Rainforest film available here on CD

Award-winning documentary highlights logging destruction

Richard Boyce wants to make sure anyone who wants to watch his award-winning documentary, Rainforest, the Limit of Splendour, can do so.

To this end, the Errington filmmaker has produced the film on DVD, which is available for $20 each.

The film was named the best mountain culture film at the 2011 Whistler Film Festival and also received rave reviews at both the Montreal and Vancouver International Film Festivals.

The documentary explores the impacts of the logging industry on Vancouver Island and includes some stunning — and some disturbing — visuals that are sure to leave an impression.

The DVDs are available at the Errington Post Office, Creekmore Coffee in Coombs, Naked Naturals in Parksville and Qualicum Beach, the Craig Street Laundromat and Cha Ch’a Java on Weld Street in Parksville.

For more information visit http://rainforestmovie.ca.


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