Hudson River Wild

The Hudson River is about 500km long and rises at Mount Marcy, the highest mountain in New York State. It runs through one of the largest national parks in the USA, the Adirondacks, until it finally flows into the Atlantic Ocean in the metropolis of New York City. Thousands of acres of untamed habitat, forests, sandbars, marshes, waterfalls and lakes provide shelter for countless species of wildlife.

Director: John Dutton

John Dutton is a cosmopolitan freelance filmmaker based in Los Angeles and Vienna, Austria. Over the past two decades he has worked as a Director, Writer, Producer, Cameraman, and Editor on a diverse array of projects that have taken him from the red carpets of Hollywood to the remote beaches of Indonesia and the Solomon Islands. After receiving his first credit as a cameraman on the BBC's Dragons Alive series (2004), he began writing and directing natural history television programs for major European television production companies and creating science, nature and conservation documentaries for government and non-government agencies.

52 Min.
Director: John Dutton
Script: John Dutton
Cinematography: Jacob Steinberg
Editing: Sonja Lesowsky
Music: Valentin Milan Grbić
Narrator: Josh Goodman
Producer: Skyland Productions, Ranfilm
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