Salmon Parks follows an Indigenous led plan to recover wild salmon and restore critical watersheds amidst the looming threat of industrial scale logging. The film reveals the fascinating interconnectedness between wild salmon and ancient forests while aiming to help secure the establishment of Salmon Parks in Mowachaht/Muchalaht and Nuchatlaht traditional territory, as a matter of Nuu-chah-nulth law, with recognition by federal and provincial governments.
Carter Kirilenko is a Vancouver-based, Canadian Film Director. With a focus on sharing stories of human resilience in the face of the climate crisis, his work brings audiences closer to the natural world through an authentic cinematic experience. His films such as "In Your Palm" (2020) and "Leuser: The Last Place on Earth" (2021) have screened at international venues and received awards at festivals across North America. Carter currently works for the documentary production unit at ReWild Africa.
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