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Ed Carswell

• Director / Cinematographer / Editor 

• Awards for creative and interpretive approaches

• Commitment to biological and cultural diversity

• B.F.A. Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design

Ed Carswell has been directing educational films for 30 years and has traveled extensively in developing countries. He holds a deep commitment to issues surrounding biological and cultural diversity.  

Since 2015, Carswellfilm has worked closely with School Districts and First Nations to create a variety of films.

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FILMOGRAPHY

2020 –  Yalis Rising  (28 min.)

2019 - Cooperativa - La Lucha Sigue  (40 min.)

2019 - Ecology Transforms Youth  (38 min.) 

2019 - Learning Kwak’wala  (6 min.)

2019 – 24 Hour Drum - Taking Action  (12 min.)

2018 - Our Language, Our Culture  (7 min.) 

2018 - Embracing Life - 24 Hour Drum Pow Wow  (9 min.)  

2017  – 24 Hour Drum - Seeking Wisdom  (19 min.)  

2016  - Drumbeats & Dreams  (27 min.)  

2016 - Shared Drum, Shared Territory  (9 min.)  

2015  - 24 Hr Drum - Aboriginal Youth in Sea to Sky (34 min.)

2014  – Tribal Canoe Journey - 5 min.  

2013  -  Verna no.688 - Honouring Residential School Survivors  - 16min. 

2008  -  Pacific Biological Station - 100th Anniversary - 24 min. 

2007  -  Empowering Youth - 16 min.   

2006  - Water on Tap - 7 min.

2005  - Thirsty Planet - 27 min.  

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)

A SneakPeek to the 90's

Dr. G. O. Morph - An interactive Geology Program

Think Big (2000)

Protecting Natural Systems in the Rocky Mountains

Bow Valley - A Very Special Place

Alberta Special Places 2000 Nomination Film

Himalaya South (2002)

Celebrating the cultural diversity of India and Nepal

~ Biodiversity ~ Cultural Diversity