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• Director / Cameraman / Editor of Documentary Films
• Awards for creative and interpretive approaches
• Commitment to biological and cultural diversity
• B.F.A. Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design
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Ed Carswell has been directing educational films for almost 30 years. Since graduating with a B.F.A. from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, in Vancouver, Ed has won several national and international awards for his creative and interpretive approaches. Ed has traveled extensively in developing countries and holds a deep commitment to issues surrounding biological and cultural diversity.
For the past 6 years Carswellfilm has worked closely with School District 48, 58 and 10 to create a variety of films for their Aboriginal Education programs. (K’omoks, Squamish, Lil’wat, Nlaka’pamux, Sinixt Nations)
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2019 - Learning Kwak’wala - 6 min.
2019 – 24 Hour Drum - Taking Action - 12 min.
2019 - Cooperativa - La Lucha Sigue - 40 min. Watch trailer
2019 - Ecology Transforms Youth - 38 min. Watch trailer
2018 - Our Language, Our Culture - 7 min. Watch film
2018 - Embracing Life - Pow Wow - 24 Hour Drum
2017 – 24 Hour Drum - Seeking Wisdom - 19 min. Watch film
2016 - Drumbeats & Dreams - Honouring Our Ancestors - 27 & 12 min. Watch film
2016 - Echoes of the Sinixt People - 10min. 2016 Watch film
2016 - Shared Drum, Shared Territory - 9 min. Watch film
2015 - 24 Hour Drum - Aboriginal Youth in Sea to Sky - 34 & 6 min. Watch film
2014 – Tribal Canoe Journey - 5 min. Watch film
2013 - Verna no.688 - Honouring Residential School Survivors - 16min. Watch film
2008 - Pacific Biological Station - 100th Anniversary - 24 min. A celebration of 100 years of scientific discovery and marine ecosystem management. Credits: Co-writer / Co-director / Videographer / Editor
2007 - Empowering Youth - 16 min. This video is a celebration of eco-leadership programs in 12 African countries. African youth tell their story while working in a wide variety of settings, including beekeeping in Kenya, hydroponic-organic gardening in Senegal, and eco-tours in South Africa. Credits: Co-writer / Co-producer / Director / Videographer / Editor. Festivals: World Community Traveling Film Festival (Canada) Watch film
2006 - Water on Tap - 7 min. Water shortages in Ghana, West Africa Watch film
2005 - Thirsty Planet - 27 min. Set in Ghana and Benin, West Africa, this video follows Canada World Youth participants as they work with local communities to create solar ovens for water pasteurization. Credits: Writer / Producer / Director / Videographer / Editor. Festivals: World Community Traveling Film Festival (Canada) (watch film)
2001 - Think Big - Protecting Natural Systems in the Rocky Mountains - 27 min. Our flamboyant host, Don Enright, leads us through the challenges facing environmentalists and conservation biologists in the Rocky Mountains. Credits: Writer / Producer / Director / Videographer / Editor (Avid Composer) / Illustrator.
1995 Cameraman / Editor - Canadian Airlines International (Calgary, Alberta) - Worked with various producers to complete airline promotion and employee training videos, including destination work in Canada, United States and Mexico
1988 - 95 Filmmaker, A/V Coordinator, Alberta Environmental Protection - wrote, directed, and edited educational films, videos, and laserdisc productions for three provincial parks in Kananaskis Country, Alberta.
- designed and maintained Visitor Center displays
- partnered with Parks Canada (Banff), Calgary Zoo, and Access Network (Calgary)
Cooperativa - La Lucha Sigue (40 min. 2019) Coffee Farmers and Cooperatives in Nicaragua.
Ecology Transforms Youth (35 min. 2019) On location at Oyster River, BC
Student PowWow Event - Lahal, Traditional Game - Merritt, BC
24 Hour Drum - Aboriginal Leadership Event - School District 48 - Sea to Sky
Burkina Faso - Empowering Youth - Canada World Youth production 2007
16mm Film Production in the 1980’s…and 1/2′ videotape (remember?)
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