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Take a remarkable three-hour train journey on TVO Original documentary.

Watch it on TVO YouTube

WEBISODES

Learn more about some of the interesting people, places, history and challenges through three mini webisodes.  These webisodes will be available on
April 7, 2023

The BUDD Cars 

Conservation biologist Esme Batten studies and photographs the Saugeen/Bruce Peninsula’s flora and fauna, working to preserve this unique landscape that includes ancient cedars, rare lichen, caves, and two-thirds of all orchid species found in Ontario.

 

Chapleau Game Preserve 

Stretching like a finger nearly 100 km into Lake Huron, the Saugeen/Bruce Peninsula is an important resting place for migratory birds.  Follow the work of Dr. Stéphane Menu at the bird observatory on the peninsula’s northern tip. 

Director's Cut - The Heli Shot

Stretching from Niagara to Tobermory, the 900 km Bruce Trail is Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath.  It takes over 1,400 volunteers, armed with marking paint, garbage bags and saws to maintain the trail. 

BEHIND THE SCENES

A lot of work goes into making documentaries. Check back once a week for a new behind the scenes video.  

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THE CREW

 

It takes a fair size crew to put together a project like this.  Here are some of our key people. 

 

Mitch Azaria – Executive Producer

As the Executive Producer of Good Earth Productions, Mitch has overseen over 200 hours of factual production.  He has been honoured with a Hot Doc award and seven Gemini nominations.

Andrea Minty – Producer & Writer

Andrea is responsible for all of the production logistics and budgets.  She has managed all finance, administration, legal & business affairs for over 150 television documentaries.

John Morrison –Director

John had the task of working out all of the field logistics.  He is an award -winning documentarian.  He was also the Director of “Daily Planet” on The Discovery Channel for nearly two decades. 

Peter Warren – Director of Photography

Peter is an award -winning cinematographer. He set the visual approach for the documentary and was also our primary Drone pilot and operator

 

Design and Animation

Mark xxxxx and Matt xxxxxx created the innovative animations that appear in the program. They brought history to life for TRIPPING Train 185 using Cinema 4D and 3DS Max. 

 

Matt West – Behind the Scenes 

Matt captured the behind the scenes footage from TRIPPING Train 185. He then edited and produced the mini online documentaries.

 

TVO –  Broadcaster

TVO's Jane Jankovic and Linda Fong gave us great editorial advice throughout the process. From the big decisions on which location to choose to the minutia of font and writing style, they were instrumental in producing the documentary.

Webisodes - Jeff Semple

Seasoned documentarian Jeff produced the three webisodes that accompany the broadcast documentary. This content will be available online.

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