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Backyard Wilderness (2018)

This large format digital film follows the daily dramas of common animals - like the turtle, heron, frog, raccoon and dragonfly - juxtaposed with the activities of nearby humans more ... See full summary »

Directors:

Susan Todd, Andrew Young
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2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Katherine van Hengel ... Driver
Bobby Axelrod Bobby Axelrod ... Ben
Orlyne Garcia Orlyne Garcia ... Maria
Andrew Young ... Dad
Christian Ryan ... Dad (voice)
Susan Todd ... Mom
Caleigh Barker Caleigh Barker ... Narrator (Older Katie)
Tanner Lamanuzzi Tanner Lamanuzzi ... Classmate 1
Annie Fabian Annie Fabian ... Katie
Cheri Lynne Cheri Lynne ... Mom (voice)
Katherine LaFountain ... Classmate 2
Khadia Abam-Depass Khadia Abam-Depass ... Classmate 3
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Storyline

This large format digital film follows the daily dramas of common animals - like the turtle, heron, frog, raccoon and dragonfly - juxtaposed with the activities of nearby humans more concerned with their computer screens, mobile devices, and the endless pursuit of money and status. The film will tell the story of our disconnect with nature, with the aim of inspiring a new and transformative connection. Written by Anonymous

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WiFi is not the only connection that matters.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Pondemonium See more »

Filming Locations:

Croton-on-Hudson, New York, USA

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Budget:

$3,500,000 (estimated)
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Color (4K)| Color (ACES)
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Trivia

The raccoon in this film is the same raccoon as the raccoon in Over the Hedge. See more »

Soundtracks

Into The Light
Written by Gil Talmi and Andrew Gross
Performed by Devyn Valerie
Courtesy of Konsonant Records
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A masterpiece.
30 April 2019 | by ChafafaSee all my reviews

This IMAX movie provides an astonishing glimpse into the natural world that lives just outside of our cities. The camera work is stunning. The tale is beautiful. This is an inspiring must-see for people of all ages who care to see up-close some of our planet's brilliant biological diversity. I've seen many nature films; this is, by far, the greatest.


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