No Tankers. No Enbridge

Buy a 4-film DVD today, featuring Tipping Barrels, Cetaceans of the Great Bear Rainforest, spOIL and Oil in Eden.

'Tipping Barrels - Journey into the Great Bear'

'Tipping Barrels' is a unique combination of surfing and environmental journalism that follows surfers Arran and Reid Jackson on a trip onto the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest, where they learn more about the region and the issues confronting it. Stunning visual imagery and photography.

Directed by - Ben Gulliver
Produced by - Rene Gauthier and Michael Reid
Filmed by - Ben Gulliver and Ian McAllister

 In association with Sitka


Cetaceans of the Great Bear Rainforest

A beautiful short animation focusing on the whales of the Great Bear Rainforest. Produced by Picture Cloud film & animation of Victoria B.C. this visually stunning and thought provoking animation explores the dire threats facing whales by acoustic ship pollution.

The return of humpback and other species of cetaceans to the waters of the Great Bear Rainforest is a welcome event since the dark days when whale killing ships traveled our waters. But this may be short lived if oil tankers begin moving Alberta tar sands crude through the Great Bear's fragile waters.


Awards in 2011

Best Film on Mountain Environment - Banff Mountain Film Festival
'Best Environmental Film'
- Vancouver Mountain Film Festival

'Best Environmental Preservation Feature' - The Artivist Film Festival

'Best Human Interest' - Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival
'Best Environmental Film', 'Best Photography', Merit Award for Musical Selection'
- CINE International Film Festival

Watch this new film about the Great Bear Rainforest RAVE and Enbridge's plans to build a pipeline to B.C.'s northern coast.
  For more detailed information visit The Great Bear RAVE section.

OIL in EDEN-16 min documentary

Watch OIL IN EDEN, produced by Damien Gillis for Pacific Wild, on the battle to stop the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline from the Alberta Tar Sands, and the associated oil supertankers that would gravely threaten B.C.'s spectacular coast.

Purchase spOIL, Cetaceans and Oil in Eden on one DVD - $20


A film based on Norm Hann's 400km standup paddleboard expedition along the proposed north coast oil tanker route in British Columbia. The goal of the expedition was to bring awareness to the traditional food harvesting areas of the First Nations and the incredible marine ecosystems of the Greatbear Rainforest.

The Pipedreams Project

In the fall of 2010, three kayakers paddled the length of B.C.'s pristine coast to connect and engage citizens about the risks posed by the proposed Enbridge Noorthern Gateway pipeline.

Awards in 2012

Best Environmental Film - Reel Paddling Film Festival
People's Choice Award & Grand Prize - Mountain Roots Festival Revelstoke
Official Selection - Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival

Best Experimental Film - Oregon Film festival

Go to The Pipedreams Project website

On The Line

Directed by - Frank Wolf
Animation - Nat Dart
Music - Grant Baldwin

An eco-adventure documentary like no other. Follow Frank Wolf and Todd McGowan on a 2,400 km journey by foot, bike, raft and kayak as they seek to uncover the truth about Enbridge Inc.'s  proposed 5.5 billion dollar Northern Gateway pipeline. They are on a fact finding mission that takes a look at the pipeline from the perspective of the people who live along the proposed route. On the Line has been 'Officially Selected' at many prominent film festivals across North America.

WATCH THE FULL-LENGTH FILM                                              Awards in 2011

Go to ON The Line website                             Winner Audience Award - Skeena Wild Film Festival


 Purchase spOIL, Cetaceans and Oil in Eden
on one DVD - $20

We are the Sea

In June 2012, a group of Quest University students travelled to the Great Bear Rainforest, through BC’s Inside Passage and arrived in the remote First Nations community of Hartley Bay. Here, they learned firsthand about the potential impacts of the Northern Gateway Pipeline proposal on Gitga’at culture and traditions. Quest students, along with youth from the Hartley Bay Secondary School, joined together on a once in a lifetime journey through the pristine waters of BC’s temperate rainforest. Together they paddled from Hartley Bay to the Gitga’at’s spring-harvest camp in Kiel. They journeyed through a portion of the proposed tanker route for the Northern Gateway project, the same area where the ferry Queen of the North sank in 2006. Through this life-changing experience, participants bared witness to the unparalleled natural abundance of the Great Bear Rainforest. This documentary film provides a platform for youth to speak out and express their perspectives and opinions of the pipeline proposal, while celebrating land, culture, and to promoting a more sustainable future.

All Photography © Ian McAllister unless otherwise noted.
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