATURE ENTWINED is a visual love letter to womanhood and how it is intimately connected with the Squamish landscape. Whether it's a newborn bonding with her mother, an animal lover coming of age, a sunset hike, or a morning ritual, the goal of this film is to celebrate the way that women spend time in nature, and show how we’re connected not only to the land – but to each other.
CAST (in order of appearance):
Tessa and Kezlyn Easthope
Amanda Palmer is a producer, director and photographer based in Squamish, BC. With 15 years of experience she has produced pieces for clients like The Globe and Mail, Best Buy, Shaw TV, and The YMCA. She recently produced, directed and hosted a documentary on salmon hatcheries for the David Suzuki Foundation.
Lauren Bridle is a Squamish based documentary filmmaker, audio producer and photographer. Her work tells unique stories about the environment and the people who use it. Lauren’s films have been shared at many festivals and events including the Planet in Focus International Environmental Film Festival, ReFrame Film Festival and Doors Open Toronto.Lauren’s upcoming web series “Underrated” highlights the importance of British Columbia’s most inspiring women who have been dedicating their time to breaking down barriers, building up our communities and bettering our planet.
Krista Rand has worked in Film and TV for over twelve years, strategically gaining experience on both sides of the camera. This year she was invited by the Whistler Film Festival (WFF) to partake in their Producers Lab to develop the feature film Re: Uniting (writer/director Laura Adkin). Krista has been selected to participate in the Power Pitch talent program with the same film. She co-produced David Ray's filmGrand Unified Theory which won the WFF Audience Choice Award for the Most Popular Canadian Film in 2016.
Savanna is a multi-disciplinary artist who weaves the mediums of voice, dance, poetry and music composition into the world around her. She trusts in the therapeutic qualities of the expressive arts and the mind-heart-body connection. She works with womxn and youth to assist them in connecting deeply with their body, inner power and creative capacities. Savanna was born and raised in the Sea to Sky and is humbled to reside and create on the unceded territory of the Skwxwú7mesh nation.