Green Feathers is seeking visual content…
Green Feathers is seeking additional images to add to the remarkable history of Native American logging in the Pacific Northwest.
If you have *vintage photos of the timber industry in the Pacific Northwest, especially of Native American logging, we would like to consider them for inclusion in our documentary.
If your images are selected, you or your family will receive a contributor credit.
Please contact us to learn more about how you can be a contributor to Green Feathers and for information on how to submit your images.
*Images must be submitted in digital format.
Location photos in Oregon’s ancient forests…
Randolph Sellars, Director of Photography, and B-camera operator Kenny Allen set up a shot.
Producer, writer and director, Tanner Givnan, Randolph Sellars, and Kenny Allen collaborate to get the perfect shot.
Tanner, Randolph, and Kenny set up a shot in front of one of Oregon’s ancient trees.
Beldon Jeffers, a member of the Jeffers logging family,
with Tanner Givnan.
Venus Braning, co-producer, enjoys the scenery during a break while on location.
Julie Brown, Cultural Interpretive Specialist for the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, is beyond passionate about the project.
If that thermos could talk, what stories it could tell!
Green Feathers is a sponsored project of Film Action Oregon,
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