Private Project

The Peel Project

Six Artists paddle into the Arctic - A story of Art, Adventure and Canadian Wilderness.

In jeopardy of development, The Peel Project highlights the landscape, culture and wildlife of the Peel River Watershed, and explores the limits of art and creation in one of the last intact river systems left in North America.

  • Calder Cheverie
  • Anthony Wallace
  • Calder Cheverie
  • Anthony Wallace
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    Environmental, Adventure, First Nations
  • Runtime:
    1 hour 7 minutes 24 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 14, 2016
  • Production Budget:
    44,000 USD
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Director Biography - Calder Cheverie, Anthony Wallace

Calder Cheverie & Anthony Wallace

Calder Cheverie is the Director of The Canadian Wilderness Artist Residency and co-founder of the Vancouver Outdoor School. He has been an outdoor educator and wilderness guide for 12 years, designing and leading programs for schools, outdoor centres and youth summer camps in Ontario, Alberta, BC and the Yukon. He currently lives in Vancouver and works with schools to help increase the role nature and environmental studies play in provincial curriculum.

Anthony Wallace is the co-director of this project. He is a composer, film maker the founder of Studio 110 based in Toronto.

His musical pursuits have taken him on adventures in West Africa where he studied hand percussion and drum construction, to the Yukon and the Arctic Circle making installations in canyons and all the way to Barbados to produce house dance music.

Anthony has worked on numerous feature and television documentaries for CBC, APTN, Vision TV in different production roles, but The Peel Project marks his directorial debut.

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