There are many great places along the Bay of Fundy to experience the worldʼs highest tides, but perhaps no better place then Goose River. Exploring the intertidal ecosystem where the estuaryʼs fortified rock bluffs meet the sea floor can build great appreciation for the tidesʼ range. This video flies through that six hour tidal process in a matter of seconds, defining what Amazing Places are all about. This eco system is also home to the worlds oldest living red spruce, and this short nature documentary introduces viewers to this ancient tree.
This film was produced by VIDEOBAND and commissioned by the UNESCO designated Fundy Biosphere. It was funded by Mountain Equipment Co-op and Parks Canada, with in-kind support from Dr. Ian Mauro, Mount Alison University and The Postman Post Production Studio.
Directors: Ben Phillips & Craig Norris
Writer: Ben Phillips
Producers: Ben Phillips & Craig Norris
Executive Producer: Ben Phillips & Craig Norris
Director of Photography: Craig Norris
Editor: Craig Norris
Music: Brad Perry
Field Sound: Ben Phillips
Voice Over Recording: Marc Landry
Voice Over: Amy Stone
Camera Operator: Craig Norris
Graphic Design: Alan White
Animations: Blake Stilwell
Mix & Mastering: Marc Landry
Colour Correction: Craig Norris
Special thanks to Mountain Equipment Co-op, Dr. Ian Mauro, Mount Alison University, The Postman Post Production Studio, and Parks Canada.
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