Mother Earth is a short film featuring British Columbia’s First Nations and the local mountain biking community.
Narrated by Daniel Wells, a member of Lil’wat First Nation, the film is talking about the deep connection both groups have with nature and the necessity to listen and protect their environment. From open meadows to ancient forests, we discover stunning landscapes that British Columbia has to offer through the riding of professional rider William Robert.
This short film is featuring British Columbia’s First Nations Alex and Daniel Wells. Member of Lil’wat First Nation. Alex Wells is x3 times world champion hoop dancer. Jenice Wells, Daniel’s wife, is also performing Women’s traditional dancing. They perform Fancy, Traditional and Hoop dancing all around the world. They are music artists as well. They composed and performed the music from this film. In this film, we discover the stunning landscapes from where they are from.
Music : Daniel, Alex & Jenice Wells – Ted Napoleon / Lil’wat First Nation
We imagined, produced, filmed, and edited this film for the Dirt Diaries.
A film competition that takes place every summer during the crankworx festival in Whistler, Canada. We won the 1st place with this film.
You can watch the film in the player above.