This is one of five shorts for Visit Seattle that appeared on Sundance TV as part of their Five By Five Project. Directed by Ian Cheney, this explores the relationship people have to the surrounding forest and the myriad things that are created out of the lumber. From wood carvings to totems to furniture and more. It's a great unconventional way to showcase a city. Rather than focusing on the usual sights, this film focuses on the creativity of the people who live there and their relationship to the land. It's quietly beautiful.

See the other films here:

Scent of a Sasquatch.
Taste
jimi could have fallen from the sky
All At Sea

Agency:
PB&

Visit Seattle Client:
Ali Daniels, VP/Marketing
Nick Hawley, Director of Marketing

Filmmakers:
Clea DuVall
Drew Christie
Ian Cheney
Martha Stephens
Terence Nance
Other:
Tim Perell, Executive Producer, Process Media
Katherine Dore, Executive Producer, SundanceTV
Liza Wyles, Senior Producer, SundanceTV
Crystal McIntosh, Production Supervisor, SundanceTV
Samantha Lee, Manager, Integrated Marketing, SundanceTV
Scott Fero, Creative
Steve Williams, Creative

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