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North of Known
Sequoia 1Thu, May 11 9:00 PM
Two paragliders traverse the 500-mile Alaskan Ridge in this suspenseful adventure documentary. Ultimately it is the breathtaking HD footage above rugged glaciers and North America’s highest snowy peaks that is the star of this visual masterpiece.
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North of Known
Sequoia 2Fri, May 12 1:00 PM
Two paragliders traverse the 500-mile Alaskan Ridge in this suspenseful adventure documentary. Ultimately it is the breathtaking HD footage above rugged glaciers and North America’s highest snowy peaks that is the star of this visual masterpiece.
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North of Known
Rafael 1Sun, May 14 8:00 PM
Two paragliders traverse the 500-mile Alaskan Ridge in this suspenseful adventure documentary. Ultimately it is the breathtaking HD footage above rugged glaciers and North America’s highest snowy peaks that is the star of this visual masterpiece.
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Film Info
Country:US
Year:2016
Running Time:28 min.
Director:Jenny Nichols
Joe Riis
Producer:Arthur Middleton
Screenwriter:Jenny Nichols
Joe Riis
Cinematographer:Jenny Nichols
Joe Riis
Shane Moore
Skip Armstrong
Editor:Jenny Nichols
Description
For many of the elk herds that summer in Yellowstone National Park, home is outside the protected park boundaries the rest of the year.
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Jenny Nichols is a conservation filmmaker. She focuses on character-driven stories that connect audiences to science and conservation. Her films have screened nationally and internationally at film festivals such as Banff Mountain Film Festival, Telluride Mountainfilm, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival, DC Environmental Film Festival, National Geographic Short Film Showcase and beyond. She values multidisciplinary collaborations.

Joe Riis is a wildlife biologist turned wildlife photojournalist and cinematographer known for his pioneering documentation of animal migrations in the West. He is a National Geographic Magazine contributing photographer and Photography Fellow at the Wyoming Migration Initiative. Since 2009, he has worked on natural history photography assignments for National Geographic Magazine on five continents. His photographs have been exhibited widely and are included in private and public collections worldwide.