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Way of the Hunter

Robert Moberg
2018 | 16 min 04 s

Selections and Awards

  • Official SelectionWhistler Film Festival 2018

  • Official SelectionYorkton Film Festival 2019

  • Official SelectionVancouver International Mountain Film Festival 2019


Short Synopsis


Director's Statement

Excerpts

Images

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Director Robert Moberg walking in the forests outside of his current home in Williams Lake, British Columbia.
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Director Robert Moberg (centre) was raised on a small farm in the Rocky Mountains where his father ran a small saw mill, and hunting for sustenance was a way of life.
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Director of the National Film Board of Canada's Way of the Hunter, Robert Moberg.
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Director Robert Moberg and Mike Willie, eco-wilderness guide from the Musgamakw Dzawada‘enuxw First Nation, off the central coast of British Columbia.
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A colony of Steller sea lions sunning themselves off the rugged coast of the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia.
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A grizzly bear in the Great Bear Rainforest along the central coast of British Columbia.

Promotional Materials

Team


Robert Moberg
Director
Biography
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Robert Moberg

Robert Moberg is a filmmaker, wildlife photographer, licensed pilot and lifelong outdoorsman whose previous films include Bighorns at the Junction (2015) and Giants Among Us: Rick Hansen and the Great White Sturgeon (2017), both of which were acquired by CBC’s documentary Channel. Robert lives just outside of Williams Lake in the Central Cariboo region of British Columbia.


Selwyn Jacob
Producer
Biography
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Selwyn Jacob

Selwyn Jacob joined the National Film Board’s BC & Yukon Studio in 1997 and has gone on to produce nearly 50 NFB films. His many credits include Crazywater, directed by Inuvialuit filmmaker Dennis Allen; Hue: A Matter of Colour, directed by Vic Sarin; Mighty Jerome, written and directed by Charles Officer; and the digital interactive app Circa 1948, by Vancouver artist Stan Douglas. Jacob’s most recent feature documentary credits include Mina Shum’s Ninth Floor, about the infamous Sir George Williams Riot of 1969 that was selected to TIFF’s 2015 annual top ten list of best Canadian films, and Baljit Sangra’s Because We Are Girls, exploring the impact of sexual abuse on a conservative Indo-Canadian family living in small-town British Columbia.


Teri Snelgrove
Associate Producer
Biography
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Teri Snelgrove

Teri Snelgrove is the Associate Producer at the National Film Board of Canada’s BC & Yukon Studio, where she’s worked on acclaimed documentaries such as Highway to Heaven (Sandra Ignagni), Because We Are Girls (Baljit Sangra), The Road Forward (Marie Clements), Debris (John Bolton), and Beauty (Christina Willings), as well as the interactive project Bread (Mariette Sluyter). She’s also worked on several animated films, including The Mountain of SGaana (Christopher Auchter), Shop Class (Hart Snider), and The Zoo (Julia Kwan). Teri is a Newfoundlander and a graduate of the film/video program at the Emily Carr Institute (now University).

Credits

Written and Directed by
ROBERT MOBERG

Producer
SELWYN JACOB

Featuring
ROBERT MOBERG
MIKE WILLIE
with
TERRY NASUSZNY
PATRICIA MOBERG

Filmed on the ancestral territories of the
Musgamakw Dzawada’enuxw,
Kwakwaka’wakw
and Secwépemc First Nations

Associate Producer
TERI SNELGROVE

Director of Photography
VINCE ARVIDSON

Editor
JESSICA DYMOND

Composer
GENEVIEVE VINCENT

Production Supervisor
JENNIFER ROWORTH

Sound Recordist
RAMSAY BOURQUIN
DAVID PULLMER

First Assistant  Camera
PAUL DOMBROVSKIS

Production Coordinator
KRISTYN STILLING

Technical Coordinator
WES MACHNIKOWSKI

Colourist
LORNE WRIGHT

Sound Designer
EVA MADDEN

Re-Recording Mixer
CHRIS MCINTOSH
vfx
BUN LEE

Animation
KRISTEN CAMPBELL

Thanks to
THE MOBERG FAMILY
VANESSA MOBERG
BRAD O’NEILL
SEA WOLF ADVENTURES

Archival
Robert Moberg
CBC Licensing

Locations
Port McNeill
Alert Bay
Gilford Island
Great Bear Rainforest – Bond Sound
Williams Lake

Marketing Manager
KAY LEUNG

Publicist
KATJA DE BOCK

Studio Administrator
CARLA JONES

Executive Producer
SHIRLEY VERCRUYSSE

Executive Director, English Program
MICHELLE VAN BEUSEKOM

 

 

 



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