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Noise and Wild Sound

A team of young documentarians travel from Canada to Tanzania to explore cultural traditions and histories. While there, they learn about themselves as well as realize their appreciation for the diversity of their world and how that diversity is reflected by Canada.

  • Carter Thurber
    Time of a Bottle (Nova Scotia Recycling Film Competition), Take a Cab Next Time (Viewfinders AFF 2014)
  • Carter Thurber
  • Erica Meus-Saunders
  • Courtney Bolivar
  • Margaret MacDonald
    Sound Recording
  • Breagh Jenkins
    Sound Recording
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Inspirational, Personal, Culture
  • Runtime:
    6 minutes 52 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 27, 2017
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    Tanzania, United Republic of
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Director Biography - Carter Thurber

Carter is a young Nova Scotian filmmaker capturing stories from his creative mind as well as the world he explores around him.

Carter has studied filmmaking at Nova Scotia Community College, placed in multiple youth film festivals including the Viewfinder's Atlantic Film Festival, and has completed commissioned work for his local municipality.

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Director Statement

Noise and Wild Sound is a personal film about being overwhelmed and exploring creative outlets for these feelings. It is about how good it is to drown out some of the "Noise" of one's daily life.

It is also about a filmmaker's exploration and understanding of culture and the realization of how much he loves his home country of Canada.