Lost Coast

There is a new trailer up for a movie whose crowdfunding efforts I contributed to some time ago. It’s called Lost Coast and it looks intriguing.

Looks hypnotic, doesn’t it? I really don’t even know what it’s “about” for sure, but I don’t care. I love that stretch of coastline, Northern California all the way up into the Pacific Northwest, and I could stare at images of it for hours on end; next best thing to being there, really. I’ve been dying to get out to that coast lately. Watching this trailer and hearing the waves battering the shoreline, I can almost smell it. It wouldn’t take much urging for me to get in my car right now and drive out to the Oregon or Washington coast.

I own two previous movies that Slowboat Films have made — The Folk Singer and The Kingdom of Survival — and I enjoy them both. Most of all though I love that filmmakers like Slowboat exist, and that there is a way for them to get their films out into the world. These are people I’d like to sit in a grubby bar with and talk rabble rousing. . . .

 

Author: Chris

Chris La Tray is a writer, a walker, and a photographer. He is an enrolled member of the Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians and lives in Missoula, MT.

2 thoughts on “Lost Coast”

  1. “Man’s empire ends at the waterline.” OK, now it’s scary. 🙂
    I too love the ocean. Being there, for me, is akin to camping out under an open sky. Great stuff for egos.

    1. I’m well overdue spending some time on the beach. May have to go to Florida for work yet before year’s end, which isn’t quite the same, but I intend to make the most of it.

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