Last call for the bayou. Episode 1: The duck queen of Placequemines Parish / an Encompass films production ; in association with Sitka Gear ; produced by Nadia Gill ; directed by Dominic Gill.
- Physical Description: 1 videodisc (NTSC, 51 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Portland, OR] : Collective Eye Films, 
Title from container.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:||
Director of photography Dominic Gill ; drone cinematography Johnny Beavers ; editors Dominic Gil, Adam Tiller ; music by Acoustic Labs ; performed by G.C. Johnson.
"Last Call for the Bayou is a 5 part series that looks at what it is like to confront the reality of climate change today. The Mississippi Delta is the fastest disappearing land on the planet, presently. It is losing a football field an hour of land either through subidence, traumatic loss via storms, wetland erosion or sea level rise. There are many factors which contribute to the loss almost all of which are the result of societal decisions. Whether it is the oil and gas extraction, the over engineering of our greatest river, or our total carbon output -- Louisiana's wetlands are the canary in a coal mine for the land loss that will be experienced in coastal communities world wide." -- From container.
|System Details Note:||
DVD-video, all regions, widescreen (aspect ratio 16:9).
English soundtrack, with optional English subtitles.
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