April 9, 2012

SandBoxBlogs: Aspen Times/Paul Anderson "Children of the river"

Wonderful column from Paul Anderson this week.  Up on the Aspen Times.

Paul Anderson:
"Weston Boyles grew up on the banks of the Roaring Fork River. His family home is on a river bend east of Aspen, where kayaks are stacked like cordwood within a stone's throw of the water. Weston has known the pulse of the river for all his 25 years.

Taking a cue from his father, Edgar Boyles, a cameraman and filmmaker who often works in collaboration with his wife, Elizabeth, Weston has explored contemporary issues through the camera lens, first his father's and now his own.

At 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Weston Boyles' film documentary will debut during the Aspen Shortsfest at the Wheeler Opera House. His poignant topic is the plight of a besieged river — not the Roaring Fork but the Baker River in the Patagonia region of Chile..."  (Read more?  Click title)

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