Running Time: 25 minutes
Teresa Marshall, Craig Berggold
- Silver Award, Houston International Film Festival.
- Finalist Merit Award for Conservation Effort
- International Wildlife Film Festival
Pocket Desert is an excellent video about the conflict between development and wildlife.
Every outlaw needs an enemy, and for a young girl growing up on a ranch in the last corner
of the Canadian wild west, the rattlesnake takes center stage as the perfect demon for her
As settlers' dreams of creating an agricultural
Eden erase fragile desert lands that support a breathtaking array
of wild species, the narrator and her snake-hunting neighbors are
forced to examine their environmental attitudes. Superb wildlife
cinematography and rare archival film clips combine with dramatic
personal stories in this compelling documentary.